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From acts of service to words of affirmation, do you know which love language is your cat’s favorite? #CatBehavior #Cats
If you’re a cat owner, you’re probably familiar with the sandpaper feeling of your cat licking you. We may never know the answer to “Why does my cat lick me?” but there are a few possibilities! Read more about them in our blog.
If you’re a cat owner, you’re probably familiar with the sandpaper feeling of your cat licking you. We may never know the answer to “Why does my cat lick me?” but there are a few possibilities! Read more about them in our blog.

Cat Behavior

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Have you ever wondered what the most popular cat breeds are? According to the Cat Fanciers' Association, they are the ragdoll, exotic, British shorthair, Persian and Maine coon. Check out our blog to learn more about these breeds!
From the easygoing ragdoll cat to the water-loving Maine coon, here are the top five most popular cat breeds and their common traits. Learn more about why these breeds are popular and how we compiled this list in our blog! #PopularCats #Ragdoll #Exotic #BritishShorthair #Persian #MaineCoon
Want to adopt a cat but don't want your home covered in cat hair? From Cornish rex to Siamese cats, check out eight cat breeds that shed less. For additional shedding control tips, check out our blog. #CatAdoptiong #CatBreeds

Cat Breeds

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There isn’t a specific age when a cat moves into the senior category, but senior cats are typically older than 11 years and considered geriatric if they’re 15 years or older. Cats are living longer than ever now thanks to an indoor lifestyle, better nutrition and advancements in veterinary medicine. Learn more about senior cats in our blog. #SeniorCat
Black cats are a staple of Halloween costumes, decorations, scary stories and party themes, but do you know how they got their dark reputation? Visit our blog to learn more about the history behind black cats. #Halloween #Mythology #BlackCats
So what is it about cats that gives them their superior balance? It’s all in their anatomy. Head to our blog to learn why cats can balance on pretty much anything. #CatFacts #CatBalance #FelineFacts

Cat Facts

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"Lilo wouldn’t even get up to get dinner, we had to bring food to her," Bui told BuzzFeed. "They cuddled for hours and hours and hours."
Cute Kitten looking so cute when they sleep.

Cute Kittens

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Anyone else jealous of Pebbles' sweet setup? We definitely are! 😍 #CuteCat #CatBed #DiamondCat
WORK 👏 THAT 👏 BANDANA 👏 TIGGER! 👏 #CuteCats #DiamondCats #CatLife

Cute Cats

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Macy is enjoying some fresh air and sunshine today! #CuteCat #AdventureCat #TabbyCat
Poppy is one fierce and confident kitty here to remind you what she already knows: you are enough just as you are. #CuteCat #CatPhotos
Looks like Sunkiss is getting some sun this #Caturday! ☀️ What are you and your furry friend up to? Let us know!

