Behavior Of Cats

Cats are also wonderful animals. They are friendly and quite conscious in every act. Prior to buying cats as pets, it is advised to learn about their behavior and nature. They do have some behavioral issues like using the litter box, biting, being destructive with their claws, and excessive attention seeking problem. Always remember that cats are not at all bad in behavior, they are just uninformed a little in their nature and need care given to them. You must try to solve their behavioral problems one by one so that your pet cat does not feel confused and frustrated. Here are some most referred to behavioral issues in cats: Attention-Seeking Behavior: Cats do have attention-seeking behavior as well as increased vocalization when together. The causes of these things may differ from one cat to another like emotional problems, physical pain, excessive punishment to the cat, and so on. If they are suffering from Rippling Skin Disorder, this may also result in howling in the night hours. Feeling Aggressive Towards Other Cats: When you have cats in pairs or own more than 2 cats at home, it may result in fights between them. In case the aggression is continuous and

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Melena in Cats

Melena in cats can be a life threatening illness and it is something that should not be ignored. If it exists over a period of time or if it becomes worse, it could cost your cat its life. The first inclination of many cat owners is that it is simply something that your cat may have eaten and tend to ignore it; but ignoring it could place your cat in severe jeopardy. Melena is a situation where digested blood is found in your cat’s feces and as a result the stools will appear black and tarry. It is often confused for Hematochezia, which is red or fresh blood in the stool, but it is a completely different set of conditions. This condition is caused by a lower gastrointestinal disease and although it can becomes serious, is usually just a minor occurrence in your pet. Melena is a much more serious threat to your cat and affects the stomach. Melena may be caused by swallowing blood from a tooth infection or from licking a wound, but that is extremely rare in cats. It could also be caused by a clotting disorder but that is also rare. In most all cases this

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Anorexia in Cats

Anorexia in cats is a symptom and not an actual disease. While it is often caused by an underlying illness it can also be the result your cat is recovering from an illness. However, there are several cases in which your cat may just be a very picky eater. If it is a case of your pet losing their appetite and just not wanting to eat, there are several remedies that may help to jump start your cat to begin eating again. Anorexia is much different in cats than in humans where it is considered by many to be a psychological issue; while in cats it simply means that your pet has a decrease of appetite, or in severe cases, a complete loss of appetite. But not eating will soon lead to malnutrition in your pet and this could take their life if it continues. Your cat stores the fat that is derived from foods in their liver. Extended periods of your pet not eating properly will start to put pressure on the liver which is where the fat reserves are stored. Prolonged bouts of anorexia will eventually cause several forms of liver damage, including hepatic lipidosis, which is also

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Cats Spraying

What do people mean when they talk about cats spraying? Perhaps you have witnessed this scene: Your lovely cat backs up to a vertical surface such as a wall, window, or piece of furniture with its tail lifted, and directs a bit of what appears to be urine in a fine spray on to the area. This action is normally accompanied by a strong shaking movement of the tail, at times striding with the back feet, and a look of strong concentration on the face of the cat. Cats spraying should not be thought of as a litter box crisis. It is actually a significant part of non-spoken communication between cats. Spraying helps them to create identity markers and assure other cats whose place is whose. Basically cats mark their areas by means of the cats spraying a small bit of urine for them to deposit pheromones. Pheromones are a kind of substance produced by animals which mainly served as a sort of chemical communication. Cats, in general, have pheromones that are veiled in different areas of their body. By sending signals to other cats through spraying, they give off information such as their age, health, territories, and other facts

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Cats Meowing

The sound of every species of the animal kingdom is very unique and intriguing. From the pleasant chirps of birds to the deep roars of lions one will surely have fun just listening to them. To most of us it is the sound of our house pets that seem to be the most frequent and heartwarming to hear. Perhaps the animal with the most intriguing and captivating sound is the cat. Cats are normally very silent creatures but they are still capable of producing a sound called a “meow” which can range from very high pitches to very low tones.  Cats meow for many reasons and due to a lot of circumstances they experience and encounter. One thing that may cause your cats meowing is of course their biology or their natural bodily functions. Cats meow primarily due to their sexual hormones and drives. When a female cat is in heat or in estrus, she will meow very loudly continuously and incessantly. Her meows invite nearby male cats letting them know that she is ready to mate and reproduce. Female cats in heat have meows that are very high and loud and often painful sounding, which will usually cause inexperienced

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PETS: Be ready to evacuate in case of fire Add these other essential items: A first aid kit that includes a two-week supply of any medications the pet requires; a sheet that lists dietary restrictions, feeding schedules, etc. and photocopies of medical records with proof of all vaccinations … Read more on Red Bluff Daily News Magazine honors Findlay hospital The calico cat "tinkerbell" in this picture has been missing about a week and a half. We have a dog door and the cats love to go out and hunt but normally come home every night. Her sister butter ran away about a month or so ago and was gone a week … Read more on The Courier Health district meeting planned The calico cat "tinkerbell" in this picture has been missing about a week and a half. We have a dog door and the cats love to go out and hunt but normally come home every night. Her sister butter ran away about a month or so ago and was gone a week … Read more on The Courier