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Sokoke cat
Never heard of me? No worries, most people haven’t. That’s ’cause I’m one of the rarest cat breeds in the world.
Do male cats have advantages over female cats? Is there such a thing as a feline battle of the sexes? Let's discuss the pros and cons of both sexes.
cat meowing
Whether it is a short meow or a long drawn our meoooow, your cat is trying to tell you something. But what? Aren’t they just saying the same thing, just differently? No, you don't need a secret cat decoder. Just think of each different meow as a different phrase. Table
cat licking person
Have you ever snuggled on the couch when all of a sudden — LICK. You get attacked by a rough little cat tongue. Consider it a major compliment! Licking their humans is one of their love languages.
biting cat
The best way to decipher the reason behind why your cat bites are to look for behaviors that accompany the biting. If you’ve been bitten, it is most likely related to one of these five reasons. Here’s our guide to why cats bite and how to avoid them.
Cat on kitchen counter
If you’re a cat owner, then you’ll be all too familiar with the huge problem of trying to educate your furry friend in matters of domestic feng shui and getting the message through that your home is not a climbing frame.
Cat made a mess with paper
It’s the age old question, how to discipline a cat. And the very thought of it might cause sleepless nights (either because you’re a loving owner who can’t stand the thought of disciplining your cat, or because you’re terrified of the battle that will commence when you do); but there’s
Cat purring on person
Forget the empirical research; cat owners have been hailing this particular truth for decades - nothing beats the restorative power of a warm, comforting, cuddly, furry purrrrrring from a loving feline. As ever, though, science is only just catching up with the world of cat-love, finally putting some hard evidence
Cat facts
An interesting set of random cats facts for cat enthusiasts. Ailurophile Do you adore all things feline? So, do we.But why adopt the crazy cat lady label when we can call ourselves ailurophiles? This fancy schmancy term comes from the Greek ailouros for ‘cat’ and -phile for ‘love’ – translating
Cat training
It's no secret that cats have a pretty polarized public image; never more so when it comes to their general demeanor and how we, as owners and fawning bipeds, react to it. For example, for many people the idea of training a cat to do tricks or behave in a