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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 Watch Me Shower? (3 Solid Reasons)

By Phil / June 22, 2019

Of all the strange and unnerving behaviors that cats are capable of, catching a glimpse of your cat staring at you while you’re showering is up there as one of the weirdest. Am I right? I know it’s happened to me on more than one occasion, and it doesn’t get any less unnerving. Digging around […]

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Why Does My Cat Sleep with His Eyes Open? (Don’t Worry)

By Phil / June 22, 2019

The first time I saw my cat sleeping with his eyes open it freaked me out. it was only recently when a friend of mine told me that he saw his cat crashed out, fast asleep on his side, with his eyes wide open and a glazed over stare that it reminded me of this. […]

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Why Does My Cat Sleep in the Bathroom? (5 Reasons)

By Phil / June 22, 2019

Generally speaking, cats love bathrooms. Both of my cats enjoy sleeping in our bathrooms, they’ll follow me in there, try to trip me on my way out, try to drink from taps and even the toilet, and get up to a whole host of other bathroom-related shenanigans. In this article, however,  I’m looking at one […]

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The Best Cat Food for Shrimp Bait – Make Awesome Shrimp Bait

By Phil / June 12, 2019

Using the best bait when fishing for shrimps or prawns is going to make a huge difference to how many shrimp you catch. It’s no secret within shrimp fishing circles that cat food is one of the best foods for bait. You can’t just use any old cat food and expect good hauls though. So, […]

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The Best Wet Cat Food for Hedgehogs – Plus Care Tips

By Phil / June 12, 2019

Want to know your options when it comes down to the best wet cat food for hedgehogs, either wild or as pets? We get quite a few hedgehogs passing through our yard during the summer months. I for one welcome them, I find hedgehogs fascinating and interesting animals (I am a huge animal lover, mind). […]

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Horned Paws on Cats: What to Do About Cutaneous Claws

By Phil / June 8, 2019

Have you spotted what looks like horned paws on cats and wondered what these growths are and if they are causing your cat any distress? I can help by explaining what those extra claws are, what you should do about them, and everything else you will need to know. Because, as you can see in […]

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Can Cats Eat Whipped Cream? (I Explain the Pros and Cons)

By Phil / June 8, 2019

I love whipped cream. Who doesn’t? My cat loves it too, I know this because she has stolen a lick more than once, but can cats eat whipped cream without having an upset tummy or any other issues? Because that’s the question we should ask ourselves every time our cats steal a crafty lick (or […]

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Why Does My Cat Sleep Under the Bed? (4 Reasons and Solutions)

By Phil / June 8, 2019

I had my fair share of cats sleeping under my bed over the years. Sometimes it was sporadic, sometimes it felt like they were just mixing up where they slept. But other times it was very obvious there was a reason behind this behavior. Beds provide the perfect place for cats to hide, feel secure, […]

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Are Stink Bugs Poisonous to Cats? (That Smell…Ewww)

By Phil / June 8, 2019

If you’ve ever gotten too close to a stink bug you’ll know it. They release a foul odor as part of their defense mechanism against predators and threats. The smell is so bad that it can make your eyes water, irritate your skin, you’ll feel like being sick, and you will be offended. So, I […]

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How to Cat Proof Air Vents (in a Few Simple Steps)

By Phil / June 2, 2019

If you’ve ever had to coax a cat out of a heating duct, pull them out of an air vent, or rescue them from a floor register. You’ll know how frustrating and potentially dangerous this problem is. Whether this has happened to you and your cat yet, or you’re just taking preventative measures. Here are […]

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