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What Does Catnip Do To Cats & Why Cats Like it

As the only recreational drug for cats, catnip (nepeta cataria) is a uniquely stimulating plant that’s almost as puzzling as cats themselves. Between 67% and 80% of the adult feline population is sensitive to catnip. Sensitive cats react to catnip by going a bit crazy—rolling around on the floor, licking up as much ‘nip as they can, rubbing their heads...

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Are My Cats Playing Or Fighting?

Are you mystified trying to figure out if your cats are playing or fighting during wrestling matches? A cat’s behaviour can be hard to interpret, particularly when there is a mix of ages, breeds, temperaments, and unrelated individuals in one household. This article will help you distinguish between a play date versus a cat fight and encourage harmonious living in...

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11 Tips To Train Your Cat To Sleep All Night

Does your cat have an annoying habit of waking you up at night by stepping on your face, pawing at your head, sliding under the covers, meowing, or howling? This can be a real problem. Sleep deprivation caused by pets has both physical and mental effects lasting for weeks or even months. In this article, you'll learn how to get...

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How to Make a Cat Love You in 3 Easy Steps

My cats are my world and I cannot imagine life without them, especially during tough times. You can probably relate to the feeling of unconditional love for your cat and the desire to smother him or her in hugs and kisses, but it can be hard to tell whether or not that love is returned. So how can you make...

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Why Do Cats Hate Water?

It’s one of the most commonly-asked questions about cats, up there with “why do cats purr?” and “why do cats meow?” Like purring, meowing, and the ability to sleep in positions that might leave you sore for weeks, the feline fear of water almost seems like a defining part of their programming. But...Why? Like so many questions about feline behavior,...

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Why Doesn’t My Cat Cover Her Poop? Top 6 Causes Explained

Have you ever come home to find your cat’s poop exposed, unsightly, and smelly? Let’s get the inside scoop about your cat’s uncovered poop! Faeces In Communication Instinctively cats deposit urine and faeces through elimination in quiet, secluded spots where disturbance is minimal. Defecation is the technique your cat uses to eliminate solid wastes, although some cats use defecation as...

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How to Train Your Cat Not to Bite

Cats are territorial species born with sharp teeth and talons designed to hunt, catch prey and protect their domain. When a cat is fearful, defensive, aroused, or stressed, it can transform from a loving pussycat to a ‘panther’ in a matter of seconds biting and clawing their way out of a situation. Training a cat to not bite is challenging,...

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How To Clean Your Cat’s Litter Box?

Properly cleaning your cat's litter box keeps your cat happy, can prevent litter box avoidance, and ensures that your home smells fresh no matter how many cats you have. In this article, you'll get 10 expert tips and tricks to teach you how to clean your cat's litter box like a pro. Want to go deeper? Sign up for our...

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10 Popular Cat Myths Completely Debunked By A Vet

Cats are surrounded by myths and misconceptions. Some are harmful, some are harmless, and others are downright strange. In this article, we're going to break down some of the most common ones. Read on to learn the truth about 10 of the most common myths about cats.  Myth 1: All Purring Cats Are Happy While cats definitely purr when...

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What Your Cat’s Tail Can Tell You

Tail signals are an important part of your cat’s communication repertoire. This article aims to explain more about cats’ tails and tail movements so that you are better equipped to understand what your cat is saying to you with body language using this complex, subtle and expressive part of their anatomy. What Is A Cat's Tail? The tail is an...

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