Why Is My Cat Hiding?

Cats love to hide in things like cardboard boxes and paper grocery bags. Your cat may even enjoy hunkering down under a coffee table or chair. Why do cats like to hide so much and how can you provide safe spaces for your cat to hide in? Why Do Cats…

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7 Places Where Cats Like to Be Pet

If you love cats, then you probably enjoy petting them. Many cats love to be pet and will seek it out. Others are reluctant to be touched at all. Most cats enjoy some petting as long as it's on their own terms. Although no two cats are exactly alike, there…

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Why Cats Like Being Pet

Many cats enjoy the feeling of being pet by people, a fact that pleases cat lovers everywhere. It is well known that petting cats can reduce stress and even lower blood pressure in humans, and it may also reduce stress in some cats. Of course, some cats dislike petting and…

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How To Solve Cat Litter Box Behavioral Issues

You love your cats, but you don’t like it when they pee or poop outside the litter box. Behavioral problems relating to the litter box are very common in cats. Fortunately, there are ways to solve these litter box behavioral issues and prevent them from happening in the future.  Common…

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Why Do Cats Knock Things Over?

Cats have a reputation for knocking things off counters and shelves. In fact, a quick search online will bring up many a video and comicstrip about cats breaking things by doing exactly this. This can be frustrating for any cat owner. Why do cats insist on breaking our knickknacks? Well,…

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Cat Behavior Myths Decoded

Cats are one of the most popular pets yet they are often misunderstood. This is, in part, due to the many myths and stereotypes that are commonly shared about cats. It's time to separate fact from fiction by dispelling four common myths about cats. Myth: Cats Can’t Be Trained There…

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How to Solve Behavior Problems in Cats

Like humans, cats experience fear, pleasure, hunger, anxiety, frustration, and many other emotions that may affect their behavior. Several common kitty behaviors are seen as undesirable and can affect the quality of life for both owners and their pets. Fortunately, many of these behaviors can be corrected. Why Do Cats Have…

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How to Identify and Solve Attention-Seeking Behavior in Cats

One of the most common complaints about cat behavior is their excessive vocalization: loud meowing or crying, sometimes accompanied by other attention-seeking behavior. Because causes for both of these behaviors can be either physical or emotional, or both, you need to do some homework on possible causes. Sometimes what may…

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Why Cats Groom Themselves So Often

Quite a few pet owners choose cats over dogs because "cats are so clean." And it's true: a normal cat can spend as much as 50% of their waking time grooming itself (or another cat). As a result, cats are typically very clean animals, though in some cases grooming can…

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What Do Cats' Meows Mean?

Cat language is composed of a combination of body postures, scent signals, and vocalizations. Humans are scent-blind compared to cats, and we often overlook tail talk and ear signals that make up the majority of cats' communication. Feline yowls, growls, hisses, and purrs get our undivided attention, especially at 5 a.m. But…

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