Diamond Cats

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Cat Love Languages
From acts of service to words of affirmation, do you know which love language is your cat’s favorite? #CatBehavior #Cats
Series of branded graphics featuring a white kitten licking a human’s hand. Copy on the images answer the question of why cats may lick you, such as to show affection or to groom you and demonstrate that you’re part of their family and share a special bond. They could also lick you as a way to mark their territory or they may be enjoying the salty flavor of your skin after a workout. Nature, Cat Knowledge, Expressions Of Love, Sms Language, Adorable Cats, Cat Owner, Cat Facts
What Does It Mean When a Cat Licks You?
If you’re a cat owner, you’re probably familiar with the sandpaper feeling of your cat licking you. We may never know the answer to “Why does my cat lick me?” but there are a few possibilities! Read more about them in our blog.
Series of branded graphics featuring a white kitten licking a human’s hand. Copy on the images answer the question of why cats may lick you, such as to show affection or to groom you and demonstrate that you’re part of their family and share a special bond. They could also lick you as a way to mark their territory or they may be enjoying the salty flavor of your skin after a workout.
What Does It Mean When a Cat Licks You?
If you’re a cat owner, you’re probably familiar with the sandpaper feeling of your cat licking you. We may never know the answer to “Why does my cat lick me?” but there are a few possibilities! Read more about them in our blog.
Branded graphic with a navy blue background and illustrated photos of cats. Copy on the image reads “Cold weather cat breeds who are ready for winter snow.” Cats featured are the Russian blue, Siberian cat, Maine coon cat and Norwegian forest cat. Norwegian Forest Cat, Cat Things, Winter Cat, Cats Rule, Siberian Cat, Forest Cat, Cat Help, Outdoor Cats
Cold Weather Cat Breeds
Like humans, cats have their own preferences, and some are better suited for colder weather than others. Find out who the best winter cat breeds are and why they’re more adapted to living in cold climates in our blog!
Plain kraft paper background with three photos of different cat breeds that are better for people with allergies. There is text that reads “The best cat breeds for people with allergies: Sphynx, Cornish rex, Devon rex, Russian blue, Javanese, Balinese, Siberian and Bengal. Remember that no cat is truly 100 percent hypoallergenic and these breeds can still cause an allergic reaction in some people. Learn more about these cat breeds and what causes allergies in our blog.” Best Cat Breeds, Cat Ownership, Cat Allergies, Allergy Symptoms, Best Cat, Love Cats, You Gave Up, Cool Cats
The Best Cat Breeds for People with Allergies
If you love cats but you get allergy symptoms at the mere sight of one, don’t give up on your dream of cat ownership just yet. Even though cats are one of the most allergenic animals, there are some breeds that are less likely to cause reactions than others — including some long-haired breeds. Read our blog to learn more about the cause of cat allergies and the best way to minimize allergic reactions. #CatBreeds #CatAllergy #CatTips
Light blue and white background. Headline reads “When is a senior cat a senior?” Below headline is an illustration of two cats, one gray and one blue with white cheeks standing next to a start line. Text above blue and white cat reads “Senior = 11+ years old. Text above gray cat reads “Geriatric = 15+ years old.” Senior Cats, Older Cats, Senior Cat, Veterinary Medicine, Live Long, A Cat, To Tell
How to Tell When a Senior Cat Is a Senior
There isn’t a specific age when a cat moves into the senior category, but senior cats are typically older than 11 years and considered geriatric if they’re 15 years or older. Cats are living longer than ever now thanks to an indoor lifestyle, better nutrition and advancements in veterinary medicine. Learn more about senior cats in our blog. #SeniorCat
Black Cat Mythology and Superstitions
Black cats are a staple of Halloween costumes, decorations, scary stories and party themes, but do you know how they got their dark reputation? Visit our blog to learn more about the history behind black cats. #Halloween #Mythology #BlackCats
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Dogs and Cats Can Have Dominant Paws
Just like humans, dogs and cats can be left-pawed or right-pawed, meaning they have a dominant paw. Do you want to find out which one your pet is? Take a look at some ways you can test it! #PetPaws #PetBehavior #PetFacts
Light gray exotic shorthair cat balancing on the back of a chair and looking up. Image copy reads: “Why do cats have such amazing balance?” Anatomy Head, Fall Cats, Vestibular System, But Why, About Cats, Pretty Much
Why Cats Have Amazing Balance
So what is it about cats that gives them their superior balance? It’s all in their anatomy. Head to our blog to learn why cats can balance on pretty much anything. #CatFacts #CatBalance #FelineFacts
Tan pug lying down with head resting on a pink mat. Copy reads: If you find that your pet is sleeping the day away even more than usual, there might be a reason — seasonal affective disorder. Symptoms include: Feeling listless, sad or down most of the day, nearly every day. Losing interest in activities your pet once enjoyed. Having low energy and feeling sluggish. Ways to help include: Go outside and get you and your pet some sunshine and playtime in the great outdoors. Pet Health, Seasonal Affective, Vet Medicine, Sleeping Too Much, Cat Sleeping, Low Energy
Pets Can Get S.A.D.
Is your dog or cat sleeping more than usual, less excited to go on walks, or overall having low energy? They may be experiencing symptoms of S.A.D. — seasonal affective disorder. Check out our blog to learn more symptoms and how you can help your pet. #PetFacts #PetMentalHealth #PetHealth
Brown and white dog chewing on tennis ball close to camera and a black and white dog staring in background. Headline reads "Peculiar Pet Facts: Pets Can Be Jealous." Copy explains that some pets may exhibit attention-seeking behaviors resembling jealousy, such as snapping, scratching, growling, hissing, and pushing. Ways to address this include ignoring the behavior, providing distractions, and rewarding good behavior. Consult a veterinarian for concerns or questions about your pet's behavior. Signs Of Jealousy, Attention Seeking Behavior, Attention Seeking, Pet Hacks, Human Emotions
Pets Can Get Jealous
While it’s believed that dogs and cats can’t have human emotions, they do show some attention-seeking behaviors that may resemble jealousy, and it’s important to ignore this. Some jealous behaviors can include snapping, scratching, growling or hissing. Read our blog to learn more. #PetTips #PetBehavior
Grey cat lying on wood floor with catnip around it. Headline reads "Peculiar Pet Facts: Some Cats Don’t React to Catnip" Copy explains that catnip is a plant from the mint family and affects some cats by releasing endorphins and inducing various behaviors. These can include drooling, rolling, sniffing, licking, vocalizing, and rubbing their heads. The effects typically last for 10 to 15 minutes. Approximately 30 to 40 percent of cats don't respond to catnip due to a genetic inheritance. Catnip Plant, Calming Cat, Indoor Cats, Bengal Cat, Mosquito Repellent
Not All Cats Enjoy Catnip
Catnip is classed as a form of olfactory enrichment (scent stimulation) when used to prevent boredom and stress in cats, particularly indoor cats. But did you know that some cats don't respond to it at all? Here is some information to help you understand catnip a little better! #Catnip #CatBehavior
Tan pug lying down with head resting on a pink mat. Copy reads: If you find that your pet is sleeping the day away even more than usual, there might be a reason — seasonal affective disorder. Symptoms include: Feeling listless, sad or down most of the day, nearly every day. Losing interest in activities your pet once enjoyed. Having low energy and feeling sluggish. Ways to help include: Go outside and get you and your pet some sunshine and playtime in the great outdoors.
Pets Can Get S.A.D.
Is your dog or cat sleeping more than usual, less excited to go on walks, or overall having low energy? They may be experiencing symptoms of S.A.D. — seasonal affective disorder. Check out our blog to learn more symptoms and how you can help your pet. #PetFacts #PetMentalHealth #PetHealth
5 Most Popular Cat Breeds
Have you ever wondered what the most popular cat breeds are? According to the Cat Fanciers' Association, they are the ragdoll, exotic, British shorthair, Persian and Maine coon. Check out our blog to learn more about these breeds!
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5 Tips to Find the Right Rescue for You
When looking for a dog or cat to adopt, you want to make sure that the organization you’re adopting from will provide what you need, from information to support. Check out our blog for five tips to find the right rescue. #DogAdoption #CatAdoption #CatTips #DogTips