Cats are the cleanest pets – they groom themselves all day long and, usually, only use the litter box. It is very unpleasant to wake up one day and notice that your beloved fluff urinated outside the litter box or, even worse, on you!
If you are ticklish and laugh out loud just by thinking about it, you have gargalesis – a specific type of laughter triggered by tickling. But what about cats? Are they ticklish too?
Most of us like the feeling that a bubble bath or a glass of wine while sitting on the couch, eventually combined with aromatherapy, gives us when we are stressed.
How many times have you been chased by your pet when you opened your kitchen or refrigerator door?
Cats are amazing creatures – fast yet light-feet and steady yet uniquely mobile. With such unique characteristics, it is normal to wonder if cats have legs and share the same anatomy structures as humans.
The majority of cats have excellent vision and can see well in low lights. Their vision is not the same as ours and they can see shapes and movement better, even when the light is low.
You may see some dried or fresh cilantro (or ‘coriander’) in your kitchen and wonder if it is something your cat can eat.
Unlike dogs, cats are very independent animals and less willing to please their owner.
As cat owners, we often wonder whether certain human foods are safe for our feline babies.
Who hasn’t heard of the vacuum cleaning robots, Roomba? This intelligent technology, although very practical, can sometimes put cat owners in trouble