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What Can You Give A Cat For An Upset Stomach?

Most cats at some point in their lives will have an upset tummy. This might involve vomiting, diarrhea, or a bit of both. It can make our feline friends feel under the weather and not their usual happy, energetic selves. Mild upset tummies will resolve in a day or two but other cases might need some treatment at home or...

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Why Does My Cat Attack My Feet?

Have you ever been minding your own business relaxing on the sofa, or walking around your house when suddenly, you feel a set of little daggers sink into your ankles?! All seasoned cat owners will know that cats do sometimes bite or scratch completely unprovoked. If you are left confused as to why this happens or need to understand the...

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How Cats Choose Their Favorite Person?

If your home contains a feline family member as well as humans, you might find it’s a bit of a competition about which particular person the cat likes most. Everyone will likely believe that they’re the most deserving of the cat’s affection, maybe because they do all the feeding or clean out their litter box every morning. So, do cats...

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10 Proven Ways To Show Your Cat You Love Her

I admit that I tell my cats "I love you!" an embarrassing number of times daily. I expect many cat lovers out there can relate. Obviously, they don’t understand me—cats have many clever and subtle ways of communicating, but speaking human language is not one of them. So, how do we show our gorgeous felines that we adore them and...

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How Intelligent Are Cats? Science Has an Answer

When you hear about animals being trained to assist humans, the stories often involve dogs… or maybe even a less common breed, like a miniature horse. After all, it’s rare to hear stories about bomb-sniffing cats or guide cats for the blind. Why is that? Are other species, such as dogs, smarter than domestic cats? That’s a complex question with...

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Are Cats Possessive Of Their Owners?

It is not just understandable for animals and people to be protective and possessive of those things that are important to them, it is actually very good sense! Protecting important resources helps to safeguard an individual’s well-being, happiness, and even survival. When we talk about the most important resources in the eyes of a cat, we tend to think of:...

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Do Cats Dream? Science Has the Answer

By sleeping up to 16 hours every day, cats certainly act like professional snoozers. They seem to operate in a state of being half awake and half asleep, and they’re capable of drifting off even in upright, and uncomfortable, positions. Cats sleep to conserve their energy for things like late-night zoomies and playful pouncing, but sometimes, our feline friends are...

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Are Cats Smarter Than Dogs? Scientists Finally Have the Answer

As the two most popular pets in the world, it’s impossible not to compare cats and dogs. We talk about which species is the better companion and which is the best cuddler, and there’s also the age-old debate of which animal is smarter. While dog people will always refer to canine trainability, we can’t discount a cat’s independence and problem-solving....

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New Research Proves Owning A Cat Is Good For Your Heart

After a long, stressful day, there's nothing more soothing than cuddling up the couch with a warm, purring cat on your lap. Cat lovers know that being around our feline friends makes us feel good, but science has proven that owning a cat can lead to physical changes in your body, improving your blood pressure and even making your heart...

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