As a cat owner, you must have experienced your cat gagging sometimes. A gag reflex in cats might be a result of inhalation or ingestion of something.
Cat people often wonder whether cats get more affectionate with age.
There is nothing better than sleeping together with your cat – sharing the same bed and the same blanket.
Although it seems that only felines stretch their paws (because they do it very often), the truth is that all animals adopt this behavior.
Feral and domestic cats that have the opportunity to go outside hunt all kinds of small animals, from small rodents, birds, small reptiles, to rabbits and squirrels, and insects.
Cats are notorious for their cleaning and self-care vigorous practices. They are the neat freaks of the animal world.
We have all seen cats, which, perhaps out of the blue, smack or lick their lips, some doing it while they sleep. But have you ever wondered what this behavior hides?
When it comes to pawing, you may observe that these powerful felines tend to paw at anything and everything, which may be concerning to some owners when they are not aware of common cat behavior.
Cats are strong-hearted yet friable creatures but they do not get scared easily. The problem may be bigger than just bananas and cucumbers if you notice your cat exhibiting symptoms of fear and anxiety.
As a devoted cat parent you know how strongly cats are drawn to warmth. Cats enjoy the ray of sunshine penetrating through the window, the warmth out of the wood stove and the heat our bodies generate and radiate.