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Passionate about cat welfare

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    When your kitties are chasing each other around the house. running at full speed, does the sound of their little paws skittering over the floor resemble those of a herd of galloping horses? Even though most of our home has … please continue reading

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    This video is entitled “Fearless fish makes cat crazy”. Do you think that is what is going on? I don’t. I can guess what is going on for the cat. This sweet looking cat which looks like a Persian kitten, … please continue reading

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    Cats stop playing with toys because they are frustrated and then bored but it need not always be that way with cats and toys. Cats think they are hunting when they play with toys. But it appears that cats don’t … please continue reading

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  • 12/16/14--01:15: I’m a giant cat toy
  • Does your cat treat you as a giant cat toy? It is easy to become a playmate for your cat especially of your cat is young. It is also completely normal. The cat owner can dictate, to a certain extent, … please continue reading

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    I suppose this is a classic example of how anything – usually rubbish – which comes to hand, can be a great cat toy. Gabriel can play for up to an hour constantly and without my involvement (other than supplying … please continue reading

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    How intelligent and energetic is your cat play? My cat is impressive on both counts. Here’s Gabriel playing:   I think the first part shows his intelligence and the second part his energy. Clearly, energy and interest are dependent on … please continue reading

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  • 02/01/15--05:38: Cats Play with Prey
  • Cats do genuinely play with prey. They are not torturing it. Neither are they are protecting themselves and trying to stun their prey. They are simply enjoying playing with the mouse or whatever the prey item happens to be. The … please continue reading

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    This is a cats versus bananas contest. The bananas win.   It seems to me that domestic cats aren’t very good at distinguishing between living and non-living objects using their eyesight based in this well produced, amusing video. I enjoyed … please continue reading

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  • 02/21/15--00:26: ADHD Cats
  • Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is a medical term used to describe hyperactive young children. It is classified as a medical condition although sometimes I doubt whether it actually is. There appears to be a similarity in the behaviour of … please continue reading

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    My cat has done this. He has several toys and he has taken them away and hidden them somewhere. Despite a lot of searching I can’t find them. I don’t believe they are in the apartment any more. My current … please continue reading

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    This will be extremely brief! If you have a young cat who bites you too hard when he plays with you, you can stop him or make him take notice by pretending to be hurt. This means screaming a little. … please continue reading

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    It easy to provoke aggressive play in a cat and people should be aware of this and be aware of what they are getting into.  I’m not saying that all cats will respond in the same way to a tease … please continue reading

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    View post on imgur.com This is rather mysterious cat behavior. The kittens have been dumped onto a hard surface; I suspect for the purpose of making the video. They are probably looking for their mother and a warm surface. The … please continue reading

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    There are times and circumstances under which we should accept being bitten by our cat. We can even enjoy it to a certain extent (and I don’t mean masochistically!). Our cat certainly expects us to enjoy it. This is because … please continue reading

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    By Linda Intro by Michael: this is a comment from a lady who wants advice on how to stop her kitten’s behavior: I have a female black kitten. She is a 10 month (?) old bobtail kitten. I’m new to … please continue reading

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    Is this cat really getting some enjoyment out of tripping up an infant in the kitchen by sticking out his paw to catch the right leg of the child as she passes? To the untrained eye it looks like that. … please continue reading

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    I think the answer to this question can be found in the relationship between the cats. If the relationship is good and they are friendly with each other, they may play/fight especially if they are young. This will be ‘play’ … please continue reading

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  • 02/01/15--05:38: Cats Play with Prey
  • Cats do genuinely play with prey. They are not torturing it. Neither are they are protecting themselves and trying to stun their prey. They are simply enjoying playing with the mouse or whatever the prey item happens to be. The … please continue reading

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    This is a cats versus bananas contest. The bananas win.   It seems to me that domestic cats aren’t very good at distinguishing between living and non-living objects using their eyesight based in this well produced, amusing video. I enjoyed … please continue reading

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  • 02/21/15--00:26: ADHD Cats
  • Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is a medical term used to describe hyperactive young children. It is classified as a medical condition although sometimes I doubt whether it actually is. There appears to be a similarity in the behaviour of … please continue reading

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