Cat Behavior: Scratching
Scratching is an intrinsic, natural feline behavior. Just like his brothers and sisters in the wild, a domestic cat needs to scratch. Generally, scratching is done to accomplish the following:
The 10 Bodega Cat Commandments
What does it really take to be a professional bodega cat, beyond an ability to nap on various produce and products? Let's break it down with the ten bodega cat commandments.
Is My Cat Normal?
That’s a good question. What exactly is “normal?” Chasing air? Hunting plastic bags? Hiding? Fetching?
Blind Dog And “Seeing Eye” Cat
Terfel’s outlook on life changed drastically the day that his owner, Judy Godfrey-Brown of Holyhead, North Wales, took in a small stray cat.
10 Thrill-Seeking Adventure Cats
Cats might be wonderfully contented creatures who very much embrace that fact that they're engineered to sleep for around 20 hours each day, but that hasn't stopped a rogue band of felines forming their own highly energetic adventure cats movement.
Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet Week
What do pets who suffer from blindness, deafness, and have black fur have in common? They're less likely to be adopted from shelters are considered less adoptable.
Keeping Pets Safe In A Disaster
Wildfires and other natural disasters can occur without warning, forcing thousands to flee their homes. Evacuation procedures have improved in recent years, and more plans are including pets.
Trapped Cat: Shared Fault And Responsibility?
When rescuers arrived at the scene, only the cat’s legs were stuck in the glue. When they covered the cat’s body in a plastic garbage bag and placed it in a carrier to remove it from the site, the sticky substance spread over the rest of its body during transport.