If kittens aren’t adequately socialized during this critical age, they may become fearful or aggressive toward people and other animals or in situations to which they were not acclimated. Here’s how to socialize your cats.
Why can’t they just all get along? Are we asking too much for a cat and a pet rat or budgie to be best buddies?
Revenge, grudges and payback are often mentioned as a feline motivation for bad behavior. An example we hear quite often: “Every time I leave town for business, my cat poops on my bed to punish me.” But, is that really what happened here?
One talent felines possess is the ability to move their ears independently. But why do they do this?
What is actually the true source of your kitty’s aggression? Find out here.
Why are cats so stealthy and sneaky? What are the traits? And what are the dangers? Find out here.
When cats roll onto their backs, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re soliciting a tummy rub. So why do they do this?
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.
Cats are famous for staring — at you, at the world outside a window, at the wall and sometimes at nothing at all. Indeed, cats are curious observers, and here’s a look into why they stare.