Even though we know the personality of most cats can be demanding, aloof and more than a bit “me-centric,” we still want to feel, at least on some level, that our beloved kitty actually does view us as more than a feeding-machine. However, winning the affections of a feline is not always the easiest task on the planet. In fact, with some cats, you are going to work for it!
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A scratching post is a must if you have a cat at home. It is essential for healthy and well-adjusted felines. It provides a great outlet for their urge to scratch so their claws stay sharp. It is also a good deterrent to keep the
A cousin to the more popular Russian Blue, the Russian White is a rare, good-looking, friendly, smart and loving cat. Not much sets it apart from the Russian Blue except for the color of their coat. They have a similar temperament and personality. They are
Adopting a cat is not as simple as bringing one home even if it is the first cat to live in your home. But what if you already own two cats and you are now thinking of getting a third one? Instead of being conscious
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You just saw your cat eating with her paws and you do not know how to react. You are not sure if it is something that should be a cause for worry or if your cat is suffering from some kind of behavioral issue. In
Your cat rubs up against your dog to mark it as part of its territory or to identify it as a member of the household. It can also be viewed as a greeting. Cats greet each other by brushing their cheeks together to transfer their
While petting your furry babies, you may be familiar with behaviors such as arching their back and closing their eyes. However, you may also notice that they are shaking their heads after you pet them. Why do cats shake their heads after you pet them?
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When you are force feeding your cat because it is sick and you want to ensure that it is getting its daily nutrition, be sure to know the right time to stop. If your cat is grinding its teeth or vomiting, stop force feeding it.
There are several reasons why your cat may need to eat softened cat food. Your cat may be getting on with their years. A senior cat has probably lost a fair number of teeth and will have a difficult time chewing dry cat food. Softening
Kittens grow up very quickly. Before you know it, they’ll be crawling up and down your furniture like ninjas. Because they mature at such a fast pace, they need to be fed properly to aid their development. A kitten at five weeks old is a