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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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Ideal Room Temperature for Cats in Winter Explained

By Phil / October 27, 2019

If winter is coming and temperatures are dropping, you’re right to make sure your cat is as warm and comfortable at home as you are. It’s easy when you’re there, and it’s nice when our cats curl up on our laps and share some warmth isn’t it? But you need to make sure they are […]

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Why Do Cats Get the Zoomies? (Several Reasons)

By Phil / October 27, 2019

If your cat suddenly zooms off for what seems like no apparent reason, this is called a ‘zoomie’. But, why do cats get the zoomies? Are there causes and reasons to explain this behavior? Absolutely, there is. It’s worth trying to narrow down the possible reasons your cat is randomly running around the house like […]

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Why Do Cats like Chlorine? (Risks & Reasoning)

By Phil / October 27, 2019

If you’ve come home from swimming to find your cat seems more affectionate to you than normal, you’re not alone. I wish I could say it’s because they missed you. But, the reality is that most cats are drawn to the smell of chlorine. So, that’s what they’re really after. A sniff of your wet […]

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Why Do Cats like Bleach? (Explanation & Risks)

By Phil / October 27, 2019

Almost every cat owner that uses bleach around the home has asked themselves this question – why do cats like bleach? Right? Not only, why do they like bleach, but why do some cats get so crazy over the smell of bleach? We know how hazardous and toxic bleach is. And, I don’t know about […]

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How to Use Triangle Method to Stimulate Kitten to Poop

By Phil / October 12, 2019

If you’ve found yourself with orphaned kittens, you’re going to have to take on some of the responsibilities that their mother would have done for them. One of which is helping kittens that are just 4 weeks or so and younger poop after meals. The easiest way to do this is with what’s called the […]

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Do Cats Eat Scorpions? Dangers Explained

By Phil / October 12, 2019

If you live in an area where there are scorpions, I’m sure you’re very aware of the dangers and able to notice scorpions and avoid them. But, cats, on the other hand, are much more curious than we are and have an innate urge to hunt and play with prey. So, you’re right to ask, […]

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Do Cats Eat Frogs and Toads? Yes!

By Phil / October 12, 2019

Do cats eat frogs and Toads? Are feral cats more likely to hunt frogs for food, or do all cats hunt frogs? I’ve had my fair share of rodents, amphibians, and birds brought to my door over the years. Here’s everything you need to be aware of if you’re asking yourself any of those questions…. […]

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Can Cats Eat Mango? (Yes, But..)

By Phil / October 12, 2019

If you love fruit (as I do), and mangoes, in particular, you’re right to question – can cats eat mango? Even though we think about cats as meat-eaters, most cats enjoy nibbling on most fruits. Mangoes are no exception, almost every cat I’ve had has enjoyed eating mango. So, if you’re thinking about sharing your […]

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Do Cats Have Hair or Fur? (Here’s The Diff)

By Phil / October 12, 2019

Do cats have hair or fur? It’s an interesting question I see thrown around, and I’ve heard arguments for both answers. What do you think? Do you call your cat’s coat their hair, or their fur?  The short answer is that you’re right, whichever side you’re on. The stuff that grows out of your cat […]

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