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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...

Territorial Marking Behavior in Cats

Experts believe that cats developed marking behaviors to minimize contact with other cats, thus enhancing their odds of survival Marking their territory is their primary means of...
Green eyed cat rubbing her head into a wooden post, marking territory

Your Cat’s Body Language

The wild ancestor of the housecat was a solitary creature Unlike dogs or horses, they were not pack or herd animals and preferred to hunt alone Through many years of domestication, the cat...
Laying out on a table, orange haired cat takes a nap outside