Cats Parents Take care of your best friends! We all love our pets so much that we do not always think our behavior can endanger them. We have pets begging to eat what we eat, and sometimes it can be deadly to them. For example, cats should not eat onions and dogs should not eat chocolate. It’s not that … Continue reading Are You Good Cat Parents?
Kitten training prevents bad behavior and rewards good behavior. A cat can learn almost every trick, as long as the owner treats it with love and care, and uses the right approach. Cats may be domesticated, but still they rely heavily on their instinct. You can see that with pregnant cats. Kittens are not different. … Continue reading Kitten Training – The Trick With The Water Pistol
Cute kitten names? Max is a popular tom cat name, Lady a favorite for queens. If you want your cat to have a more original name, you have to use your imagination. Or get some expert help. ‘Muffin. Kitty. Snowball. All stupid names that no self respecting cat would have – if it weren’t for … Continue reading Cute Kitten Names Are Easily Found – But Does Your Cat Listen?
The sound cats in heat produce are spooky and almost pornographic at the same time. If you live in a city, it’s likely you know the nightly growling, screaming, and repeated crying of mating stray cats. It can take very long. Queens and tom may mate ten times after each other! There’s no set period … Continue reading Don’t Want Kittens? Keep Cats In Heat At Home!
A spraying cat marks his or her territory with cat urine. By spraying cats say ‘this is mine’. It’s also a proven method to attract the other sex with cat urine odor. Unfortunately spraying is a smelly habit. But there is good news: you can stop your cat from doing it! If you are lucky, … Continue reading You Have A Spraying Cat? Do Something About It!
Cat behavior has fascinated people throughout history. Cats are independent, but still social animals, and combine a hunting instinct with playfulness. Cats are territorial animals. Dogs belong to their master, cats stick to their home. That’s why your cat doesn’t like traveling. Cats see their home as holy ground. They mark it by rubbing, scratching … Continue reading Cat Behavior: Independent, But Still Social Animals