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Cats are genetically possessive animals who might stress out while moving to another place. Do you want to make your cat feel comfortable in your new home? Although being a tough job, you can definitely achieve your goals as a pet lover. Shifting has always been a challenging period, either it’s for you or your feline friend. Your cat might act strangely towards the new spaces, different smells, and the inadequate intimacy of your new…

A lot of people believe that cats can’t wear collars. They assume that the cats won’t tolerate them or it may become harmful for them. A collar is necessary to put identification on your cat. A collar containing an ID tag is necessary to make it easier to reunite it with its owner. While microchipping cats is helpful in identifying cats, putting collars remain the conventional and convenient method. Collars are necessary for a cat’s…

Though for major pet parents, litter training of kittens is not a major issue at all as they have already been trained by their mothers at a small age. But what if they don’t even have the mother to train them? Of course, circumstances will be much complicated for you then. If you’ve just bought home an adult cat who hasn’t been potty trained yet or a kitten who hasn’t been with his mother for…

Although domestic cats prefer sleeping 16-20 hours per day, they do not continuously sleep at night. Once they are awake, they want to be with you. This behavior is definitely not good for cat owners as they are often irritated and sleepless because of their cats. What if My Kitten Does Not Sleep at Night It’s the first night of your kitten in your home and it may be challenging for you and your little…

One can never imagine that cats like Maine coon can show bad behavior. Maine Coons are the most gentle giants of this planet. Unlike their looks and their size, Maine Coons are by nature the calmest and the friendliest of all cats. You can even trust your babies with them. They won’t even give a scratch to them. But in some cases, Maine Coons does start to show aggressive behavior that gives the owners quite…

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