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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Does your cat like to put its toys in her water bowl? This behavior is quite common and cats usually do this during night time while everyone else is asleep or when they are about to eat their meal or drink water. Why do cats put toys in water? Here are the most common reasons
Your cat has made it a routine to slap the spring door stopper every time he wakes up from his mid-morning nap as if he were a boxer training with a speed bag. Every time you bring something new, he makes it a point to paw at each strange object after conquering his initial fear.
Cats sometimes exhibit strange behavior such as rolling around on the ground. Why do cats roll around on concrete? Cats roll around in concrete for the following reasons: Your cat is trying to catch your attention Your cat is marking his territory Your cat is in heat Your cat is trying to cool himself Your
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As a cat owner, it is safe to say that you can sense your cat’s feelings. The look on your cat’s face while she greets you at the door, her body movements as you serve her meal and the tone of her purrs when you cuddle her. But, do cats really feel sadness, happiness, fear
Cats are natural predators and their claws play a vital role when they hunt for prey. They also use them for climbing, to leave their scent, for stretching and to protect themselves from enemies. Sometimes cats can have issues with their claws, including that they may lose the ability to retract their claws. Why won’t
An adult cat has 30 permanent teeth while a kitten has 26 baby teeth. Like people, cats are not born with teeth. The baby or deciduous teeth of kittens begin to erupt between two to four weeks of age, with the premolars (the teeth located at the back of the mouth) being the last to
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If you are a doting pet parent to a cat and dog, lucky you! Cats and dogs can be the best of friends given the right introduction and training. But if they can be best buddies, does this mean they can share their food like treats? Are cat treats bad for dogs? No, cat treats
In a pinch, you can feed your cat dog food. That is better than nothing. Except for a potential tummy upset, you do not have to worry about bad side effects. Take note that cats cannot go without eating for a long period. However, it should be underscored that your cat cannot eat canine food over
Conventional knowledge dictates that the more you eat, the more likely you are to gain weight. And you think the same thing should apply to your cat. But sometimes, things are not that simple. In this type of situation, many factors can come into play. Here is a brief look at these factors and how