This chapter brings more-than-human thinking together with insights about human–nature relations in cities from conservation, urban ecology and human geography to show how understanding and fostering multispecies encounters are key ways to make cities healthy and more biodiverse places to live. Using examples from gardening and wildlife feeding practices, it illustrates the agencies and vibrancy of non-human species, and how they actively make and remake cities as more-than-human habitat through various entanglements with humans and other non-humans.