— Why do some cats bury their food or smack it around? What causes that "stinky face"?
— Biting, ignoring, and peeing on the bed are signs of stress, not revenge; here's how you can help.
— Here are tips on how to recognize stress and anxiety in cat behavior -- and how to reduce it.
— Follow these behavior and environmental-enrichment tips to help cats with visual, hearing, or mobility disabilities feel loved and secure.
— Here are tips to help cats who aren't socialized or who hide because of previous trauma.
— Avoid problems by creating a stimulating setting to engage your cat's natural behaviors; here's how.
— You can stop many unwanted cat behaviors before they begin by following these tips.
— It's a myth that cats are aloof and unemotional; they show people affection using a combination of body language, postures, and vocalizations.
— There are ways to stop a cat fight without risking being bitten; find out how to prevent cats from fighting, and what to do if a fight starts.
— Cats need to climb and be in high places; here are reasons why and ways to create vertical territory.
— How to reinforce attention-seeking behavior when it's good -- and stop it when it's bad.
— This infographic helps you guide cats away from scratching furniture and to objects made for them.
— The location of litter boxes can be the difference between cats using -- or avoiding -- them.
— Do you live with a cat who'll do anything to avoid the pet carrier? It doesn't have to be that way.
— Contrary to behavior myths about being loners, most cats do well with other cats; here are reasons why and tips for adopting more than one cat.
— Hybrid-derived domestic breeds have no more behavior problems than other cats, yet several groups petition to ban them in California.
— Did you know that a way cats show people affection is by marking them? Learn all the reasons cats mark and how they do it.
— Rats inhabit my attic -- how do I convince them to leave in a way that's humane and safe for cats?
— Let's debunk some common misconceptions about cats and their behavior.
— Hunting is dangerous -- for the prey as well as the predator. Here's how to satisfy your cat's natural instincts while she's safe inside.
— Aside from risks of predators and disease, outdoor cats can be trouble for humans and other cats.
— Cats purr when they're contented, sure, but evolution has added other surprising benefits.
— Just like people, cats must process grief after losing an animal or human friend. Here's how to help.
— Even the most loving cat experiences anxiety over change; here's how to ease the transition.
— You've made the decision to adopt; now it's time to learn the behaviors and needs of different breeds and ages, and which fits you best.
— Adopting a cat without careful consideration can end in heartache; here are tips to avoid that.
— Here's what to keep in mind when searching for gifts that will please cat and human alike.
— A good pet sitter or boarding facility can be a close second to the best care possible -- yours.
— These tips will help cats whose eating habits have been affected by factors such as stress or anxiety.
— This behavior occurs when animals, unable to respond directly to threats, vent their frustrations on whoever happens to be nearby.
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