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    Why Do Some Cats Like To Perch On Shoulders?

    Cats do lots of cool things. And when they do these cool things we often hope that they make a habit of them. Cats perching on your shoulders is definitely one of those cool things. But not all cats do this, obviously. I’ve had a lot of cats in my day, but none of them […] More

  • Why Does My Cat Always Act Like They’re Hungry?

    Cats are finicky little beings. They will only allow you to pet them when they want—and where they want. Should you want them to come over to you, they are going to come when they want at the pace that they want, too. Really, it’s a cat’s world and we’re just living in it. When […] More

  • What You Need To Know About Your Cat’s Claws

    Cat claws can shred your furniture and turn playtime into a dangerous game, but there’s more to those needle-sharp nails than most people realize. They’re an important part of feline anatomy, and they’re also generally misunderstood. Declawing cats is an unfortunately common practice, and a lot of people see cat claws as nothing more than […] More

  • What Your Cat’s Sleeping Position Is Saying To You

    It’s been said that cat’s spend 70% of their lives asleep. And because of this, it might actually mean that there’s more to it than just sleep. Cats sleep a lot for a few reasons, actually. One of which is because of their high protein diet, they need to sleep so that their bodies can […] More

  • Why Cats Snore And When You Need To Be Concerned

    Forget sleeping like a baby, I wish I could sleep as well as any cat. Our feline friends have the incredible ability to fall asleep just about anywhere, and they always look so content snoozing in their favorite spots. Every now and then, you might even catch your cat snoring. Cats snore just like people […] More

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    Free Feeding Versus Meal Feeding: Is One Method Better For Your Cat?

    Once you find a healthy cat food your cat actually enjoys, you have another big decision to make regarding feline nutrition. You have to decide on a feeding routine that fits both your household’s schedule and your cat’s picky personality. There are two main options to consider: meal feeding and free feeding. To make your […] More

  • Hyperthyroidism In Cats: Important Info For All Cat Owners

    We are our cats protectors as their owners. When something is wrong with them, something is wrong with us. All we want is to see them get better. Did you know that hyperthyroidism in cats in steadily on the rise? You may not have heard of this condition before in our feline friends, but more […] More

  • Why Cats Headbutt, And Should You Headbutt Them Back?

      Does this sound familiar? Your cat jumps into your lap, and instead of getting cozy, she bops her head against your chin, cheek, or forehead. Sometimes she includes a quick rub (doing her best to get fur all in your mouth), and sometimes she hits so hard it actually hurts. The encounter lasts only […] More

  • Beware Of Lily Poisoning—One Bite Could Kill Your Cat

    With 90 different kinds, lilies are one of the most popular household flowers. We adorn our tables with beautiful day lilies for Easter, and trumpet lilies bring bursts of color to outdoor gardens.They’re gorgeous to look at, but these stunning blooms pose a serious risk to all cats. From the pretty petals to the leaves […] More

  • Why Does My Cat Stare At Me?

    Cats are masters at awkward staring. They train their pretty peepers on a favorite person, and it could be several minutes before they blink or look away. It’s like they’re staring into our souls and watching every move we make. It can be heartwarming as well as a little unnerving, but have you ever wondered […] More

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    6 Signs Of Urinary Tract Infections In Cats

    Urinary tract infections in cats are one of the leading reasons why cat moms and dads rush their feline family members to the vet. Urinary disease is excruciatingly painful, and it can lead to several other serious health issues. And while we all want to keep our cats healthy, we have a big problem. Cats […] More

  • The Common Signs Of Respiratory Infections In Cats

    Just like humans, cats can get respiratory infections. The only difference is, they can’t take themselves into the doctor once they realize they are getting sick. This is why they rely on us, their trusted human servants, to know the telltale signs of respiratory infections in cats. No one wants to see their kitty under […] More

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