Discover the Hunter in Your Cat

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The Legacy of a Predator Felines are considered predators – all of them hunt in the wild. They have sharp teeth, perfect night vision, silent paws plus remarkable physical capabilities that best suit the nature of a cat as a solitary nocturnal hunter. As a matter of fact, its history, which is traced back in… Read more »

How Many Cats Is Too Much?

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Is it Okay to Own Lots of Cats? Yes, of course. You can have as much as you can. This is not only about an oddball who has a bedroom full of 250 feline pets, as reported in the news. A huge amount of cats in your house does not necessarily lead to chaos. You… Read more »

The Basics of Cat Training

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First Things First: If you’re training your cat to sit, stay and fetch things at your commands, perhaps you should get a dog. If you’re training your cat to adroitly perch himself over the toilet seat to do his business then you’re on the wrong way too. Cats are solitary predators and they have the… Read more »

About Maine Coon Kitten Adoption

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Are you looking for a Maine Coon Kitten Adoption? Make a cat the priority when you are looking for that perfect feline. With a Kitten Adoption, you get a pet that is kinder than the other species and has above average cleverness and intelligence. “How to Adopt” The kitten adoption will bring you a fabulous… Read more »

Cat Vs Dog – Which Is Right for You?

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Choosing between a cat and a dog isn’t always a straightforward process. In short, cats are generally cheaper to own and easier to care for because of their independent nature, while dogs are more social creatures, but require a lot more money, attention and time. Here are a few things to consider before introducing a… Read more »

Aggressive Cat Problems – How to Tell If Your Cat is Being Playful Or Dangerously Violent

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Is your special friend showing signs of aggressive cat problems but you’re not sure if it just being playful or not? Cats are very subtle creatures and can be hard to understand at times. Telling the difference between playful aggression and dangerous violent aggression isn’t always easy, especially if such behavior is taking place between… Read more »

Why Do We Love Cats So Much?

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Kittens are immeasurably cute. If you’re having a bad day and you walk up to a kitten, I know they will be able to make you feel better. You will catch yourself smiling every now and then, because who can resist their charm? No one. Each cat has its own distinguishing characters and personalities. They… Read more »

Finding the Best Home for a Cat

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There are times when cat lovers are faced with the dilemma of finding a home for a poor little cat/kitten. These felines know exactly where cat owners live so it is easy to find them. People with soft hearts cannot just ignore them so they do not know what to do. If they have been… Read more »

Cat Facts You Should Know

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Cats are not able to perceive sweet tastes This is probably one of the reasons why they are so bitter. Multiple studies proved that cats that live in a domestic environment are not attracted to sweets (whether they are carbohydrates or sweeteners). At a close research, it was shown that their taste cells are not… Read more »

A Feline Soap Opera?

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Does living with an Animal Communicator mean everyone gets along? There’s no question that integrating cats can be very, very challenging. In my last post about Melissa’s integration I thought I had finally turned a corner. Well, maybe that was just another corner in a complex maze. In the wild, domestic cats naturally live in… Read more »