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Why Do Cats Do That?
Fun look at the evolutionary pressures that explain some of the behaviors your cat engages in. While those behaviors can see odd inside your house there are often reasonable explanations for why the instinct driving such behaviors evolved in cats. … Continue reading
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How attached cats are to their owners?
Sadly the video link was broken so I removed it. Daniel Mills, professor of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine at the University of Lincoln (in UK) carried out experiments to study the emotional attachments of cats to their owner in comparison to … Continue reading
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Getting Your Kitten Started Toward Good Behavior
Kittens are wonderfully curious and playful: occasionally this also includes annoying and even dangerous. Here are some tips to help get your kitten started off right: video removed 🙁 Make sure you provide plenty of health outlets for their boundless … Continue reading
How to Give Your Cat a Pill
Keeping your cat healthy is important. Occasionally that may mean having to give your cat pills. For some cats it is helpful to wrap them in a blanket to keep them from being able to get escape from your grasp … Continue reading
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Giving Your Cat Fresh Water from a Fountain
Drinking enough water is important for cats to remain healthy. Cats are prone to urinary track illnesses that can be exacerbated by not drinking enough water. And some cats will drink less if the water isn’t fresh. The Drinkwell water … Continue reading
Teaching a Kitten How to Play Nice with People
This webcast provides information on training kittens to avoid using teeth and claws aggressively with our skin. Dr. Miller explains that it is important to help kittens learn to play gently with people and reserve their aggressive play for toys.