Does your cat dip a paw into his food bowl and then eat his food off the paw or the floor? Does your cat grab a bite from his bowl and then run off into another room to eat? Read to learn more about these unusual cat behaviors and what, if anything, you should do about them.
We all think we know why cats purr. It’s because they’re happy, right? Well…it’s a bit more complicated than that. Let’s explore one of the best things about having a cat in your lap: the mesmerizing, soothing, vibrations we call the purr. My blood pressure dropped a few points just thinking about it.
Have you been touched by a cat paw? What does it mean? A paw touch can actually mean a whole range of things, depending upon the cat and the circumstance. Open the post to see a whole lot of pawsy cats, including a one special copycat from Japan.
You’ve stepped out of the house for an hour. When you return and lean over to give your cat a little pat, she’s all up in your grill, purring and rubbing her forehead against your cheek and chin, like you’ve been gone for a year. What does it mean?