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  1. Why Do Cats Groom Each Other? (the Answer Will Surprise You!)

    Why Do Cats Groom Each Other? (the Answer Will Surprise You!)

    Why Do Cats Groom Each Other? (the Answer Will Surprise You!)Watching cats groom each other can be so relaxing, right? Does it also make you wonder why they're doing that? Cats usually groom each other for these reasons: Hygiene - simply to help each other keep those coasts shiny and clean...
  2. Feeding Cats In A Multi-cat Household: A Quick Guide

    Feeding Cats In A Multi-cat Household: A Quick Guide

    It doesn't even take the sound of a tin can being taken out of the cupboard to start our cats going. Their own biological clock tells them food time is near and they get as excited as piranhas in an underwater butcher’s shop. Before you know it, it’s feline feeding frenzy time! Food makes up a...
  3. The Multi-cat Household

    The Multi-cat Household

    The saying goes "one cat just leads to another". According to our latest survey, this holds true for the cat lovers visiting these pages. Apparently, over 70% of you have more than one cat and about 40% have three or more cats. Watching your cats interact with each other can be a lot of fun...
  4. Your Second Cat: How To Choose The Best Friend For Kitty

    Your Second Cat: How To Choose The Best Friend For Kitty

    Ernest Hemingway, the famous ailurophile, said that "one cat just leads to another", a phrase I believe many of us can relate to. Cats are such wonderful companions, so why settle for just one? First, there are the "technical" considerations - Do you have enough money to care for a second cat...
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