Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
06/20/2017 at 08:08. Facebook
Cats, not surprisingly, prefer fresh water. Cool running water from the tap specifically. One theory is that they are attracted to the amount of fresh oxygen in the water. Another theory is that running water contains less pollutants than stagnant water in a bowl. If you find that your cat is reluctant to drink from its bowl, try swapping it out for another one. Cats tend to prefer ceramic or...
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Cats not surprisingly prefer fresh water Cool running water from the tap
Janet Bessell
Pamela Jane
Simone Novak
Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
06/16/2017 at 06:36. Facebook
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Whiskas Australia
Whiskas Australia
06/15/2017 at 07:48. Facebook
Keyboards, newspapers, your mobile phone. These are just some of the objects that your cat has likely laid on while you were attempting to use them. Cats do this because they want to be near you, and they know that they will get your attention this way. For this week's Cat of the Week we want to see cats on objects. Post a photo of your cat, along with its name in the comments below for a...
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Keyboards newspapers your mobile phone These are just some of the objects
Leigh Holmes
Simone Novak
Tania Clark
If you're meeting a cat for the first time, allow them to sniff your clothes and hands. If they rub their chin or head along your leg, they are happy to mark their scent on you. Feel free to also pet them at this stage. Cats also tend to greet people they like, so if you're treated to a 'meow' say hello back.
If youre meeting a cat for the first time allow them to
Debbie Butterworth
Harry Eyssens
Angela Jongedyk
Cats have excellent hearing and can position their ears to hone in on any sound that interests them. You can also get an idea of how your cat is feeling by looking at their ears. Upright, forward facing ears generally mean your cat's feeling relaxed. Pointed, sideways ears can mean your cat isn't feeling comfortable, and is listening for sounds of danger. For this week's Cat of the Week, we...
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Cats have excellent hearing and can position their ears to hone in
Gabby Judd
Kyla Power
Michaela Avery
Cats are temperamental creatures, and tend to have an arousal threshold. A great example of this is when your cat wants a belly rub, but then attacks your hand after a couple pets. Cats are stimulus-driven and too much can put them in defence mode.
Cats are temperamental creatures and tend to have an arousal threshold A
Kylie Houston
Marion Cassidy
Kimberley Wood
Marion Cassidy
Tracey Churchman
Cats love climbing and sitting in high places. It allows them to get a new perspective and survey their territory, which in turn makes them feel safe. For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see cats in high places! Enter your cats name and a photo in the comments below for a chance to win.
Cats love climbing and sitting in high places It allows them to
Jess Mil
Alisa Gordon
Sheldyn Hart
Have you ever noticed that objects around your home seemingly move around by themselves? The culprit, is likely your cat. There are a few reasons why your cat might (unknowingly) steal your belongings. They might have learnt that it’s a good way to get attention from you. Another reason for this could be that they like to play with the object, and the object was fun to bat around (missing hair...
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Have you ever noticed that objects around your home seemingly move around
Rosine Young
Dee Ozdil
Laura Mattey
Sandra May Lucas
Sandra May Lucas
Miriam Kelsey
Cats love one-on-one time, just you and them. Whether it’s hanging out, getting groomed or having a play, cats love spending quality time with you. Make sure you’re allowing them this time without any distractions (such as playing on your phone). For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see quality cat time. Pop your cats name and a photo in the comments below to go into the running.
Cats love oneonone time just you and them Whether its hanging out
Kerrin Rumore
Sandra May Lucas
Kaye Noble
Another way cats communicate with humans is through their whiskers! When your cat is happy, their whiskers will be relaxed and extended outwards. A sign of a content kitty! Slicked back whiskers are a sign of an agitated cat that likely needs some space. Whiskers can be a good gauge of how your cat is feeling.
Another way cats communicate with humans is through their whiskers When your
Kelli Reynolds
Kylie Houston
Ingrid Munn
Everyone needs a little space to call their own, even your cat. Your cat may have already chosen a spot that makes it feel safe and secure. If not, an elevated cat scratching post or even an enclosed nook with some bedding will help foster their sense of independence. For this week's Cat of the Week, we want to see your cats cosy spot. Post a photo of your cat in the comments below, along with...
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Everyone needs a little space to call their own even your cat
Karen Richards
Maxine Turula
Grant Johnson
Cats meow to communicate with humans, so you should always pay attention when your cat is vocal with you. They may be asking you to do something! This could be a request for food, clean water or a clean litter tray. They might also want attention, a little pat and a scratch will help in that instance.
Cats meow to communicate with humans so you should always pay attention
Samantha Ash
Ross Hawes
Sheldon J. Cohen
Have you ever woken up to a foreign object in your home? You're not alone. Cats are fierce hunters and enjoy collecting and gifting items they find. These β€œgifts” can be anything from toys, to bugs or other strange items. Cats who present you with gifts deserve affection, as they are showing their love to you.
Have you ever woken up to a foreign object in your home
Kylie Rudland
Loren van Trier
Amy Sporky Hillary
If you've ever noticed your cat raising its back when you're scratching at the base of the tail, you may have found their special scratch spot! Cats love a good back scratch, as they have difficulty reaching that part of their back with their tongue or paws. For this week’s Cat of the Week, we want to see your cat having a good scratch! Post a pic in the comments with your cat's name to go...
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If youve ever noticed your cat raising its back when youre scratching
Leigh Etherington
Melissa Miller
Grant Johnson