Category: Cat Behaviors

You’re Not the Dominant Animal at Home

Have you ever thought that maybe it’s not you, but your cat who has the dominant role in the house? You might not be far from the truth. Recent studies suggest that cats adopt a dominant role in the absence of a predator or other threat, as often is the case for a cat who… Read more »

Tips to Deter Your Cat from Scratching

How many times have you had to try and scare your cat away from clawing at the edges of your couch or other furniture? Cat scratches can quickly turn your fine furniture into tattered fabric, ruining the nice looks and comforts of your home. There are many methods to use to deter your cat from… Read more »

Why Do Cats Like Catnip?

Most cat lovers know that catnip is a special treat for cats that often makes them act out of character. For some, they get hyper, others get super affectionate, and some just roll around wherever you sprinkled it. While catnip doesn’t affect all cats – somewhere between 30 and 50 percent of cats have no… Read more »

Moving with Cats: Transitioning to a New Home

Once you’ve finally arrived at your new home, it’s time to start getting your cat acclimated to the new space. As overwhelming and stressful as the packing and actual drive to your new location was, there’s still an entirely unknown and potentially terrifying place to for him or her to now adjust to. Here are… Read more »

Moving with Cats: Keeping Calm on the Road

Moving is a major adventure, and all the more so for your feline friend. While there are plenty of boxes to play in at first, as they fill up and the house empties of all their familiar items and furniture, your cat will likely become stressed. The worst is still yet to come, though –… Read more »

Preparing for the Annual Vet Trip

Going to the doctor is a routine part of life for people. We don’t like to visit them, and they usually don’t have much to say unless you have something serious going on with your body. Imagine how your cat feels, though, when you take them to the vet. They have just as much stress,… Read more »