(Cat) Mysteries Solved!
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If cats had their own set of Commandments, the first three might go something like this:
√ Thou shalt remain mysterious at all times.
√ Thou shalt not be predictable.
√ Thou shalt not reveal to thy human any hint of a health problem.
Any arguments? Cats, after all, are known for being mysterious. For keeping us guessing. For masking symptoms of illness.
Luckily, we two-legged types have ways of figuring out our felines. But It’s easier said than done. Cat owners need a helping hand. And you won’t find a more knowledgeable and insightful source of help than Catster. Subscribe now by clicking on the button below!
WHY DO CATS DO THAT?
In every issue, Catster offers an entertaining column that clears up confusion over common cat quirks and tendencies. In recent issues, we demystified the reason that cats:
- Sleep so much (around 16 hours a day)
- Bury their waste
- Squeeze into tight spaces Vocalize
- Prefer high places
- Destroy holiday décor
Our author’s science-backed explanations are guaranteed to make you smile!
WHAT’S INSIDE CATSTER?
Our issues are packed with information—science-backed content that gets to the bottom of feline mysteries, kitty whims, and cat quirks.
- You know your cat is skittish around people. But are you aware of the possible causes—and how to bring out the “friendly” in your feline? (A clue for you: Behavior modification can actually ease a cat’s anxiety, experts say. But first, simply make life fun again for your cat using playtime and building or rebuilding trust.)
- You might think your cat has come down with a fever. But how do you know, and what can you do about it? (Hint: For starters, know that a cat’s temperature runs higher than a human’s—“normal” for a feline ranges from 100 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit.)
- You know it’s a good idea to change up your cat’s diet because he’s been vomiting. But what’s the safest way to do it? (Tip: Gradual is better. Many veterinarians support the 3-3-3 rule. The first three days, give your cat 2/3 of his current food mixed with 1/3 of his new food. The next three days, switch the percentage: 1/3 of his current food and 2/3 of the new food. Within seven to 10 days, the transition should be complete.)
DID YOU KNOW?
Cats are what we call “obligate carnivores,” meaning they must eat meat to survive. So don’t be upset if your cat rejects whole foods such as steamed green beans or kale. He’s not a vegan, per nature’s order!
The digestive tracts of herbivores and omnivores are vastly different from that of the carnivore and able to adapt to a host of dietary options, but for the true carnivore, this simply isn’t the case. Obligate carnivores—also known as “true carnivores”—are literally just that. Animals that, because of their genetic conditioning, must eat a flesh-based diet to thrive.
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YOUR CAT AND YOU
No one knows your cat better than you do—right? You know the food he likes, when he wants to eat, where he likes to curl up for a long nap….
Yet you likely encounter regular cat mysteries. What’s with the fearful look you sometimes see in her eyes? What makes her scowl and spit? Does human anxiety make a cat become skittish?
Let Catster’s experts help you interpret your cat’s messaging and analyze her actions. For example, have you ever seen your cat suddenly become fixated on his tail—swishing it, chasing it, obsessively grooming it? It could be feline hyperesthesia syndrome, a condition that manifests itself in a variety of other symptoms, like twitching or rippling skin or odd vocalizing.
When you subscribe to Catster, you’ll become more educated in what makes cats tick, how they can fool us, and what you can expect in the various feline life stages. How much exercise should cats get? What should you feed a senior cat? Which vaccinations are important… and which can you skip?
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Catster is the nation’s favorite source for cat-care information. Let our experts help you “decode” your cat. Order a one-year subscription for $19.95 (or $14.95 for a digital subscription).
These benefits come with a Catster subscription:
- Our veterinarian-approved articles will keep your cat safe and sound. Healthy and alert. Purring and playing.
- You’ll have access to the insights and experiences of a larger community of caring cat owners. Our editors welcome our readers’ questions, queries, feedback, photos, and fun tips, sharing the cream of the crop with you.
- You’ll learn about different types of cats, thanks to our breed profiles in every issue, each one describing appearance, tendencies, and health and grooming needs.
- You’ll enjoy not only our lively print edition, but access to online content—all of it created by editors and writers who love cats as much as you do. Their mission: to help you give your cat the best life possible.
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BECOME YOUR CAT’S MEOW
Every issue of Catster is loaded with information that helps you deal with your cat’s unpredictable nature. And our content extends to our companion website, where you’ll find a community of cat owners who contribute their insights, stories, questions, and more to our editors.
Catster must-read content includes:
- Advice on the healthiest food for cats.
- Insightful reports on what to expect at different stages of a cat’s life.
- Ideas for interacting with your cat—a playful cat is a healthy cat.
- Cat-care secrets to guide you in solving litter-box woes, halting hairballs, and settling down aggressive play.
- Honest and reliable assessments of cat products—collars, cat toys, cat trees, cat treats, and more.
- Expert guidance on how to curb fear and anxiety in cats.
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