Category: Just For Fun

Amazing Herding Rabbit

We absolutely have to share this, even though there are no cats, and only a walk-on part for the dog! Apparently this Swedish bunny learned how to herd sheep by watching his Border Collie pal. Crazy funny!   Click here…






Awards for Little Big Cat!

I am thrilled to announce that Little Big Cat has just received two awesome awards placing us in the Top 50 and Top 100 Cat Bloggers out of the millions of cat blogs on the internet! We are so honored…






Cat Senses

Science has discovered what many cat-lovers have known for years… most cats depend more on their vision than on their sense of smell! I could have told you that when I brought my freshly-shaved dog home one summer afternoon. My…






The Woman-Cat Bond

You may have heard of the “human-animal bond,” but my colleague and friend Dr. Jane Bicks (who makes Life’s Abundance pet food) just posted a great summary of research on the bond between humans and cats; and more particularly, the…






Catnip Fiends?

Here’s a gaggle of giggles to brighten up your day… some cats who’ve had a little too much of “the ‘nip”! https://www.distractify.com/catnip-junkies-1238334409.html Related PostsSquirt Bottles, Punishment, and Cat Behavior Spaying and Neutering Restful Sleep Redirected Aggression: A Case Study Play…






Funny Vet Stories

A couple of weeks ago, my pal Caroline Golon of Catster.com asked if I had any funny stories from my years as in clinical practice. Oh, yes indeed–and one in particular from the first practice I worked in after vet…






Inbred Cat

  Thanks to Mary Ellen at Angelscribe.com for this inbred — oops I mean in-bread — kitty!






Nora has some competition!

If you haven’t seen Nora the Piano-Playing Cat, you owe it to yourself to check out her videos on YouTube. But now, Nora has some serious competition! Although not a cat, her video challenger definitely has the chops!






The Tail Speaks Louder than Words

By Jackson Galaxy We all wish we could be better cat communicators and know more precisely what our cats are thinking at any given time. Fortunately, we don’t need to be animal psychics to do this. We just need to…