Companionship helps cats. Cats alone. Socializing helps cats hunt small prey. However, you can give your cat a great pal.
Check your cat's setup. Not you—your pet. The litter box, litter, positioning, and cleaning frequency determine success.
Scratching helps cats. New cat parents underestimate the complexity.
Environmental enrichment can prevent many cat behavior issues. Cats have incredible senses, are natural hunters, and need excitement.
Your cat does everything for a purpose. Cats misbehave accidentally. Cats don't plan to bother you at night.
Don't confuse family members when exercising. Inconsistent pet owners don't teach cats what's acceptable and what's not.
All cats—whether rescued or bought—need regular veterinary care. Before diagnosing a behavioral issue, have your cat examined by a professional.
Respect your cat's distance-increasing requests and body language. Respecting your cat's non-interference signs will build trust.
Cats weigh 40 pounds more. Cat obesity disproves self-regulation. Your vet can recommend cat food portions based on age, health, body type, and activity.
Daily catplay. Hunters move. Daily interactive play benefits all cats, whether they can do backflips or are more inactive seniors.