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Whiskas Australia
12/08/2016 at 04:23. Facebook
Do you sometimes catch your cat eating grass or your favourite plant? It’s not hunger, and it is natural, but you should check that whatever they’re nibbling on isn’t toxic to cats.

Grass serves a very functional role in cats’ digestion. If they’ve eaten something that doesn’t agree with them, or have swallowed too much of their fur while cleaning, eating grass will likely bring up whatever...
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Whiskas Australia
12/02/2016 at 04:24. Facebook
Does your cat sometimes get caught up around your feet?

Not only do your legs provide a nice sturdy surface to scratch an itch against. But it’s also a chance for them to claim you as theirs. When cats ‘bunt’ they are putting their scent on you so there’s no confusion to other cats who you belong to.

For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see your cat having a good ‘bunt’. Post a photo...
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Whiskas Australia
12/02/2016 at 01:17. Facebook
When cats arch their back it’s often a sign that they are fearful or aggressive. But have you noticed that sometimes your cat will arch their back when they’re happy?

It’s a satisfying stretch and a sign that they’re welcoming your strokes. It conveniently puts their back that little bit closer to you so you don’t have to reach quite as far. The opposite would be when they droop their back...
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At night does your cat like to sleep on, or between, your ankles?

It may seem silly that they’d put themselves in danger of being kicked, but there’s a very smart explanation. Not only do they benefit from your warmth (and have something to prop up against) they know that any imminent threat will have to get past you first. They are happy to take a slightly disturbed night in exchange for...
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Does your cat love to jump up on the kitchen surfaces? How were they supposed to know that it’s unhygienic for humans?

If they jump up when you’re preparing a meal – your suspicions are probably correct… They’re curious about your human food! However, they aren’t always looking for a meal.

Cats like to be up high so they can survey their world. And your kitchen surface is a perfect spot. In...
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Does your cat jump up every time you’re near a sink, hoping for a little drink – despite the fact their water bowl is fresh and full?

This curious behaviour is a safety mechanism passed on from their big cat ancestors. Moving water is a sign of freshness versus stagnant water which could have all sorts of bugs and parasites living in there.

For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see...
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Does your cat seem to pull at their claws with their teeth?

It may look painful, but there's nothing to worry about. It’s actually very important.

Cats' claws grow in layers – so the top, older layers need to give way to let the new healthy claw come through below. Scratching trees and posts is normally enough but sometimes the 'husks' need a bit of extra persuasion. You can help your cat...
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Have you noticed your home filling up with clumps of cat fluff?

As the weather warms up most cats will moult to get rid of their winter coat. That said, indoor cats will moult less dramatically (because they’re not as exposed to the temperature changes throughout the year).

You can give them a helping hand (and prevent fur balls) by brushing them regularly. They’ll certainly appreciate...
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Does your cat sometimes give you a love-bite?

A little nibble when you’re petting them is a sign of affection, as mother cats will clean and nibble her kittens during grooming.

They will also give a little bite during play-time, but watch out for the signs that they are getting too excited. Whilst they have no intention of hurting you, wide eyes are a sure signal they might nibble harder...
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When cats arch their back it’s often a sign that they are fearful or aggressive. But have you noticed that sometimes your cat will arch their back when they’re happy?

It’s a satisfying stretch and a sign that they’re welcoming your strokes. It conveniently puts their back that little bit closer to you so you don’t have to reach quite as far. The opposite would be when they droop their back...
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Do you ever call your cat, only to find them in the next room acting as if they didn’t hear? It seems impossible that they wouldn’t have heard you. Well, you’re right. Cats have selective hearing.

Cats can distinguish between sounds and voice tones better than dogs can, so they know it’s you calling but they have learnt that it’s probably nothing urgent, and they aren’t hungry, so didn’t see...
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Have you ever noticed your cat’s tail sticking directly upwards like an aerial, but quivering at the top? This couldn’t be more of a compliment, that your cat is so pleased to see you they almost can’t contain their excitement. (It could also be when you have their food out and they are anticipating their meal.)

For this week’s ‘Cat of the Week’, we want to see your happy cats and their happy...
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If you’ve ever noticed your cat becoming a little attention seeker whenever you’re on the phone it's probably because they think you’re talking to them! Rather than trying to explain how a telephone works, it might be easier to respond to their affection with a few well-earned strokes. They did come all the way over to see you, after all!