Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
04/28/2017 at 00:36. Facebook
Wendy Hardaker
Elle Tee Kaye
Marilyn Bell
Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
yesterday at 09:12. Facebook
Cats love to give us kisses with their raspy, sandpaper tongues. It's a sign of affection and trust, and means you have bonded with your cat. Cats love the taste of the salts our bodies release, and everyone tastes different!

For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see cat kisses! Post a photo in the comments along with the name of your cat for a chance to win.
Cats love to give us kisses with their raspy sandpaper tongues Its
Christine Dutton
Samantha Ash
Danielle Hunt Mackenzie
Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
04/25/2017 at 08:44. Facebook
Cats love to knead; it helps them relax. Some cats even purr (or drool!) at the same time. The behaviour of kneading is first developed as a kitten to assist the release of milk from the mother. Cats continue this behaviour into adulthood, kneading when they are feeling happy and content.
Cats love to knead it helps them relax Some cats even purr
Kimberley Wood
Wendy Hardaker
Desirรฉe Anton
Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
04/21/2017 at 07:55. Facebook
Have you ever noticed your cat sitting by the window, observing the outside world? Cats love watching what is happening outdoors and often "chatter" their teeth. Chattering happens when a cat sees something interesting, but can't get to it. It's an expression of both frustration and excitement.

For this weekโ€™s Cat of the Week, we want to see cats in windows. Post a photo in the comments...
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Have you ever noticed your cat sitting by the window observing the
Leigh Etherington
Karen Elizabeth
Patricia Adams
Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
04/21/2017 at 00:16. Facebook
Samantha Marie Bonney
If you're lucky enough to have more than one cat at home, you may be familiar with the nose rub. This is how cats greet each other and is the cat equivalent of a human handshake. It's their way of showing affection and sharing scents they have collected.
If youre lucky enough to have more than one cat at home
Mell Cook
Kimberley Wood
Rosy Ali
If you've noticed your cat freak out for no obvious reason, there generally is one. Cats can get bored if they haven't had any stimulation in a while. The slightest movement by a speck of dust or insect can set them off! Making time to play with your cat will help them settle down and be more relaxed.
If youve noticed your cat freak out for no obvious reason there
Rebecca Hooper
Kylie Houston
Lauren Holmes
Have you noticed that when you come home, your cat often greets you with an upright, quivering tail? This is your catโ€™s way of greeting you and showing you that they're pleased you're home.

For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see upright tails! For a chance to win, share a photo in the comments below along with your catโ€™s name.
Have you noticed that when you come home your cat often greets
Lindsay Sparks
Mell Cook
Adam McGuinness
Does your cat have a favourite toy? Have you ever noticed that favourite toy floating in the water bowl? This isn't unusual. Cats like to keep their favourite objects in "safe" places, which is generally around their food and water.
Does your cat have a favourite toy Have you ever noticed that
Kayleen Purser
Samantha Ash
Nikki Kanowski
Don't let the stereotype fool you, not all cats are afraid of water. Some breeds actually enjoy playing with water, and will often seek out water in warm weather. Most domestic house cats are voluntary swimmers and will only swim when its required. If you have a pool at home, it's wise to leave a ladder in, just in case the cat falls in.
Dont let the stereotype fool you not all cats are afraid of
Sara Newton
Ross Hawes
Marion Cassidy
Jackie Cruickshank
Adam McGuinness
Wendy Hardaker
If you're a cat owner, you would know how much your cat loves to stretch. Just like humans, they do it to feel good and increase blood flow to their muscles (so they are ready to pounce when the opportunity arises!). For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see your having a good stretch. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat's name to go into the running.
If youre a cat owner you would know how much your cat
Karen Steffen
Anne Adams Bowers
Karen Richards
If you spot your cat squinting and giving you "evil eyes" you may assume that they are plotting something against you. The reality is, narrowed, relaxed eyes are a sign of trust and affection. Try squinting your eyes back at your cat, it's a nice way of bonding with them.
If you spot your cat squinting and giving you evil eyes you
Kayleen Purser
Clay Lorraine Sumsion
Karen Zappia
Rhys Blackaby
Lauren Hansford
Are you your cat's human heater? Well we have good news, they aren't only using you for warmth. Cats like to feel safe and secure at all times. When they are sleeping, they feel their most vulnerable. Cuddling into you is their way of protecting themselves and feeling at ease. For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see cat bed cuddles. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your...
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Lisa Bowler
Ashlea Nicole
Jennifer Barnes
If you find your cat stalking or chasing your other pets, it may be a sign that they're curious and looking for activities. Although cats spend an average of 15 hours a day napping, they do need regular stimulation. Leaving your blinds open during the day is a good way to keep them entertained. How do you keep your cat occupied during the day? Share with us in the comments below.
If you find your cat stalking or chasing your other pets it
Jennifer Barnes
Ian Percival
Amy Parker
Casey Ryan
Lucy Loo
Lisa Evans
If you have ever sat around on your laptop with your cat, you have no doubt had a keyboard cat encounter. Cats love keyboards because they are the focus of our attention, and they're warm. For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see keyboard cats. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat's name to go into the running.
If you have ever sat around on your laptop with your cat
Nicole Metcalfe
Denise Coates
Katherine Cure
Cats and boxes, a tale as old as time. The reason your cat is so drawn towards your new appliance boxes is due to security. The three protected sides allow your cat to peer through and watch what is happening around them. They also like to spring out and surprise things, such as your unsuspecting feet.
Cats and boxes a tale as old as time The reason your
Casey Ryan
Carol Brownlea
Colleen Clancy