Cat Care

Train And Walkiing Your Home Cat Train And Walkiing Your Home Cat
Cat is the most intelligent of all domestic animals. Cats learn by observation, imitation, trial and error just as humans do.
Welcoming The New Kitten Welcoming The New Kitten
You've decided to get a kitten, a lively little playmate that with loving attention, good health care, and proper nutrition, will grow up to be a graceful adult cat and a faithful companion for many years to come.
Petting aggression Petting aggression
Most adult cats that aren't related don't touch each other much except for fighting and sexual episodes.
Cat and Your Family Members Cat and Your Family Members
For many owners, their cat represents another family member and as such has equal access to all the resources their home has to offer.
Cats and Babies Cats and Babies
Cat shelters often take in cats cast out when the owner is expecting a first baby. Many couples have a cat for many years before starting a family, but reject the cat once a baby is due.
Sleeping Cat Sleeping Cat
Cats sleep a lot and it is perfectly normal. In fact an average house cat will sleep the majority of its life away.
Senior Cat Care Senior Cat Care
With improved nutrition and veterinary care, more and more cats are living to greater ages. In America, over the past decade there has been a 15% increase in cats over the age of 10 years.
Cat's Fears Cat's Fears
While nature provides the substrate necessary for fear, learning is key. Without learning, fears do not arise in the first place.
Scratching is instinctive. Scratching is instinctive.
Cats need to scratch to exercise, mark territory, and hone claws.
Grooming Grooming
Cats spend over 10% of their waking hours grooming themselves.

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