Tag: cat behaviors

How to Create a Happy Environment for Your Cat

Black and white cat drinks fresh water from an electric drinking fountain.

Cats are very particular creatures. They can be rather fussy regarding their living conditions and are highly sensitive to change or lack of environmental enrichment. Failing to fulfill their instinctual needs can result in a stressed and anxious cat, which manifests in over-grooming, inappropriate elimination, aggression, isolation, and changes in eating habits.  Here are a… Read more »

The Top 10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Cats & Kittens: Part Two

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Welcome to the second part of our guide to the most interesting facts you didn’t know about our four-legged feline friends—brought to you by My Cats Top Reviews. We know you’ve been itching to learn more since our first post, so let’s dive right in to the rest of these unexpected truths about your favorite… Read more »

Don’t Make These Common Cat Care Mistakes

Thanks to their naturally independent natures, cats are fairly low maintenance pets that can typically don’t require as much training as their canine counterparts. That said, our cats still depend on us for food, shelter and company, so it’s important to do our best to give them the care they need to live happy, healthy… Read more »

Speaking Cat – Translating Your Cat’s Mews, Meows and Mewls

“Oh, if only she could talk!” How many times have you said that about your feline friend? The truth is that your cat talks to you all the time, but you just don’t speak the same language. While you might have dismissed the sounds your cat makes as meaningless, a recent article in Better Homes… 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 »