Is there a typical cat person or snake owner? The jury is still out
Clues to reading feline body language
Is animal-assisted therapy the cat's meow or a red herring?
The answer could well be “no”
You can help to advance studies of dog behavior
Canines have an innate sense of ethics
Cancer studies in dogs can offer unique help in the fight against human malignancies while also improving care for our pets
A cat expert fields a host of questions from cat owners
In many, but not all, cats, the plant trips a brain switch
An old gene mutation is at fault
The real question is, why don’t humans have one, too?
Strategies that prevent pregnancy without requiring surgery could improve the health of free-living cats
Toxoplasma gondii, an insidious and common parasite spread by cats, controls its rodent host's brain—and may be manipulating our own behavior as well
New research reveals that animals interact in surprisingly sophisticated ways
- From the Editor