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Why Cats Put Their Butts In Our Faces

Cats primarily communicate with one another using body language. They are far more vocal in the presence of humans, but they still utilize many of the same physical cues to express their feelings to us. Having a feline posterior directed at your face may not s...

5 Things Your Cats Wish They Could Tell You

There is a large amount of data regarding canine behavior, emotion, communication, etc., but far less information exists for cats. According to scientists, that’s because cats are really hard to study! While dogs aim to please, cats follow their own age...

Here’s What Your Cat Is Trying To Tell You

When dog people argue the benefits of having a canine instead of a feline, certain points inevitabl...

5 Reasons You Should Talk To Your Cat

People who aren’t big fans of cats sometimes try to make us feel silly about talking to our f...