Resource guarding is fairly common in multi-cat households. Yet in our cat behavior practice, we have found that many people don’t know the term for it, nor what causes it to happen, let alone what to do about it. Read on to learn more.
Non-medically related food obsession in cats is often caused by an experience with limited food sources while living outside or a lack of social training. But this isn’t the only reason some cats beg. No matter the reason, food obsession and begging for and/or stealing food can be stopped by following these simple rules.
While you want your cat to be “into” you, it’s not healthy for either of you if she is “that” into you. If you help build her independence while still reinforcing her bond with you, you both will be much happier, and you will have even more emotional closeness than ever before.
What do our cats really need to eat in order to meet their nutritional needs? Chef Bobby Flay believes he has the answer. But what does a gourmet chef know about cat food and feline nutrition? As it turns out, he knows quite a lot.
Cats need mental and physical stimulation each and every day, otherwise they will use their energy stores for antics you may not fully appreciate. Here are a few ways you can help keep your kitty busy.