The cat stuff section of the site focuses on both serious and fun cat stuff, odd items, and anything else that doesn't quite seem to fit anywhere else.
Let's start with the basics. Here are some tips all new cat owners should know (and some stuff they should get).
Years ago, it was said that the Internet was made up of pictures of peoples' cats. Now, it's said that the Internet is made up of cats.
Either way, the pictures are popular. Cat lovers seem to have an insatiable appetite for pictures and videos of all kinds. Maybe it's years of watching TV and movies. I'm not sure.
In any case, the lolcats meme phenomenon continues to amuse and draw attention.
Some of the best are at icanhascheezburger.
I've always liked cartoons and animated films, and I certainly have my cartoon cat favorites.
I've never really been one to sit down and read the comics, but over the years, some feline stars have caught my attention. Some of them are quite hilarious.
Here are some select cartoon cats, and kitties from the comics.
Here's a review of The Aristocats Special Edition DVD, a Disney classic.
Most people probably think of this as a film for dog lovers, but cat lovers know that the real star of 101 Dalmatians is Sgt. Tibbs, the feline hero. Check out Tibbs in the 101 Dalmatians Special Edition DVD.
CATS the Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is based on T.S. Eliot's 1939 work, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats.
A section on cat stuff would be incomplete without mentioning toys. Laser pointers, mouse-like, and fishing pole toys like Da Bird are often feline fan favorites.
Homemade cat toys like flash lights or rolled up socks often work just as well as the store bought variety, sometimes even better. Just remember to offer a variety of toys since each cat has preferences.
Rotate the toys so your kitty doesn't get bored (old cat toys become new again when revisited after a break from them).
Growing catnip is a good way to keep a supply on hand for refreshing toys and scratching posts.
Cat coloring pages can be both fun and educational. Bring out the creative inner feline in everyone in your family.
Pinky the Cat and her cartoon friends take on serious topics like nuclear war and genetically modified organisms.
House soiling and litter box problems are serious business, and the leading behavioral reason adult cats are given up to shelters. These problems often have an underlying medical cause, and it's important to address them right away.