All About Cats

  • Causes Of Cat Hiding Behavior And How To Deal with It

    If you are looking for what causes the cat hiding behavior and how to deal with, the first thing first you need to consider is that your cat is pa...
  • How Often Should I Feed My Cat?

    Cats, just like individuals are incredibly specific in their preferences and behavior toward food. Some felines gladly eat whatever they get, oth...
  • How To Stop Your Cat Scratching The Furniture

    The good news is that you absolutely can get your cat to stop scratching your things.

    Here are few tips and steps to follow:

    1. The first step is to purchase several cat scratching posts and a few interactive cat toys. This is a crucial step in the process. It is important to choose the right scratching post to provide your cat with a scratching surface she likes.

  • 8 Best Cat Floor Mats To Show What You Love

    Cat floor mats are a great way to add a cute and optimistic design to you home decor while standing in your bathroom, kitchen, or any other room! T...
  • Trip Tips On How To Travel With Your Cat

    Here are 10 tips on how to travel with your cat: Before you go, check that your cat is healthy. Schedule a visit to the vet. Take your time and d...
  • 22 Ways Cats Make Humans Healthier

    Cat lovers say that the companionship cats provide is unique. When you adopt a cat, you need to know that your new pet has an independent nature while still being a constant companion.

    Their expressive eyes, soft coat and a reassuring purr will make you feel needed and loved.

    Your cat will most likely offer several loveable ways to give you the companionship you are looking for.

    Whether you are playing with your furry friend or she is affectionately curled up next to you, a cat will be a welcome addition while not being too demanding.

    And on occasions when you or your partner is out of town or working late, your cat will be a loyal friend who will ease loneliness while you are apart.

    Cats can also make you healthier. 

  • Interesting Facts About Cats

    Having a cat as a pet in your home is one of the most amazing things that can make your day.

    Cats are friendly as any other pets, and they will keep you from getting lonely because of their marvelous character.

    A cat can be the perfect companion if you have no one else to keep you busy in the house. Do not forget, it is easy to handle a cat, because he requires less care than most of the other pets.

    Cats are usually disciplined naturally and do not need to be trained to learn some things. However, you need to know - "they do what they want" - and this is why we love them.
  • Our Cat Georgy Loves Tennis

    Georgy The Cat loves watching TV... I know it's weird, but it's true.

    In fact, all he needs is a few small toys, a piece of string or a laser pointer and he can keep you entertained for hours.

    Sometimes, he likes to watch TV... Funny thing!

    Not because he would love watching TV, but when something is moving on the screen this is it...

    Honestly, Georgy matters more than the TV... You know what I mean. 

    Some friends said, he could break the TV. What if?

  • Causes Of Cat Hiding Behavior And How To Deal With

    Our cats are our furry babies and very important to us, because they are family members too. This is why we have to take care of them, to be sure that they are happy at all times.

    The happiness of our cats is the key when it comes to giving us their lovely company, especially when we are relaxing at home.

    However, just like humans, cats face situations or conditions that make them develop abnormal behaviors. One of the behaviors that cats might develop is hiding. Cat hiding behavior is common among many cats and yours might not be exceptional. Here are some of the causes of cat hiding behavior.

  • Is your cat social?

    Research has demonstrated that cats that don't get enough exposure or contact with individuals, other animals and new situations amid their initial two months, may create irreversible feelings of fear or aggression. 

    Our cat Georgy was timid and fearful when we adopted him. He was hiding all day long.

    He was 2 years of age around then. It took us about 2 years to the point that he turned out to be friendly with us as well as with other family, friends and companions.