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As much as we love our cats, some of the things they do are, well, disgusting, and laying in the litter box is one of them. But why does your kitty commit such a faux pas? Experts put it down to illness, insecurity, the need for seclusion, lack of experience, and a need for personal space. We have compiled an in-depth look into why your cat is lying in the litter box, answering questions like:…

Cats often follow their owners around the house, and some cats even tag along on outdoor walks with the family dogs. But why do our feline friends like to play Follow the Leader? Usually, it is about attention, companionship, or food, or out of anxiety, curiosity, or a need for security. We have put together a guide to help you to understand better why your cat follows you, answering questions like: Why do cats follow…

Your cat lies on your chest for many of the same reasons that we lie close to the ones we love – closeness, security, and comfort. Of course, some cats simply want to stake a claim on their territory, but for the most part, sitting on your chest is all about family bonding. We have created a guide to give you a little more insight into your cat’s behavior. In our guide, we cover: Why…

Your cat may lick your hair as social behavior, or to show affection, spread scent, show interest, or it may be a symptom of anxiety, boredom, or a medical condition that needs veterinary attention. Most cats lick their owner’s hair as a social act. As part of the same family, your cat believes that you and they should have the same scent. Licking your hair is not always just a way to “tag you,” though…

The Flame Point Siamese is the rarest Siamese cat coloration and the most in-demand. The Flame Point Siamese is a talkative and family-friendly companion that is quick to learn and easily trained. Without regular company and stimulation, however, this cat’s vocal protests will not go unheard! If you are considering adding a Flame Point Siamese Cat to your family, it is crucial to know the commitment you are making. To help you to get a…

Sleeping cat owners frequently get bitten while sleeping, but what is the reason behind this nocturnal vampirism? It depends on the cat in question. Cats can “feast” on their sleeping owners out of a desire to play, to signal alarm, to show aggression, to demand food, and to show affection. How do you know the reason behind your cat’s nocturnal biting? We have put together a quick reference to help you to identify the cause…