You may see some dried or fresh cilantro (or ‘coriander’) in your kitchen and wonder if it is something your cat can eat.
How many times have you been chased by your pet when you opened your kitchen or refrigerator door?
As cat owners, we often wonder whether certain human foods are safe for our feline babies.
As much as we love our cats, sometimes it can be challenging to pet them. Unlike other pets, cats are more playful and like to play around their owners.
The cat’s love for food is not a secret; neither is the complex personality of this cute animal. Cats have a complicated personality, which is quite well-known to people who have been keeping cats for a long time.
Has your cat been eyeing the spicy food you cook? Do you think it is because your cat has developed a taste for spicy food? – It might not be as close to reality as you imagine!
If your cat has recently started meowing while she is eating, or been done with it for a long time, you should be worried as it is not normal for cats to talk especially while they are eating.
A cat that lays down after it has just eaten may indicate early symptoms of some serious underlying issues. At the same time, this can be nothing but a new habit for your cat.
You might have seen the eternal connection between Cat & Fish, or perhaps Cat & Mouse – just not the friendly one! Fishes, Mice, Sparrows, etc. have been the favorite food of cats since eternity.
As a cat owner, it is easy to want to include your cat in everything you do; working on your laptop, taking a nap, eating breakfast. On the surface, these activities seem innocent.