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Why Do Cats Wag Their Tails?

A tail can tell many tales. We all have that image of a friendly dog who with his tail frantically wagging so hard it seems as though he may take off. In this case, the message is pretty clear- you have a happy dog. However, according to the experts, in some cases,...

Why Do Cats Hiss?

A hiss is a sound that every cat owner has heard at some time. Even if you believe that you have the sweetest, most perfect cat on the planet- if he has ever felt threatened or needed to warn a potential enemy- he has probably hissed at some point in his life. While...

Why Do Cats Growl?

Though cats are typically sweet and cute, they are also quite confusing and mysterious. If you are a cat owner, you’ve probably spent more than one sleepless night, scratching your head trying to figure out why he does what he does- growling/hissing are no exception...

Why Do Cats Vomit?

Chances are, you’ve seen your cat vomit every now and then and you didn’t really give it a second thought. When a cat vomits, it can be something minor such as eating too quickly or can be an indication of a much more serious condition that will require immediate...

Why Do Cats Throw Up Hairballs?

If you are a cat owner, there’s a good chance you’ve found them in many places, such as behind your furniture, on your bed, and on your rugs. Maybe you’ve even seen your cat hack up a hairball or two. This is definitely not a pretty sight, right? The truth is that...

Can Cats See Color?

Since there is really no way to communicate with a cat, it’s quite difficult to determine what they are able to see. The only way that we can really describe the way a cat can see is to use modern science as a hitch and examine the eye. While in most cases, cat owners...

Why Do Cats Knead?

Why Do Cats Knead? If you have a contented feline lap warmer, you've no doubt been the beneficiary of the bonus kitty massage known as "kneading." It's as though your cat is practicing to bake bread. The way she rhythmically alternates her paws, pushing in and out...