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The History of Domestic Cats

An informative video from the good series, SciShow: It discusses several points I have read previously, such as: Origins of the Domestic Cat the progenitors of today’s cats split from their wild counterparts more than 100,000 years ago – much … Continue reading

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Puzzle Feeders for Cats

Cats evolved to hunt for food. And given how many birds, chipmunks, bunnies, mice etc. outdoor cats catch (and sometimes bring back home) they haven’t lost those instincts. They also sometimes stalk us, thankfully that usually doesn’t result in any … Continue reading

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Music Specifically Composed for Cats

Cats like music. But, like people, they want music composed for them, not some other species. You may purchase music for your cats (from the company that made the samples included here). Our music is based on feline vocal communication … Continue reading

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Why Do Cats Love Boxes?

On of YouTube’s most important functions is to illustrate how much cats like boxes. But why do cats love to sit in boxes? What’s Up With That: Why Do Cats Love Boxes So Much? Like many other really weird things … Continue reading

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Why Do Cats Knead Us?

This webcast provides an explanation of why cats knead us. Related: Teaching a Kitten How to Play Nice with People – Learn more about feeding your cat – Getting Your Kitten Started Toward Good Behavior

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