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Cats have a well-deserved reputation for sleeping a lot, but they can be surprisingly active and lively when they’re awake. Unfortunately, some cats want to play when their owner wants to sleep. Why won’t the cat sleep at night?  According to the WebMD, domestic cats are descended from the African wildcat (Felis lybica), which is largely nocturnal. While domestic cats have, over the millennia, gradually shifted to a more diurnal schedule, most still wake up at…

Cats are one of the most common pets in most households in America. They evoke the same emotions from their owners and beholders; empathy. Their cute behavior is especially loved by many. Behaviors include playfulness and concealment. If you are a cat owner, then you most probably have gotten into a situation whereby your cat hid and would not budge despite your familiar voice or tricks. You might have also gotten angry and abandoned the…

Getting Your Cat to Play Nicely One of the things that people love the most about their cats is how playful they are. However, that play of theirs can often involve a reasonable bit of aggression. It’s helpful to remember that cats are predators, and this is reflected in a lot of their play activities. According to the ASPCA, this behavior is most common in kittens and cats under two years old. Although play aggression isn’t…

Most Common Behavioral Problems In Cats Ahhhh, the secret life of cats and the things they do that we don’t understand. The behavior of cats can be mysterious and adorable. It can enthrall us and drive us up the wall. It is the negative behaviors our cats sometimes exhibit that can present challenges that leave us questioning our decision to get a cat in the first place. When the unique personality of the cat combines…

We all love cats. They’re animals that have their own personalities, and they express that in a number of different ways. Once you’ve adopted a cat into your home, it can be difficult to adjust the environment to accommodate both you and your cat’s needs. Cats typically establish their rules of territory between the first two weeks and two months at their new household. During this period of time, a cat may take its toll…

Why do they do this? Your wonderful fur-child with the sweet boopable nose must totally hate you. Why else would they keep peeing on what is literally the most expensive piece of furniture you own? We love our fuzzbabies, but we need the peeing to stop. Here’s a quick guide to all you need to know about your cat peeing on your couch: why they do it, why it’s so hard to deal with, and…