Should you get a female or male cat? Does it really matter? And what are the behavioral differences between male and female cats? Let’s find out.
Without any suspicion, you enter your bathroom, and OH MY GOD, what is that? Your cat is drinking toilet water! Yuck! Disgust arises as you try to remember if you flushed the last time.
Covered, or sometimes called ‘hooded’ cat litter boxes are very popular, and staff at almost every pet store we have visited could talk for hours about their advantages, without mentioning any disadvantage.
It’s already gross that a cat brings home dead animals. But things may get worse when your cat starts bringing in live or partially alive animals and then accidentally releases them behind your couch. So, can you do something about it? Yes!
What’s that rustling sound over there? That’s a cat eating a plastic bag left on the floor. Cats are known for their curiosity and habit of eating nonfood items, such as plastic bags, wool blankets, shoelaces, paper, power cords, pebbles, and stainless steel. In this article, you will learn why do cats eat plastic. Is it dangerous? How do you stop your cat from eating plastic wrappings and shower curtains?
This spring, we decided to grow lettuce and dill in our windowsill. What a good intention! We sowed the seeds with our kids’ help, and we all were excited about the prospects. We were even more excited when the first green heads popped out of the black soil. Our joy, however, ended there. Our cats ate them.
For a long time, it has been generally accepted that cats and dogs naturally don’t get along well. And there is no smoke without fire. Even if your dog is not at all aggressive, his or her active approach to greeting and “hugging” may be too much for your cat to take. This may end either in the cat being chased into the corner or under the bed or with your dog’s nose scratched. But can it be the other way round? Can cats and dogs become friends? Of course.
Cat behavior problems are the most probable threat to loving relationship between you and your cat. Luckily, you have the power to control them! See our list of the most common behavioral problems, from litter box avoidance to biting and scratching during play, as well as solutions to these problems.
Is your cat scratching your furniture and trying to use his or her claws on anything but a scratching post? Couch, carpet, wallpaper, everything gets destroyed in minutes. When you get a new piece of expensive furniture, it’s most likely that your cat will want to scratch it. Is there any way to stop it? Of course there is.
Are you planning a baby (or has one already arrived), and you wonder how to keep your cat out of the crib? It definitely is a matter to which to pay attention, because, as much as we do love cats, we agree: your baby’s crib is a no-go place for your cat.