Why Do Cats
One talent felines possess is the ability to move their ears independently. But why do they do this?
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?
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.
Grooming is a big part of cats’ lives, but is there a reason why they lick their people? Let’s find out.
You may associate purring with feelings of happiness. But cats purr for other reasons.
Pet parents are used to seeing weird cat behavior. But what about the cat slow blink? And why do cats blink so slowly? What does this movement reveal about their thoughts? Here’s what you need to know.
Giving gifts is considered to be one of humans’ love languages, a concept made popular by Gary Chapman’s best-selling book The 5 Love Languages. Do cats have love languages and could gift giving be one of them?
Cats are possibly the most athletic, graceful animals on the planet. So why is the internet filled with videos that show cats knocking stuff off of high places like tables and countertops?
This light scratching with or without purring is something that most cats of all ages do, but why?