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    The Myth Of The Solitary Cat: True Or Busted?

    The solitary cat myth persists despite stories of cats following their humans to the bathroom, pushing their way onto their people’s computers or laps, spooning under the covers at night, snuggling with each other, or grooming their friends. So what’s the deal? Why does it persist, and is it deserved?

    by CatTime
    September 3rd

    Top 6 Cats Breeds That Are Most Friendly Toward Strangers

    If you’re the kind of person who has visitors in your home often, you’ll probably want a cat who’s calm, cool, and friendly with strangers. While almost all cats can be socialized, certain breeds have a natural friendliness to strangers that might help them take to unfamiliar faces with ease.

    by CatTime
    August 5th

    Life Hacks For Cats: 7 Ways To Cat Proof Your Home

    Cat proofing your house can be tricky. Some kittens can get into everything. If you’re bringing home a new cat or kitten make sure you’re ready! Here are seven steps you should take to make your home a little safer and more cat proof!

    by CatTime
    July 22nd

    Is It Dangerous To Let My Cat Lie In The Sun?

    With the summer weather here again, your kitty might be taking full advantage of the sunshine. Longer days means more time to lie in the sunny spots next to the window. But is it safe to let your cat lie in the sun all day?

    by CatTime
    July 9th

    Constipation In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Constipation is a relatively common problem in cats. It is most frequently seen in older cats but can occur at any age. Even though it is common, you should take it seriously if your cat shows symptoms. When cats suffer from constipation, their colons absorb water from the feces stored there. This makes their stools […]

    by CatTime
    July 5th

    Introducing A New Dog To Your Home And Resident Cat

    Despite the cliché about fighting like cats and dogs, it’s perfectly possible for the two species to live happily under one roof. To keep your home a peaceable kingdom, you’ll want to arm yourself with some know-how before introducing a new dog to your resident feline.

    by CatTime
    July 5th

    4th Of July Safety Tips For Cat Owners

    The 4th of July is on the way, and that means backyard barbecues, fireworks, and party guests dressed in red, white, and blue. Unfortunately, it also means dangers for our cats that we need to watch out for. Here are some safety tips.

    by CatTime
    July 4th

    Cat Body Language: What Does That Pose Mean?

    Cats are savvy communicators, using nearly every part of their bodies to “talk.” They express their needs and wants in a variety of ways, especially through their body language. Here are a few things your cat may be trying to communicate to you.

    by Colleen Dougherty
    July 3rd
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