Have you ever stumbled into your living room and had the feeling you were living with a small Wolverine? Your cat seems to prefer to scratch every piece of furniture in your house, except the thing you bought for them to scratch on. Why do cats scratch and can you teach them not to scratch your furniture? Read it in our new Sunday blog!
Suddenly without any warning, your cat decides to not use the litter box anymore and it starts peeing everywhere in your house. As a cat owner, it’s never fun to constantly clean up after your cat, but why is your purry friend doing this? First of all, it’s important to realize your cat is not doing this on purpose to annoy you. Every cat that shows this behavior has a good reason to do this. And don’t worry, they are not mad at you!
Nowadays, a lot of attention is given to the fact cats need to play. But how can you get your cat to play if you haven’t done this much in the past? Or what if your cat has already reached an older age and prefers to relax in the couch while you are working out? Here are some tips to inspire you!
Imagine it’s a lazy Sunday afternoon and you are relaxing with your cat on the couch. You are petting your purry friend and you can clearly see it is enjoying your company. You hear the lovely sound of purring when suddenly out of the blue your cat has had enough and it decides to scratch or bite you. Wait, what just happened? Why is your cat doing this and is there something you can do about it?
Cats and mirrors, put them together in one room and there is a big chance you will see something funny. Have a quick look on the internet and you will find plenty of cat videos where you can see all kinds of cat reactions on their own reflection. But what does a cat actually see in the mirror? Can they recognize themselves? And do they see a bird when it appears on television?