Cat Biting

  • Why does my cat lick me, then bite me?

    If you have a cat at home, you must have noticed how it bites you from time to time after licking you or vice versa. This way, they are trying to socialize with you or […]

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  • Why Does My Cat Lick Me?

    It is quite uncommon for cats to lick their owners extensively as much as dogs do. You would usually expect your cat to rub its tail against your leg or call you lovingly with loud […]

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  • Is your Cat Depressed, and if so, what can you do?

    If you are a meme fan, you might have surely come across the popular character “Grumpy Cat.” However, what you might not know is the fact that cats surely do get grumpy and it could […]

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  • Socializing Kittens to Humans

    Kittens have the demeanor of extreme shyness when they come across strangers. Some grow to adopt the aggressiveness of a Labrador Retriever while others retain their withdrawn behavior. Failing to socialize kittens to humans will […]

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  • My cat licks my hair

    Why Does My Cat Lick My Hair

    Sometimes, you may experience your cat coming over and just licking your hair. It’s so strange, and you might wonder why your cats are obsessed with doing it. You might wonder what the answer to […]

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  • Help! My Cat Hates Me all of A Sudden

    Do you have a good relationship with your cat, but then all of a sudden they start to hate you and act like you ate their firstborn or something? This is a sign of something […]

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  • Why Does My Cat Headbutt Me?

    If someone were to slam his forehead into yours, it would most likely result in a fight. But, when your feline does this to you, it has a different meaning entirely.   Head-butting can be […]

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  • Why Does My Cat Lick My Nose?

    There is a broad notion that cats love independent life and are not affectionate or sociable. However, this is not the definition of most of the cats we live with. Thus, there are still individuals […]

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  • Cat Biting

    Why Does My Cat Bite My Head?

    Many individuals may have asked: Why does my cat bite my head’’ at one point or the other. It is not as straightforward as you think. But if biting your head occurs once in a […]

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  • Crazy Cat

    Cat Night Crazies

    It is a regular night, you are fast asleep, everywhere is quiet and dark, when suddenly you are woken up by the sound of breaking glass, or utensils dropping from their places. The next thing […]

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  • Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome

    Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome

    Feline Hyperesthesia syndrome is an uncommon medical condition that distresses the brain which then results in a couple of weird symptoms in felines. This medical condition affects cats of every age, however, it is typically […]

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  • Running Cat

    Why is my Cat Running around like a Maniac

    There has been a tremendous amount of time expended over decades learning more about training dogs, dog behavior, understanding dogs, and teaching dogs. The majority of people comprehend basic dog behavior and language but however […]

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  • stray cats

    Difference between Feral and Stray Cats

    A feline friend is a stress buster and therapeutic for some people. More often than not, while keeping a cat as a pet, people prefer domestic cats. Domestic cats are a species of cats that […]

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  • Misconceptions about Cats

    Cats have been since the beginning of their time with us as humans, have had their behavior and life become subject to numerous misbeliefs, myths, and even intentional falsities. A couple of these myths have […]

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  • Cat Biting

    Cat Behavior Biting

    Animal behaviorists state that aggression is the second most widespread feline behavior-related problem. Cat aggression tends to not be viewed as seriously as dog aggression, either because dogs tend to be generally larger than cats […]

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