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Phil

I have always had cats, both growing up and now as an adult. I have been a pet behavioral therapist for a number of years now. I started this blog to help other cat owners, with advice, tips, best product reviews, and to create a warm and cat friendly community.

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Why Does My Cat Grab My Leg When I Walk Past?

By Phil / July 3, 2020

Does your cat or kitten reach out and swipe or grab at your leg when you walk past them? Don’t worry, mine does too! So does countless other cats across the country, it’s perfectly normal behavior. Being “normal” doesn’t make it any less annoying though, right? Plus, receiving scratch marks down your calf just because […]

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Can I Use Baby Shampoo on My Cat? (Some, Yes)

By Phil / June 27, 2020

Cats are curious by nature, and sometimes this results in them getting a little too close to a pond, muddy puddle, or some other potentially messy situation. Without the need to bathe cats on a regular basis (they groom and clean themselves for the most part), I can’t blame you for not having cat shampoo […]

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Can Cats Drink Soda? (Absolutely Not!)

By Phil / June 27, 2020

Most cats will take advantage of any foods and drinks left unattended and have a taste, lick, or just finish off whatever they find. This can be hazardous to their health and is potentially very dangerous though. In fact, many of the common human foods and drinks we love are toxic to cats. For example, […]

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Is Vinegar a Good Cat Repellent? (Yes, Here’s Why)

By Phil / June 27, 2020

Looking for ways to stop cats peeing or pooping around your home? Need to repel them from your flower beds and other areas? You’ve probably heard it said that cats hate the smell of vinegar, amongst other scents. So, is vinegar a good cat repellent? Will it solve all your cat-related issues? It just might. […]

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17 Signs of a Happy Indoor Cat!

By Phil / June 27, 2020

Do you wonder if your indoor cat is truly happy? Or, if they’re bored, depressed, and yearning to know what’s really on the other side of the window? In this article, I’ve listed 17 signs of a happy indoor cat to help put your mind at ease. Indoor cats require more playtime and interaction from […]

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Here’s How to Keep Cats From Pooping in House Plants

By Phil / June 27, 2020

If your cat(s) are using your potted plant pots as a litter box it can be incredibly annoying and frustrating. Trust me, I’ve had to resolve this problem more than once over the years. I totally understand your frustration. The good news is, I’ve always been able to correct this behavior fairly easily. So, don’t […]

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Why Do Cats Like Being Under Blankets? 4 Reasons

By Phil / June 27, 2020

Does your cat snuggle up under blankets? It’s one of the cutest things seeing a cat or a kitten sleeping under a blanket or in your bed. It’s something very specific to a cat’s personality though. Not all cats do it, but some love nothing more than curling up under a blanket for a snooze. […]

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Maine Coon Cat Breeders in Texas | Kittens & Cats for Sale

By Phil / June 26, 2020

Looking for Main Coon cat breeders in Texas to find a new kitten or cat to bring home? Maine Coons are one of the most popular breeds. They’re one of the biggest domestic cats – both in size and personality – and really are the gentle giants of the cat world. I’d love to help […]

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Do Cats Need A Light to Use Their Litter Box?

By Phil / June 25, 2020

Everyone knows that cats can see much better than we can at night. However, it’s not that strange of a question to wonder if cats need a night light to use their litter box overnight. The short answer is – no, cats typically do not need a night light to help them see and use […]

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My Cat Is Scared of Something I Can’t See! (Advice)

By Phil / June 25, 2020

The other day my neighbor said to me, “It’s the strangest thing, my cat is scared of something I can’t see. But she’s really spooked out, and jumpy around me now.” If this sounds familiar, it’s because it’s not that unusual. Cats have heightened senses. Sometimes something can scare, spook, and confuse them that we […]

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