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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.
Whiskas Australia
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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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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 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.
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.
Kittens are giant bundles of energy, and tend to have nocturnal tendencies. To deter your kitten's nighttime shenanigans, try playing with them earlier in the evening. It should help burn up some excess energy. For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see you playing with your kitten. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat's name to go into the running.
Cats thrive when they are enjoying themselves. Setting aside a couple of minutes a day to play with your cat has proven to have some great results. Your cat will also be less likely to develop behavioural problems down the line, an all round win.
What cat doesn’t love to play with toilet paper? Toilet paper shredding and unrolling is a common activity for most cats. They use it as a substitute for a scratching post and for entertainment. To prevent this from happening, we would recommend keeping your bathroom doors closed.
Do you often see paws under your doors when you’re separated from your cat? Despite having a reputation for not caring, cats tend to miss their owners when they leave the room. Seeing paws under your door indicates your cat wants to come in and join you. For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see paws under doors! Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat’s name to go into...
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Who doesn’t love to see their cat preparing to pounce with a little tail wiggle? They do this to get balance and leverage, and to hone in on their target. For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see your cat preparing to pounce! Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat’s name to go into the running.
Were you lucky enough to receive a box of chocolates this Valentine’s Day? Make sure you keep your chocolate box up high and out of reach from your cat and other pets, as chocolate is harmful to most animals.
Cats never fail to surprise us with their ability to fit into tight spaces around the house. For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see your cat resting in an unexpected place. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat’s name to go into the running.
Do you often catch your cat sprinting around the house for no good reason? They are in fact exercising! Most indoor cats will experience a bit of pent up energy, so bounding across furniture is a sign of a healthy mind.
Does your cat tend to collect random objects from around the home? Well, you’re not alone. Cats tend to hoard certain objects they deem useful for their survival. You will often see this occur next to your cat’s food or water bowl.

For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see your cat collecting something for his stash spot. Post a photo in the comments below, along with your cat’s name...
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