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Passionate about cat welfare

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    This is a strange cat behavior problem and I don’t have a ready made answer. Or any solid answer except some guesses or more questions. The problem has been raised by one of the Catster visitors and we are going … please continue reading

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  • 04/03/13--01:32: Cat and Rug Pictures
  • Are modern wooden floors cat unfriendly? If they are, rugs are certainly the opposite. Cats love ’em. In Britain a lot of people have ripped up their carpets and put down artificial wood flooring. You have that sheer, spacious, modern … please continue reading

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    This video shows the beautiful snow leopard beautifully, in the wild, on top of a high ridge in the Upper Spiti landscape in Himashal Pradesh, India. The wonderfully fit looking and athletic snow leopards that you see in the video … please continue reading

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    I’ll speculate and keep this short. Cats sense when you are about to come home because your scent in the home, in the air, has faded to a certain point which is precisely inline with the time you usually come … please continue reading

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    Michael Broad’s recent article, “What do cats smell like?” delighted me so much that it instantly inspired me to write my own article concerning a little secret for years about which I had been more than slightly reluctant to share … please continue reading

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    People search for information about cats being aggressive after they have been anesthetised at a veterinary clinic and return home. The question is: does the anaesthetic change the cat’s personality from calm to aggressive or is something else happening such … please continue reading

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    John Bradshaw in his book The Feline Enigma Revealed believes or speculates that although we decide where to stroke our cat based upon our experiences and what we know are their preferences, most cats: “…indicate precisely where they wish to … please continue reading

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    This is an interesting example of what can happen to elderly cats. In this instance an 18-year-old male cat who was always affectionate become almost totally deaf and as a consequence he became even more affectionate; excessively so, according to … please continue reading

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  • 06/01/15--04:53: Cats Love Shoes
  • Cats love shoes. They love your scent inside shoes. Here are 9 photos to prove it! Cats can indulge in scent exchange inside a shoe! They deposit their scent onto the shoe and take your scent off it. This makes … please continue reading

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    Dr John Bradshaw, PhD, the well-known cat behaviour expert at the University of Bristol, UK, says that with respect to the feline grandparents of domestic cats, most cats will never meet them and therefore they will never remember them. That … please continue reading

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    After I have used my bath towel following a shower, my cat, Gabriel, loves the smell of it. He loves to roll around in it and is pleased to be covered by it. From my understanding of the domestic cat, … please continue reading

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    When my cat greets me at the front door his tail is up and he rubs the side of his body against my hands as I untie the laces of my shoes. Incidentally, the tail-up position as a greeting between … please continue reading

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    It seems fair to suggest that tigers use facial markings to recognize each other combined with their body scent (odor). In other words, they use appearance and smell to identify neighbors and relatives. This is how humans recognise each other … please continue reading

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  • 04/29/17--14:42: Cat Peeing On Walls
  • A cat peeing on walls inside the home is scent marking territory. Strictly speaking it is not what is euphemistically described as ‘inappropriate elimination’ because the cat’s objective is not to eliminate urine because his bladder is full but to … please continue reading

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  • 05/11/17--04:25: Cat Detection Dog
  • Handsome Molly is a cat detection dog and the only one in the UK. She has been trained to find missing cats. This has got to be a brilliant idea. Colin Butcher runs Pet Detectives. He had the idea. He … please continue reading

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    I have just written about a cat detection dog in the UK called Molly. She is very successful. She is well-trained. This is an alternative solution. It is an interesting solution and one that I find less believable but nonetheless … please continue reading

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    Although cats don’t always put their bums in your face, they do it enough to question what is going on. It is particularly noticeable for humans because we are inherently squeamish about toilet matters – you know what I mean. … please continue reading

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    People search for information about cats being aggressive after they have been anesthetised at a veterinary clinic and return home. The question is: does the anaesthetic change the cat’s personality from calm to aggressive or is something else happening such … please continue reading

    The post Cat Aggressive After Anesthesia appeared first on PoC.


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    John Bradshaw in his book The Feline Enigma Revealed believes or speculates that although we decide where to stroke our cat based upon our experiences and what we know are their preferences, most cats: “…indicate precisely where they wish to … please continue reading

    The post Most cats indicate where they wish to be stroked appeared first on PoC.


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    This is an interesting example of what can happen to elderly cats. In this instance an 18-year-old male cat who was always affectionate become almost totally deaf and as a consequence he became even more affectionate; excessively so, according to … please continue reading

    The post My Elderly Cat Has Become Obsessively Affectionate appeared first on PoC.


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