Sometimes, cats bring their heads closer to your leg, arm, or even face when you are cuddling in the couch together. Cat owners know and love this feeling. It could be described as head butting or head bumping. A lot of people believe cats are solitary animals, but is this really the case? In this blog you will found out what cats really mean when they bump their head against you.
The intelligence of cats has been a topic of a few studies performed by researchers. Some cat owners sometimes claim that cats are too smart to do the kind of tricks dogs are willing to do. Other people say they are unintelligent because it’s harder to train them to learn tricks. How smart is your cat? And is it able to count?
Working at home or flexible working arrangements have been around for a while. With COVID-19 in the picture, the value of working remotely has been proven without a doubt. Being able to get up and start working without having to commute can be priceless. There are a lot of advantages, but what if you aren’t the only one at home? What if you have children? Or cats?! In this blog we will share some tips on how you can handle your cat as your new colleague.
All animals have the ability to learn, even snails! You can learn by trying out new things or just by looking at others that have already mastered a specific skill. The second option is perhaps the easiest one, because you already have the right example in front of you. Are cats able to learn new behavior by observing other cats? And do cats mirror their owner’s (yes, you!) personality?
Have you ever wondered how much cats can remember? It might actually be more than you think. If we compare it to dogs, a cat’s memory is thought to be at least 200 times (take that, dogs!) better. But what can they remember exactly? And how long?