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    5 Signs Your Cat is Under-Stimulated

    Perhaps the greatest joy of being a cat is getting to lounge around all day. The midday snoozes we look forward to aren’t called “cat naps” for nothing! But while it’s normal for your feline to rest, pet parents often wonder if they really need all that sleep or if they’re simply bored.

    Why Training for Recall is So Important for Pups with High Prey Drives

    Most dog owners have been there—your dog catches a whiff of some nearby rabbit, and all of a sudden, they go berserk. It seems like all your efforts to subdue their hunting instincts are futile. This type of high prey drive is normal in many dog breeds and is perfectly manageable with the right training techniques. But first, dog owners have to understand what a high prey drive is and why they need to keep it under control.

    Do Cats Experience Separation Anxiety?

    Cats have a bad reputation for being loners. Many people think of felines the opposite of how they think of dogs, assuming they are content to be alone and even prefer it to the company of other pets or humans. This is why some cat owners are shocked to discover that their kitty has developed separation anxiety.

    6 Reasons Your Cat Howls All Night Long

    Your cat might be sleepy and quiet throughout the day, but at night, they might come alive, running and playing throughout the house. But what’s even more disruptive is the persistent yowling and crying some cats do throughout the wee hours of the morning while you’re trying to sleep.

    Is Your Cat Urine Marking or Is it a Urinary Problem?

    Discovering that your cat has urinated outside their litter box is never a fun experience. But while your first instinct might be to call the vet to treat your cat’s urinary problem, you should consider why your cat has urinated in the first place.

    Your Ultimate Guide to Winter Cat Care

    Cats have some unique care needs, and these are made even more apparent in the winter months. Once the temperatures drop, snow begins to fall and the days get shorter, you might need to implement a few more elements into your cat’s daily routines.

    5 Ways Pets Are Affected by Winter’s Shorter Days

    Winter’s shorter days and colder temperatures are known for having a range of effects on humans, but did you know they can affect pets, too? Both dogs and cats experience a number of changes, physically and behaviorally, once the temperatures dip and the sun goes down earlier in the day.

    Pay Attention to Your Cat’s Sixth Sense Intuition!

    Like dogs, cats have very powerful senses that allow them to pick up on things humans can’t. Specifically, a cat’s sense of smell and hearing is much more finely tuned than ours, and their night vision and ultra-sensitive sense of touch keep them much more alert throughout the day. But in addition to the basics senses we share, some pet owners believe that their cats have a sixth sense capable of tuning into unspoken emotions, unseen danger or future events.

    Why Is My Independent Cat So Clingy All of the Sudden?


    A lot of cats like their independence. Unlike dogs, these aloof furballs are praised for being low maintenance and taking care of themselves. Aside from mealtime, cats bathe, use the litter box and do pretty much everything else without the help of humans. It’s hard to imagine such proud felines acting clingy, which is why a suddenly clingy kitty can raise some suspicion.

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