Does Your Older Cat Really Want A Younger Companion?
If it turns out that the only one who will benefit from a new kitten is you, then think long and hard before bringing one into your home.
Speaking Cat: Feline Body Language, Translated
Blinking is just one of the many forms of cat communication. It's like a cat hand shake.
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:
6 Ways To Connect With Your Cat On A Deeper Level
To what extent have you really bonded with that special feline in your life? And how can you strengthen the connection between you and your cat and take it to the next level?
Is My Cat Normal?
That’s a good question. What exactly is “normal?” Chasing air? Hunting plastic bags? Hiding? Fetching?
Anxiety And Compulsive Disorders In Cats
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a behavioral disorder where a cat will engage in repetitive, exaggerated behaviors that are seemingly without purpose.
Cat Vocalizations: What’s On Their Mind?
Cats have a very impressive vocal range that includes purrs, hisses, meows, even chirps.
Did You Know? Amazing Cat Facts
How much does the average cat-owner really know about his feline friend? Check out these amazing cat factoids and see for yourself...
Kittens And What To Expect
There is nothing more fun than life with a kitten. It’s way more entertaining than reality TV and more action-packed than a hockey game.
Cat Urinating Outside Litter Box, Spraying, And Roaming
Cats communicate with each other in various ways. One of the primary ways is through scent. Each cat's urine and feces (stool) has a unique scent, so that when a cat urinates or defecates in a specific location, it is communicating with other cats that may come along later.
Tips For Leaving Your Cat Home Alone
It's true - cats do get separation anxiety, and it can manifest itself via a variety of symptoms, including going outside the litter box, vomiting, and more.
Cat Breeds: Effects On Personality, Behavior, And Health
All cats are unique. Individual personality traits are displayed within a particular breed depending on how the cat is raised and his early socialization.
Causes Of Aggression In Cats
If you understand the source of your cat's aggression, you may be able to make it go away.
Cat Communication And Body Language
Your cat’s ears and whiskers tell a tale, too. They change position depending on his mood. If he is feeling threatened, his ears stand straight up and his whiskers point straight out.
Cat Body Language: Tail Twitching And Chin Rubbing
Learning how to successfully approach a cat depends on her current state of mind; one way to determine how she's feeling is by translating her non-verbal cues.
Help, My Kitten Bites!
Fortunately, there are ways to keep your kitten from sinking her little fangs into your ankles every time you turn away.
Help, My Cats Are Urinating Outside The Litter Box
Litter box issues are probably the number-one reason cats are surrendered to shelters and euthanized. It is also a problem that can be easily fixed with a little understanding of cat behavior, improving litter box management and behavior modification.
The Myth Of The Solitary Cat
Do you believe in the myth? You may want to reconsider.
6 Surprising Causes Of Separation Anxiety In Cats
Is your cat suddenly showing signs of anxiety where there were none before? There are many reasons that a cat can suddenly start feeling anxiety, here are 6.
Why Do Cats Bite?
Finding the cause of biting aggression and treating it promptly is important.