Let’s say, a sausage disappeared from your table and you suspect that your cat is to be blamed. You look him up, and, after “exchanging” a few words, you are convinced. The cat has that guilty look. And it isn’t the first time. But what if we told you that cats don’t feel guilt or shame?
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.
Do you have a cat who is shy? One who is timid and insecure and constantly hides under the bed? Maybe among your several cats there is one who never interacts with others? In this article, you will learn to communicate with a shy cat effectively and how to boost confidence in insecure cats.
How are your cats getting along? Do they communicate well in most cases, but then some occasional fights or disagreements break out? If so, you are among the majority because this is what we see in most multi-cat households. Do you want to take a leap ahead and make your cats best buddies? Here are 17 tips to improve harmony in homes with more than one cat.
Last week, we talked about the signs of hyperthyroidism in cats and possible treatments. In today’s article, you are going to learn about the possible causes of hyperthyroidism and ways to avoid this dangerous disease.
Is your female cat in heat? Or maybe she is right about to reach the sexual maturity, and you want to be as prepared as possible? Then you must follow our article series about cats in heat.
Is your dog in heat? Or maybe she is about to come in heat? Here’s a list of articles we’ve written about female dogs going through estrous cycle.
Is your dog in heat or is about to go in heat?