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Ask A Vet: Why Is My Cat Always Licking Me?

We see mother cats grooming their babies and all cats grooming themselves. We know that licking is the way that cats care for their coats, and even though we don’t have fur, our cats lick us, too! Cats groom themselves and their kittens for hygiene and hea...

10 Reasons Cats Don’t Like Drinking Out Of Water Bowls

Have you ever wondered why your cat prefers to drink from a dripping faucet rather than her water bowl? It turns out there are many good reasons associated with their wild history that might make cats prefer running water. From Vet Street and Pet Barn, here ...

Ask A Vet: What Is The Real Reason That Cats Knead?

You have your cat on your lap and he is purring with his paws on your thigh. He is rubbing on you w...

Ask A Vet: Why Does My Cat Trill?

Cats can communicate verbally in many ways. They can meow, purr, chatter and trill.  Cats have voc...

From The Vet: 5 Ways Your Cat Communicates With You

People that live with cats can easily understand certain things that they are trying to tell us. W...

Kitty Stumbles On His Meows As He Watches The Birdies From The Window

Cats aren’t known for being the most communicative of animals to the general population, but ...

5 Things Your Cats Wish They Could Tell You

There is a large amount of data regarding canine behavior, emotion, communication, etc., but far le...

5 Cat Breeds That Love To Chat

Cats are all individuals with their own quirks and personalities. Some are more vocal than others, ...

Ask A Vet: Why Does My Cat Play With Her Food?

Cats came to be a part of our world because of their hunting skills. Humans prized early cats for th...

Ask A Vet: Why Does My Cat Seem Most Active At Night?

Have you ever noticed that you and your cat do not run on exactly the same schedule?  For those of ...