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Behavior Why Do Cats Hiss?

Why Do Cats Hiss?

All cat owners have experienced the hiss of their cat at some point (probably more than once). Hissing is a defensive position. Fear is a common reason that cats hiss, but it’s not the only one. Read on to find out how and why cats hiss and what you should do when they hiss at …

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Behavior Why Do Cats Put Their Butts in Our Faces?

Why Do Cats Put Their Butts in Our Faces?

If you have a cat, then hopefully you’ve been fortunate enough to experience your cat putting its butt in your face. This definitely isn’t how humans show affection to other humans, but oddly enough, showing their butts is how cats communicate that they love you!  So, what does it mean when your cat shows you …

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Behavior Why Do Indoor Cats Live Longer Than Outdoor Cats?

Why Do Indoor Cats Live Longer Than Outdoor Cats?

You have probably heard that indoor cats tend to live longer than outdoor cats. We can now confirm that this is true (by an alarming number), but did you ever wonder why? Read on to find out some of the reasons why indoor cats live longer than outdoor cats. There isn’t just one reason why …

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Behavior 13 Common Assumptions That Could Harm Your Cat

13 Common Assumptions That Could Harm Your Cat

As good cat parents, we try to stay educated on what is best for our cats. B ut due to the fact that cats can’t talk, it’s difficult for us to really understand what our cats are going through. This leads us to make assumptions that might actually be harming our cat. We’re taught that …

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Behavior 6 Things You Should Know Before Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

6 Things You Should Know Before Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

We all lead busy lives, and sometimes that keeps us away from home where our cats reside. While cats do value their independence, they shouldn’t extended periods of time. Plan correctly so your cat is safe and comfortable when you’re not around. Read on to find out 6 things you need to know about leaving your …

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Behavior Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

Cats have a strange relationship with grass. They seem so determined to devour it only to throw it up hours later. Cats regurgitate grass because because they do not have the enzymes required to digest it. So why would cats want to eat grass?  As often happens with cat behavior, scientists can’t explain this behavior …

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Behavior 7 Signs Your Cat Needs Help

7 Signs Your Cat Needs Help

Cats have their own special form of communication, but it’s our responsibility as cat owners to learn how they communicate so we can help them when they need it. Unfortunately, sometimes when cats are sick or injured, they withdraw from people and hide. This is why you need to be aware of all the signs …

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Behavior Do Cats Hold Grudges?

Do Cats Hold Grudges?

Each cat has their own personality, and when they’re not happy about something, they let their humans know in their own special way. But do cats hold grudges? Keep reading to find out. If you have ever had a new person move into the home, like a new spouse or a new baby, you may …

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Behavior Why Do Cats Like Boxes?

Why Do Cats Like Boxes?

Anyone who has ever owned a cat knows that all the all the cat toys in the world world don’t compare to greatest toy of all – the cardboard box! But why are cats so enchanted by a mere cardboard box?  Keep reading to discover why cats are obsessed with boxes. 1. Cats Use Boxes For …

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Behavior How to Litter Box Train Your Cat

How to Litter Box Train Your Cat

Litter box training is an important step in your cat’s life, and if you’re lucky, there’s not that much “training” involved. C ats have a natural instinct to use the the litter box; they just need the right encouragement, environment, and time to learn. Teaching a kitten how to use the litter box and teaching …

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