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Behavior & Training > Bringing toys to the foodbowl
Helene-Iris

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Purred: Wed May 15, '13 9:42pm PST 
Our meowmy is curious..

Whenever my sister and me go to our foodbowl, we often bring a kitty toy with us, and leave it there as we eat. Most of the time we'll just leave it there and go back for it sometime later. Is there a reason behind this or are we just quirky? MOL
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Cat Health > Extra Toes
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Purred: Fri Feb 8, '13 2:21pm PST 
My sisfur and I are both polydactl kitties. We like to use our paws to pick things up! It is important to keep an eye on the nails of a cat with extra toes though, because sometimes the nails will overgrow because of how are paws are structured.
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Behavior & Training > "Gimme attention" cry combined with massive tail vibration

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Purred: Wed Mar 30, '11 9:20am PST 
gabi and me do the same exact thing! our meowmy calls it our "pretend spray". nothing comes out, we just do it when we're really happy
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Kitten Corner > How do i get my new kitten to get along with my 14 year old cat?

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Purred: Fri Mar 11, '11 7:41am PST 
^ I second the adopting a second kitten. Kittens learn through playing and exploring and interacting with their mother and littermates. The new kitten's going to want to play with your senior cat. All the time. And your senior cat is not going to want to. In order to keep your senior cat happy, while fulfilling the play and learning necessities of the little guy, a second kitten is definitely in order.

Kittens that are taken away from their mother at such a young age and raised by themselves rarely ever learn proper play behavior and bite inhibition.

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Senior Cats > Welcome to Catster\'s Senior Cat Forum!

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Purred: Fri Mar 4, '11 7:12pm PST 
We just saw the Senior Dogs section on Dogster and are super pawleased that there's one for us cats too!
Three out of the four of us are what humans consider "senior". Gabi and I are going to be 11 in May and Brooke will be 14 a few weeks after ours.happy dance
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Grooming > Useful are cat trees?
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Purred: Wed Jan 5, '11 7:59am PST 
We lovelovelove our cat tree! It has sisal posts to scratch, and platforms to climb, and a cubbyhole to hang out in. Cat trees are the best cheer
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Behavior & Training > Kneading and peeing/wet patch at the same time?

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Purred: Wed Dec 29, '10 5:00pm PST 
booboo: Neutered male cats can get 'aroused' too. doesn't have to be intact shock our adopted brofur Maus will do that to a few stuffed toys he has. boys! mol.
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Get Well Soon > Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs

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Purred: Wed Dec 29, '10 4:34pm PST 
Purring for everyone!
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Behavior & Training > Kneading and peeing/wet patch at the same time?

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Purred: Wed Dec 29, '10 4:32pm PST 
Purrhaps kitty is getting "aroused", and the liquid is from that? just sayin'.
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Behavior & Training > shake shake shake that tail!
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Purred: Fri Dec 24, '10 3:28pm PST 
My sister and I do the same thing! it's our "fake spraying" , as meowmy calls it , mol
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