Cats are sensitive animals. A stressed out cat is a common phenomenon among cats and is something we should try to avoid as much as possible. Stress can be caused by several reasons. It usually happens when the needs of a cat cannot be fulfilled anymore or when it ends up in an unpredictable environment. In this blog, you can find some tips on how to handle this.
When you are a cat owner that loves their little purry friend and cares about them, then you probably like to pick them up once in a while. But do cats like to be picked up? A lot of cats actually don’t like this and will resist slightly. Other cats don’t tolerate this at all and will try to scratch and bite. But why do cats not like this and is there something you can do about it?
Do you already have a cute cat at home, but are you considering taking another one in your home to spoil it with love and attention? Maybe the cat of a friend or relative just had kittens and they are looking for people to adopt them? Adding a new cat to the family can be difficult for the new cat, but for the present one as well. In this blog you will find some tips and problems you should avoid when your cat family is expanding.
If it was up to your cat, they would probably eat all day long. As with most topics about cat behavior, not everybody shares the same opinion. You could state there are two big groups: those who say cats should only eat two times a day and those who say cats should eat multiple times a day or just whenever they want. But which group is right?
Some people are against indoor cats and strongly feel cats should be able to play outside. Other cat owners don’t see the problem. We will let you in on a secret: indoor cats can be just as happy as outdoor cats, so they are right! Sometimes the circumstances make it just impossible for your cat to go outside and get back in without bothering anyone. Living in a high apartment is just one of those examples. In this blog we will share some great tips to keep your indoor cat happy!