Cat Chat® Photo Gallery
Stacy's Elvis is overcoming his litter box problems (with a face like that you'd forgive him any mishaps, too!).
This is my listener Gwendolyn in Redondo Beach, Calfiornia
Nadine's darling Pixie in San Diego, California.
Delilah Marie Kendall
Life is a bowl of cherries for Delilah Marie Kendall in Naples, Florida
Pumpkin, the Orange Kitty, adopted by Susan in Westport, Connecticut after her neighbor moved away and left him.
Anne's little beauty Mia is recovering from liver problems - we've got our paws crossed for her!
Jagger & Jules
Stephen and Faith in Temecula, California have two pretty stunning kitty cats, brother and sister Jagger and Jules.
Cara's cutie-pie Jelli, who just kicked kitty cracked and switched to Weruva for a long healthy life
Francine's gorgeous new kitten, Wolfie
Tiffany says THE CAT BIBLE also can be used for a pillow!
Rae's Tedora basking in the afterglow of her first bath.
Kathianne's Siberian kitten Kiska.
Teresa's kitty, Chopin
This is Jaime's gorgeous Smoocher in Honolulu, Hawaii
Frankie & Charlie
Isabella's baby boys, Frankie and Charlie.
Donny & Bella and Cassie
These are 3 of Bart's brood of 6 kitties in Baltimore - Donny & Bella and Cassie (and there are two long-terms foster kitties, too!)
Uncle Flirty & Cozy
Mike's two gorgeous rescued ex-wild cats- Uncle Flirty and Cozy!
Pumpkin, Jolly & Mittens
Dee in Fayetteville North Carolina has a veritable family zoo of animals! These are the kitties Pumpkin, Jolly and Mittens.
This is Tyler, the obviously perfectly behaved kitty of Dr Karen Sueda is the President of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior who shares her wisdom and experiences on the radio shows.
Jasper & Veronica
These are Laura and Jim's gorgeous Ocicats, Jasper with the soulful eyes who is a tripod (lost a front leg to cancer when he was only 2) and Veronica up on the curve of the couch, and the last photo includes Henry, who is waiting his chance at the Halo Liv-a-Littles!
Shelley's Beautiful Boy BJ in South Lake Tahoe, California — she helped deliver him and they've been best friends for over 16 years!
Lindsy's Litterbox Tunnel
Photo #1 of 3: The view from the bathroom where the cat enters into the litterbox tunnel.
Photo #2 of 3: The cabinet containing the litterbox, on my back porch. (Could be in a garage, or anywhere...this just worked for me and my partoicular house.)
Photo #3 of 3: The cabinet open for cleaning. I also store catfood underneath. The cabinet is airtight and maintains air-conditioning or (in the rare times I usse it in Florida) heat so it's the same for the cat as pooping anywhere else indoors. The carpenter and I made a decision at the time that cats would be more comfortable stepping down into a box than having to clamber over the lid. The kittens already prefer it to the Booda Dome I put in the guest bathroom for them.
Linus & Lucy
Kate's kitties Linus and Lucy in East Haddam CT.
On Cat Chat® I asked who clips their long-haired cats or dogs and Annalisa shared photos of the haircuts she gets for her beautiful ex-long-haired kitty Kitta.
Here is Marth Long's oldest kitty —she's 21 or maybe 23 years old... Mittens, or Mitz as they call her. Since Martha is a devoted CAT CHAT® listener, this lovely old kitty is totally on wet cat food and "gets an occasional lick or two of milk... sleeps a lot but still very feisty!"
Gina's Gorgeous Italian Greyhound Guido, and her wonderful kitty cat Monk, who is off all kitty crack (and much improved since cutting out that dry food) and now feasts on Soulistic food made by Weruva for Petco.
Rick's fine feline friend Merlyn, seen from another perspective.
Samson & Didi
Jackie's cats: Samson is the shorthair and Didi the diva, is the longhair.
Samson & Delilah Follow Tracie's Advice
I want to thank you so much for all the things I have learned listening to you. My beloved cat Scooter (see below) died October 8, 2008. He was 17 yrs old. I bottle fed him from 2 days old. He was from a feral litter and had been left behind when the cats moved the litter. I found him and being a nurse took him and raised him. He died of lymphoma three months after a rabies shot. He was a kitty crack cat. I know now! I wonder if I had known what I know now, he might have lived longer. He was a handsome boy.
