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- 03/18/18--09:28: _Why do cats push th...
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- 07/04/16--08:46: _Sometimes We Should...
- 09/16/16--06:27: _My kitten likes to ...
- 10/31/16--11:24: _Evil cat deliberate...
- 06/02/17--09:36: _How do I know if my...
- 07/26/18--08:49: _Cats exhibit 4 play...
- 10/06/18--12:09: _Yes, I know it’s an...
- 10/15/18--04:18: _Why do you think my...
- 10/22/18--12:10: _Why do cats chase t...
- 11/22/18--04:58: _Why does our cat al...
- 06/07/15--00:15: It’s Easy to Provoke Aggressive Play in a Cat
- 09/06/15--23:52: What is behind the behavior of this male cat?
- 07/04/16--08:46: Sometimes We Should Accept Being Bitten By Our Cat
- 10/31/16--11:24: Evil cat deliberately trips up todler in kitchen and enjoys it
- 06/02/17--09:36: How do I know if my cats are playing or fighting?
- 07/26/18--08:49: Cats exhibit 4 play patterns
- 10/06/18--12:09: Yes, I know it’s another cat in a cardboard box but it’s different
- 10/15/18--04:18: Why do you think my cat won’t play with his toys if I put them away?
- 10/22/18--12:10: Why do cats chase their tails?
- 11/22/18--04:58: Why does our cat always play with his toys behind our curtains?
There are two possible reasons why domestic cats push things off shelves, tables or over edges of any kind. Play Domestic cats “animate” an inanimate object by pushing it over the edge of a table or shelf. The object falls … please continue reading
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
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
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
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
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
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
According to Dr Desmond Morris domestic cats exhibit 4 fundamental play patterns. Although they are modified by a cat’s individual characteristics. The picture below is of an F2 Savannah cat playing in an off-the-peg cat toy: a tunnel. I suppose … please continue reading
A cute, vocal kitten plays the fool in a cardboard box with a round hole in it. I like the way the owner is telling her cat to get out of the box “otherwise you are going to hurt yourself…”. … please continue reading
The person asking the question says that when she puts her cat toys away her cat won’t play with them. He won’t do this even when the toys can be found and got at easily. Are cat toys successful? Let’s … please continue reading
Why do cats chase their tails? The answer is obvious but I’ll answer the question because someone’s asked it. They chase their tails to play. It is just another version of play hunting. All cat games are based on the … please continue reading
Why does our cat always play with his toys behind our curtains? This is a very typical domestic cat play strategy. It’s because cats create challenges when play-hunting. My cat stuffs his toys under the the furniture and tries to … please continue reading