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Is Your Cat Annoying?

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It your cat annoying? It happens a lot. Your cat sits on your paperwork or laptop keyboard, scratches and kneads, maybe even bites. Or maybe she meows loudly while looking directly at you, or jumps on your lap as soon as you sit down. Your cat might even look directly at you and then use…

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Catnip or Not?

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People often joke about cats getting “high” on catnip, but some people  have noticed that their cats may just ignore the catnip toys they’ve carefully picked out for them and maybe get a little disappointed that now they can’t make a cute video to garner views on social media. The Science of Catnip While it…

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My Cat Hides

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When a cat hides, they can have a reputation for being shy or anti-social. While that may be true for some of them, it just depends. The way cats are treated while very young has an impact. Most kittens spend approximately the first eight weeks after they are born with their mom and their family.…

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Cat Stress: Is Your Cat Freaking Out?

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Adults may stress over their jobs or decisions they have to make. They can also stress over any number of other life events. But Is cat stress a thing? Napping in the perfect square of sun, chasing string, and knocking stuff off tables may not seem like a recipe for stress. But cats do stress out, and there…

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How Cat Ears, Cat Eyes & Cat Noses Communicate

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Cats are intelligent animals, but it can be difficult to understand what your cat is trying to tell you. Cats communicate with their body language; cat ears, cat eyes, and cat noses have as much to say as their meows If your cat blinks when she’s looking at you, that means she trusts you enough to…

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