Cats

Why do cats eat mice? Should we let them?
By Harper Myers · 2 months ago
Why do cats eat mice? Should we let them? A cat and a mouse are inseparable. We are confirmed by all fairy tales, cartoons, jokes, advertisements, and literature. In our heads, the cat and mouse ...
How to stop cat from spraying
By D'mario Young · 4 months ago
One of the biggest nightmares for cat owners is the tendency of the felines to spray their luminous urine all over the carpet and even the furniture in the house. If your cat already is ...
Happy Cat Happy You, Tips for Bonding with your Feline Friend
By Samantha Brown · 1 year ago
Happy purrs signify bliss in your feline. Celebrate your partnership by enhancing their life and yours. Kitties are crazy for Catnip. They crave this plant from the mint family. The buds contain an oil called ...
Getting "Catitude" with Feline Facts
By Samantha Brown · 1 year ago
Live with "Catitude" and you and your cat will live together more peacefully. Part of "Catitude" is understanding that you can solve some of the things that bother cat people and their cats. For example: ...
Communicating With Your Cat Fun Feline Facts
By Samantha Brown · 1 year ago
If you are a cat person understanding your cat is important to you. People bond to their pets and, although they can't talk, we can communicate with them. If your cat licks you, it is ...
Cool Facts About Polydactyl Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 2 years ago
Cats are pretty cool but there’s none cooler than a cat with extra toes. Most cats have 18 toes but some cats have a few extra making them polydactyl. Polydactyl is of Greek origin, "poly" ...
Trainable Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 2 years ago
There are a lot of people that don’t believe cats can be trained but there are loads of videos that prove otherwise. A YouTube search will show you cats jumping through flaming hoops, sitting on ...
Common Cat Ailments
By Tammy Thomas · 2 years ago
Cats seem to groom themselves all the time. But even the cleanest feline can succumb to some of these common health issues. Fleas Fleas are a very common health issue for cats as well as ...
Do Cats Get Lonely? Top Valuable Benefits Of Multi Cat Homes
By James Kelly · 3 years ago
The subject of ‘Do cats get lonely’ is probably not something many single cat owners think about much, because they love their single cat and are happy with the way things are. However, just as ...
Mysterious Cat Behaviors
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Cats are wonderful companions, but sometimes their behavior leaves us a little confused. The way they communicate and interact socially is different than dogs and is often misunderstood. Yet these quirky behaviors make us love ...
The Best Shampoos And Tips on How To Bath Your Cat
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Cat owners dread the thought of having to bath their friendly felines. Most cats hate water and can become rather scary when doused with it. While there are a few cats that seem to love ...
Great Grooming Tools for Long Haired Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
You watch your cat groom itself all day it seems, especially if it has long hair. All cats need some grooming to keep their coats in good shape. Long-haired cats may need some help to ...
The Best Cat Litters
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Don’t you just love a soft little kitten, when they curl up in your lap and purr while you stroke their fur? Or when they walk between your legs seeking attention. Most of us do. ...
The Devon Rex
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Little is known about the ancestry of this breed. Kirlee, a kitten born in Devon, England, in 1959 was the first recognized cat of the breed. First thought to be a Cornish Rex, Kirlee, was ...
Discover the Siberian
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
The Siberian is a glamorous native cat of Russia. They have been known to be around for some 1,000 years and are often part of Russian folktales. Let’s discover more about this beautiful feline. Siberians ...
Teacup Kittens
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
The teacup kitten isn’t a true breed but more of a description of a group of cats with a smaller than average body size. Teacup kittens are available in a range of different breeds. The ...
Norwegian Forest Cats Traits
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
The Norwegian Forest Cat has a history going back hundreds and maybe even thousands of years. This native cat of Norway, thrives in cooler temperatures and their lineage can be traced back to the Vikings. ...
Friendliest Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Cats, like people, have lots of different personalities. There is no way to predict how friendly or affectionate any kitten will be but breeders have seen traits in select breeds that are typically friendlier than ...
Small Cat Breeds
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Everyone knows that kittens are small but they don’t usually stay that way. Many people don’t realize that there are some breeds that stay small. So here are a few breeds that do. Singapura The ...
Hairless Cat Breeds
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Cats are often referred to as long-haired or short-haired but some are actually considered hairless. These breeds can range from completely bald to having a fine downy coat. Anyone looking to bring home one of ...