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Why Do Cats Puff Their Tails?

Cats may not speak our language, but they have their own ways of letting people know what they’re feeling. Feline body language gives insight into the emotions and reactions of our pets, and a cat’s tail is their best method of communication. Most...

5 Things You Need To Know About Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

Cats definitely appreciate their independence, but that does not mean they like being left home alone. There is a big difference between napping in a different room and spending hours to days on their own in an empty house. Whether you work long hours or trav...

What’s The Secret Behind Feline Head Butts?

Your cat’s head butts are one of the adorable reasons you love them, but those fuzzy boops do...

The Importance of Scratching

Why Scratching is Vital for Your Cat’s Health and Happiness

Scratching is a normal and necessary behavior for the feline species. Cat people anticipate that the...

The Best And Worst Spots In Your Home For Your Cat’s Litter Box

Certainly cats have preferences about what types of litter and what styles of litter box they prefe...

Here’s What Your Cat’s Tail Is “Saying” To You

We’ve all wished our cats could speak. Most of us probably speak to our cats as if they understan...

Ask A Vet: Why Is My Cat So Reactive When Something Startles Him?

Every cat lover has had it happen. You reach out to touch your cat and seem to startle her and she ...

Ask A Vet: Is There A New Hope For Destructive Clawing?

Claw marking is a standard behavior for most feline species.  The act of scratching is an instinct...

Ask A Vet: What Should I Do If My Cat Is Aggressive Toward A Particular Person?

One of the questions asked by a reader concerned a cat that becomes aggressive to a particular pers...

5 Signs Of An Unhappy Cat

Our cats live with us and make us smile. We want to do the best we can for them, but since they don...

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