There's a lot to consider when deciding if your cat must live an indoor or outdoor life. What if there was a way to have the best of both worlds?
You know you love your cat. But you've gotta wonder: Do cats feel love? Research says: Yes! Along with jealousy, embarrassment, and much more.
Ugh, it’s happened again. You’ve returned home to the overwhelming smell of cat pee – and this time, it’s on your clothes. This guide will walk you through five primary reasons why your cat might be peeing on your clothes and how to stop this unwanted behavior, depending on the cause.
Why do cats love boxes? Hiding in enclosed spaces helps reduce cats' stress, scientists say. And new research shows that imaginary boxes do the job, too.
Cats can be conditioned just like almost any living thing capable of learning. Conditioning is a process through which an animal is taught to give a specific response – either voluntary or involuntary – to a stimulus. The most famous example of this is Pavlov’s experiments.
Is your pet safer as an indoor or outdoor cat? Since the latter face disease, fighting, and collisions, the former might be best. Get more details here.
How to live with two cats (or more) of different ages? Some of the most critical things to keep in mind when raising multiple cats of varying age groups in the same household are: a gradual, calm introduction period, multiple litter boxes, stress mitigation, and spaying/neutering. Managing all these factors will ensure your home stays peaceful.