Separation in cats goes far further than just being clingy and possessive. A common sign of separation anxiety is also vomiting vocalization and excess grooming. Read on to discover why your cat may be anxious and how to help your feline.
Cats love their humans, regardless of the common belief that they are animals who prefer being alone. They love to have their own quiet time from time to time. So, when you leave your cat alone for hours, she may experience loneliness, separation anxiety, or even trauma. Read on to explore ten easy, economical, and fast ways to keep your cat entertained.
Cats are sensitive when it comes to rubbing certain parts of their bodies. Some prefer head rub, while some are crazy about cheek rub. However, do you know why they are so reluctant when it comes to tummy rub? Discover in this article why some cats are tummy rub fans while others aren’t.
Is your cat obese? If so, check this article for concrete steps on weight loss and how to prevent obesity in cats.