Why Does Cat Eat Dirt

Cats explore with their paws and mouths. They explore the world for themselves by sniffing and tasting. It is normal for your cat to chew on bits of cloth, eat paper, or take in a mouthful of dirt from time to time. But there are cases when a cat’s nibbling habits are cause for concern. A cat that eats dirt …

Protect Your Cat From Rabies

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Rabies is a viral disease that affects both domestic and wild animal. It is normally spread to people through bites or scratches of an infected animal, usually via saliva. For your own protection and for the safety of your family, it is critical to keep your cat safe from rabies. Other pets you have in your household that come in contact with your …

DIY Toy: Foraging Box

Foraging toys give your indoor cat something to stalk and hunt, giving them a much needed outlet for their prey drive and hunting instincts. The concept of foraging is designed to make your cat think and problem solve, and they get rewarded each time they figure out the puzzle This easy to make foraging box will keep your cat occupied and …

The Sleepy Cat

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When your cat is not eating, grooming himself, or playing with his catnip mouse, chances are he’s sleeping. Most cats sleep twelve to sixteen hours a day, or more. Cats are crepuscular, meaning they are most active around dawn and dusk and less active in the middle of the day and the middle of the night. They alternate periods of activity …

Motivate Your Cat

A key difference between cats and dogs is that cats are less inclined to do things to please their owners. A common belief about cats is that they do their own thing, in their own time, on their own terms, with no regard for what their owners may want. As a result, many cat owners believe that their felines are …

Changing Cat Food

If you decide to transition your cat to different food, do so gradually. For instance, you decide to dump a dry-food regimen for wet food,, which contains the protein that cats desire without carbohydrates that can become problematic for overweight cats. If you decide to switch food brands because the one you are currently feeding your cat is no longer …

Types Of Treats For Cats

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Treats is an excellent motivator for cats during training as a tasty token of affection.  At around 8 to 10 weeks of age, kittens are old enough to eat solid foods exclusively. They can have a treat or two as a reward for good behaviour. You can find out what taste your cat prefers (fish, chicken, beef, vegetable) through trial and error. Unlike most …

Interesting “Tell Tail” Signs

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A typical cat’s tail has twenty to twenty four bones. The position of a cat’s tail can give you insight into your feline’s mood. It offers clues about what kind of behavior to expect from your cat. The flexible tail helps a cat balance, it is also an important communication tool. One of the best ways to get insight into …

Day to Day Patterns of Behaviour

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As your cats settles in with you, she will start to recognize key household activities in your daily routine. Her reactions to your daily activities may depend on weather they are likely to disturb her or not. if you are simply going out for a while, your cat will probably be totally unfazed and just keep on sleeping Anything that …

Going Outdoor For The First Time

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As cat owners, we face similar feelings of worry and caution. So when we decide it’s time to let them explore outside, we should take steps to make it easier for us to relax. It is best to keep your new kitten indoors at all times for the first two or three days after his arrival. After that, the simple training …