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Troubleshooting Litterbox Problems

Generally, cats that suddenly change their litterbox habits usually do it for one of three main reasons: litterbox issues, a response to a stressful change, or a medical problem Litterbox...

How Black Cats Came To Halloween

Black cats are a classic Halloween symbol, but how did their special place in the fall come to be Black cats have long served as objects of superstition In Medieval France and Spain, black...

Helping Your Cat Get Exercise This Winter

Cats and people share a lot in common, but one thing you might’ve noticed this winter is that you and your kitty are spending more time indoors on the couch But while you have the gym...

Celebrate the Holidays Safely with Your Cat

As a member of your family, your pet is part of the celebration But when holiday visitors come and go, consider keeping your cats in a quiet room while you entertain so they don't escape...

The Joys of Catnip

Catnip or catmint, as it is known in some areas, is a gray-greenish herb from the mint family, and is safe and non-addictive for cats Not all cats respond to catnip (about 70% are able to...

Games to Play with Your Cat

Playing with your cat strengthens your bond, helps disperse aggression, reduces fear, builds trust and confidence in shy cats and corrects inappropriate biting and scratching By setting...

Choosing Toys for Your Cat

Your cat is innately curious and naturally playful She will play with you, another cat, or even a puppy Toys serve many useful purposes for your cat, keeping her fit both physically and...

Putting the Brakes on Feline Aggressive Behavior

There’s a reason - and a resolution - for most types of aggressive feline behavior Fortunately, most aggression can be stopped or modified once you understand the trigger(s) that drive...

Territorial Marking Behavior in Cats

Marking may have evolved to minimize contact with other cats Experts believe that cats developed marking behaviors to minimize contact with other cats, thus enhancing their odds of...

Your Cat’s Body Language

Cats communicate with humans and each other in many unique ways The wild ancestor of the housecat was a solitary creature Unlike dogs or horses, they were not pack or herd animals and...