It’s finally time to bring out the big guns with the perfect “ugly” sweater. Why wear a boring old “ugly” sweater when you have the option to rock cat sweaters?
They’re wacky. They’re out-of-the-box thinkers. They’re your precious cats. Ever wonder what is going on inside their heads when they do some peculiar things. Luckily for you, we are diving into some of the most common cat behaviors and explaining what they really mean.
There are many things to fear… a black cat isn’t one of them. Over the years, black cats have been surrounded by myths and superstitions, especially during the Halloween season. We’re breaking down some of the myths and playing a little game of true or false.
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When we think of archenemies in the animal world, the first thing that may come to your mind is the feud between cats and dogs. The fight for supremacy between these adorable pets has inspired a lot of movies, novels, and even jokes.
But is it true that there’s no hope for cats and dogs to get along? Or could it be there might be some reasons that they may become best of friends?
So, you finally bought your feline friend a scratching post. You’re excited to try it and so, you gave it a go. You were exhilarated to see your cat to be interested. After all, you had enough having your lovely carpets and other furniture getting unsightly scratches.
A lot of cats have tails. In fact, you would seldom find cats with short tails or with no tails at all. So, you might wonder, why do cats have tails? Is it even useful?
In this post, let us share with you some of the awesome reasons why cats have tails and what purposes it serves for your feline friend.