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Do Cats Like Hugs?

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Do Cats Like Hugs? Many cat owners have wondered why their cats does not like hugs and how to make it more affectionate and open to hugs? Feline experts believe that each cat has its specific personality that can be more or less prone to cuddling and hugging. They also think that certain breeds such as Burmese and Ragdoll cats are naturally more predisposed to make a deep and strong bond with their owners. On the other hand, some cats […]

How to Earn a Cat’s Trust?

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How to Earn a Cat’s Trust? When we bring back home a new cat, especially if it is an older shelter cat, we might face a trust issue. Sometimes, we can find ourselves thinking how to earn more trust in a current relationship with our cat. Whatever the reason might be, it is not easy to make a cat trust again. For cats, the trust issue is extremely high on their list of priorities. Feline experts advise us to be […]

Before Allowing Cat Outside, Here Are Several Tips

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Before Allowing Cat Outside, Here Are Several Tips After we have decided that our little kitten will have outdoor access, we should consider several things. Feline experts give us a few tips that are essential to ensure safety in cat’s outside adventures. They do not recommend allowing a kitten outside if he has less than 14 months. According to them, he should get all prescribed vaccines before we let him go outside. However, when a kitten reaches 14 months, he […]

Cats and Honeysuckle

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Cats and Honeysuckle Almost two third of cats like catnip. According to feline experts, these cats carry a genetic predisposition to recognize and react to catnip. Namely, experts claim that the cats who are not affected by catnip are usually the ones that do not belong to breeds from areas where catmint was cultivated in the past. Their ancestors were not exposed to the plant, and consequently, they do not develop certain genes that can react to it. The cats, […]

Do Cats Feel Lonely?

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Do Cats Feel Lonely? Cats are solitary animals and many owners take for granted that they do not feel lonely when left at home for a long time. Even though they are not ‘pack’ animals like dogs, they are social. The difference between cats and dogs when it comes to socialisation is in type and duration of social contact they need during a day. Unlike dogs, cats do not need social contacts all day long. They are content with less […]