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.
Some cats are picky when it comes to food, other cats have no problem to eat whatever they find on the kitchen table. But are there some types of food that you should never give to your cat as a meal? It’s not because your cat likes something, that they are actually allowed to eat it. Find out in this blog what you can and cannot give to your little purry friend to keep it healthy!
As a cat owner, you probably already know a cat can have some weird habits. They nap in the weirdest places, they like to ignore us, bump their head against your leg to say hi, they like to knock things over for no apparent reason and the list goes on… But at the end of the day, cats will be cats and we will love them no matter what. You may also have noticed that cats prefer to drink running water instead of standing water from a bowl. But why?
Don’t worry, this blog is not about smelly cats, but about their incredible sense of smell! They might be the most important sense organ your purry friend has. Have you ever heard of the flehmen response? Every cat owner has seen it before, but more on that later in this blog!
The body language of a cat is an important tool to understand how a cat is feeling. If you are a fan of our blogs, you may have already seen the blog about what your cat’s tail can tell you (a must-read), but there is a lot more that can help you recognize what they might be thinking. Body language can also help you understand a lot better how cats communicate with other cats and what they really think of each other.