In February of 2009 we adopted Samson and Delilah. They were young feral cats that had been rescued and were at our Vet's office and up for adoption. They love each other so they had to be adopted together! They had only wet food from day one and they are thriving. Samson is the shorthair and Didi our diva, is the longhair. Samson tamed quickly, but Didi took 6 months to realize she had it good.
I spread the word to everyone who will listen about wet food and over vaccination. Samson and Didi had all their first shots before I got them. The only thing since was a required rabies booster at 1 yr since they had not been previously vaccinated. I refused the other recommended vaccines as they are both indoor only cats and we don't plan to adopt any more cats. When my vet saw them 9 months later at their annual exam, she remarked how well muscled they were. Didi feels like silk and Samson feels like velvet.
I love listening to you on Sirius radio. The pics I am sending are one of Scooter, and one of Samson and Delilah, and one of Delilah watching Cats 101 on Animal Planet. She turned around to her good side when she heard the camera!
From Jackie: My beloved cat Scooter died October 8, 2008. He was 17 yrs old. I bottle fed him from 2 days old. He was from a feral litter and had been left behind when the cats moved the litter. I found him and being a nurse took him and raised him. He died of lymphoma three months after a rabies shot. He was a kitty crack cat. I know now! I wonder if I had known what I know now, he might have lived longer. He was a handsome boy.
Gracie & Moses
Gracie from University Center, MI...
...and Moses, known as Moe, who lives with Gracie and Tammy.
Zyma & zMuddy
Jennifer's babies Zyma and zMuddy rare very literate.
Steph's Angel Annie, in the holiday spirit.
Jennifer's little darling Houdini, who fell asleep while watching a boring TV show .
Dr. Patty Olson is the head of the Morris Animal Foundation that does all the brilliant scientific studies - and this is Henry, whom she rightly thinks is pretty wonderful.
Michelle's Milo asked "Does this basket make me look fat?"
McSorley's Ale House Cat
Neil Golub, a Top Cat at Martha's Channel of SiriusXM satellite radio (where CAT CHAT® broadcasts) took this enchanting series of photos of the cat at McSorley's Ale House in NYC.
Achates & Zosimos
Brent & Tammi's very patient pussycats, Achates & Zosimos.
Toby and Putt Putt
This is Connie's gorgeous kitty Toby, and his Chihuahua, Putt Putt in Arizona.
Sharon's cat Snobby, whom she lost to cancer at 14 years old and who she'll never forget.
Murray, over the Rainbow Bridge too soon.
Zulu & Zealous (In Memoriam)
Zulu was adotped as a senior kitty by Jennifer - who lost her only a fe years later at 12 years old. Jennifer's lovely pussycat Zealous — best friend of Zulu — went over the Rainbow Bridge at age 15.
Zara, Zyma, Zofie, Zmuddy & Zinfadel
Jennifer's crew in Florida: Zara, Zyma, Zofie and Zmuddy and their little friend the albino mouse, Zinfandel.
Jade & Jasper
Listener from the Farthest Away
Fiona, from Aberdeen, Scotland
Fiona is also the Official Cat Chat Ambassador to Great Britain because of her diplomatic efforts to get more Cat Chat listeners and also keep us abreast of developments in the English parliament to further regulate dry cat food as a a detrimental product.
Kitties for Kiddies
It's great to have kids call in to Cat Chat, the next generation of caring and conscious cat lovers.
Jack in Kentucky is the youngest boy who has called in about his cats - he was worried about 3-year-old Sweetie throwing up and went right to tell his mother about switching to canned food. And her housemate Scooter will benefit too. Good for you, Jack!
JACKIE from Sacramento, California has the distinction of being the very First Kid Caller to Cat chat. She is 13 years old and is nurturing two previously-feral kittens, Annie and Dazzle.
RACHEL from Shoreham, New York is currently Cat Chat's Youngest Kid Caller, at 10 years old. Her cat, Hunter, steals her Barbie's clothes and runs all over the house with them.
Tracie welcomes any and all questions about cats AND dogs on both her live radio shows. Call Wednesdays 8-9 PM (EST) to CAT CHAT 866-675-6675. (You don't need to have Sirius to call in!)