Feline Behavior

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Introducing Cats Takes Time – And Distance

When introducing cats to each other, it’s always best to separate them initially for a period of time.


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Moving An Outdoor Cat Indoors

If your cat has spent a lot of time outdoors, is it possible to transition him/her to an indoor life?


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Excessive Vocalization In Cats

Excessive vocalization in cats refers to intensive and excessive meowing, moaning or crying which may occur frequently at various times of the day or night.



The Feline Hierarchic System

Since domestication, cats have adapted to group living and have become a much more social species – which includes a social hierarchy, though not as rigid as it is with dogs.


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Redirecting The Natural Scratching Behavior Of Cats

All felines occasionally need to sharpen their claws. It’s a completely natural and instinctual behavior – but you can train your cat to scratch something other than furniture.


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Aggressive Behavior In Cats

When cats perceive fear, a form of aggressive behavior can ultimately follow but there may be other reasons for feline aggression as well.


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Nocturnal Cats

Despite being nocturnal by nature, many cats have made the shift to sleep when we do but, if your cat is still keeping you up at night, you can help change that behavior.



Coccidiosis In Felines

Coccidia is single-celled parasite that can live in the intestinal tract of your cat. It occurs primarily in felines, more specifically in kittens.