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Surefire Ways to Know If Your Cat Is Stressed Out

Surefire Ways to Know If Your Cat Is Stressed Out

Cats are not the friendly creatures as dogs are, the latter being a more rambunctious type.   Cats are normally more reserved, and thus, it’s a bit difficult to know if they are A-okay, so how do you know they are suffering from stress?  Here’s how you can detect if they need a visit to the veterinarian, or to be left alone, or perhaps a little more love and care: Excessive grooming. No, there’s no party, but they’re losing a bit more fur in the process. Excessive hiding. At the first sight of humans or animals, feline hides first place...

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Introducing Your Cat to Other Pets in Your House – Here’s How You Do It

Introducing Your Cat to Other Pets in Your House – Here’s How You Do It

By new pets, we are assuming it would be a dog, a goldfish, a hamster, after all that’s the norm. Here’s how to introduce cats to those three kinds of creatures for a happy and harmonious co-existence: Cats and dogs. Please, no pit bulls versus kittens. The obvious, duh. Have a heart. Introduce a golden retriever to a kitten. Larger and older cats who love to strut their stuff will make mincemeat out of mean dogs. Never underestimate the power of the miffed feline. Yes, she’ll be patient and tolerant – to a point. But a pit bull is a...

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Shy Cats? Here's How to Treat Them Well

Shy Cats? Here's How to Treat Them Well

How do you know a cat’s shy? Shy cats are pretty much like humans: They keep to themselves. They’re quiet. They hide. But don't get them wrong. Shy cats are not necessarily nervous cats. Nervous cats are a wreck. These have been traumatized cats. They fly at the slightest movement or sound.How do you draw out these shy felines, when the rest are a rambunctious, greedy lot? Some cats are born shy – no two ways about it. When faced with a shy cat,  you can treat them well by: Keeping a distance. Let them warm up to you. Give...

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Why Cats Love Boxes?

Why Cats Love Boxes?

Yes, yes, yes. We’re not being unkind to homeless people here but it seems cats who “invade” boxes are like homeless people. They want those boxes badly, not because they have no home but because of the following four possible reasons based on real observations from a professed cat-lover who will love them and laugh at them forever: Curious. A cat is born curious. Any new thing that comes his or her way, and right in her vicinity, deserves great sniffing and exploration. She may consider living there for a while, so please don’t disturb the already-disturbed one. Crazy. Yes,...

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Random Cat Behaviors Explained!

Random Cat Behaviors Explained!

Cat lovers know these behaviors by heart and don’t bother them any. But if you’re new to the cat kingdom, well, you may freak out initially, but help is here so do sit down and we will give you a quick lesson in Feline Behavior 101. Nuzzling against you. When a cat loves you and trusts you, they rub their sleek, furry bodies against your leg, saying, “I love ya, too, human!” Rolling on the floor. They do that when they catch your eye. Shows off, rolls around, even on inclined surfaces – a sign they’re relaxed. Attacking wiggling toes....

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