Behaviour

8 Ways to Say ‘I Love You’ in Cat Language

Most cat lovers already know that giving their feline friends lots of affection and cat treats will keep them content. But what are some ways to express a little deeper affection for your cat? You may strengthen your relationship with your cat by understanding more about its innate behaviour. These are eight cute ways to[...]
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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Your dog may occasionally take a mouthful of grass while out on a stroll or play in the park. Ever wonder why dogs behave that way? There are numerous theories about why dogs eat grass. Many people think that dogs try to make themselves throw up when they eat grass. They believe it to be[...]
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Aggression in Cats

Cats are small and frequently the target of other animals, which leaves them open to a variety of threats. Everybody who has a cat is aware of the need to protect it, especially from potential hazards outside the home. This vulnerability explains why cats automatically become aggressive when they perceive a threat. Moreover, fear, a[...]
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Why Do Dogs Kick After Pooping?

Have you ever witnessed your dog kicking its back legs after going potty? When a dog does this, it appears as though they are wiping their hind paws. Dogs may or may not engage in this behaviour, and the severity can vary. Some dogs may kick their paws once and then proceed to walk away,[...]
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Why Do Cats Knock Things Over?

Every cat owner is familiar with the scenario: their cat gets fixated on anything that is on a desk, table, or counter. Eventually, a paw reaches out. The cat looks carefully as the object falls to the ground.  This might seem like just another tiny quirk of our feline pals, but there are scientific causes[...]
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6 Common Puppy Actions and What They Mean

6 Common Puppy Actions and What They Mean You just bought a new puppy, so you undoubtedly have a lot of questions about your new housemate who is furry. Some of your dog’s habits can baffle you. Why, for instance, does the puppy sleep so much? When I try to pet her, why does she[...]
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Signs a Cat Is Dying

We all worry about losing our cherished feline family members as pet owners. While we may wish for our cats to age gracefully and pass away naturally, the majority of cats eventually succumb to a chronic, life-threatening, or fatal condition. Fortunately, we have the choice to offer hospice care and euthanasia to lessen their suffering.[...]
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Why Do Cats Groom Themselves So Much?

Cats are extremely hygienic. They typically find themselves in yoga-like poses licking themselves down when they’re not resting or eating. Cats may groom themselves for as much as half of their awake hours! They have a routine for their grooming practises, almost like a ritual. It’s simple to see why people enjoy cleanliness, but their[...]
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At What Age Are Cats Fully Grown?

A kid is often regarded as an adult when they become 18 years old. But what about the members of our feline family? At What Age Are Cats Fully Grown? When should you start giving them adult cat food? There isn’t a set age at which a cat stops developing; instead, your cat will pass[...]
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