Cat Behavior & Training

Why Do Cats Rub Themselves Against You and Other Objects?

Why do cats rub themselves against people and things? Cats can be very touchy-feely at times. They would rub their cheeks on your legs before rubbing their bodies against your legs. But why do they do this? Why do cats rub themselves against you? There are scent glands all over a cat’s body. These glands …

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Why Do Cats Knead (Making Biscuits): Our 2021 Guide

Sometimes we find it fascinating when cats knead random things – blankets, dogs, and even their humans. But why do cats knead? Why do our feline buddies do this antic? There is something adorable when a cat pushes something back and forth with his paws. Whenever cats do this, they somehow look like bakers – …

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Cat Spraying Causes and Cures: Our 2021 Guide

Cats are one of the country’s most popular pets. Lovable, independent and full of character; it is easy to see why they are so well loved. Yet occasionally our pets can become problematic if they start showing behavioral problems. One such problem is spraying, which can occur inside the home and cause quite a mess. …

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How to Stop Your Cat from Scratching Up the Furniture

Cats may look cute and adorable, but they can come with a string of problems – like scratching! In this article, you’ll learn how to stop your cat from scratching. Why do cats scratch furniture? Scratching is a normal behavior cats engage in. This behavior can be quite a problem as this leads to damage …

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Cats and Catnip

Cats and catnip? Catnip is sometimes called catmint, catwort, or field balm. But what is catnip anyway? What’s with cat and catnips? Catnip belongs to the mint family. It originated from Europe, Africa, and Asia and was later brought to America. It contains an essential oil called Nepetalactone and it can turn the laziest feline …

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