If there is something cats love more than anything else, it’s the art of sleeping. A grown-up feline can sleep for anywhere between 12 and 16 hours a day. Regardless of how playful your kitty is, it may sleep all day long, especially during its first several months. Young kittens aged six months or less can […]Continue reading
It’s a popular misconception that all cats hate water. That’s not exactly a myth, but it’s not entirely true either. So what’s the real deal? Are they afraid of it? Why do cats hate water so much that each time you’re trying to bathe your feline furball it raises hell? For starters, not all cats […]Continue reading
As majestic, graceful, and elegant as cats can be, they can also become a menacing pain in your neck. Felines don’t travel in packs, unlike other predators, but they are indeed territorial, mainly within their home environment. Cats are natural hunters with extremely heightened senses, especially when it comes to their eyesight and their olfaction […]Continue reading
Cats are territorial creatures. These domesticated, carnivorous hunters have been raised as pets from time immemorial. But even the most amiable and tolerant cats out there have hissed at least once at their owners, regardless of their affection towards their pet parents. Let’s talk more about the hissing. What does it mean – for the […]Continue reading
Can cats fall in love with each other, with their pet parents, or with something else? Humans have a tendency to hold other people, domesticated pets and even inanimate objects such as personal belongings so dear that we may come to the point where we can say we truly love them. But are cats like […]Continue reading
Today we are happy to share a wonderful, helpful infographic from our friend Jessica L. Fisher, who is a cat and dog behaviorist. These are issues that may annoy us as humans, but are potentially signs of discomfort or illness for your cat. So it’s important that we are aware of what to look out […]Continue reading
Most of us associate purring with a happy feline. However, cats don’t only purr when they are content. But then what does it mean when your kitten or big kitty purrs? Let’s get to work exploring some of the reasons cats purr, including physiological reasons, mental/emotional reasons, and evolutionary reasons. Purrers vs. Roarers Before we […]Continue reading
Why are cats eating grass? Is it good for them? Is it bad for them? Why are they munching on it? Chances are you’ve asked yourself these questions at least once. And chances are your feline friend has felt the urge to nibble on some grass every now and then. But why? Grass isn’t in […]Continue reading
Should your cat stay indoors or outdoors? Should you ever let him outside? Most experts recommend that cats stay indoors, since it’s much safer for them. Life expectancy significantly improves for kitties not subjected to the great outdoors. However, a lot of cat lovers tend to disagree, believing that cats should not be deprived of […]Continue reading
Cat really peeing you off?
I mean really?
It sucks when your cat doesn’t use the litter box, and if you’ve ever gone through it, you know how stressful and annoying it can be.Continue reading