Furry, playful, and sometimes a bit mischievous – cats captivate us for countless reasons.
Medical researchers confirm the perks of feline companionship. Cats are known to alleviate stress and potentially lower the risk of heart disease
Sometimes, when you take your cat up on its "offer" to rub its belly, it bites back! Experts say that a cat rolling over on its belly is actually a sign of trust and not an invitation for a belly rub.
Has your cat ever refused to use its litter box? According to experts, this behavior is atypical for cats and might stem from underlying factors.
These factors include kidney problems, stress, a dirty litter box, and more - it's best to take your pet to the vet!
Another fun cat fact? When your cat brings you a catch, don't scold. Cats share their prey as a sign of trust and even aim to share with their family, including you.
Cats kneading blankets or "making biscuits" is adorable. Experts say it can be a sign of claiming the blanket, stress, or instinctual behavior that stems from nursing as a kitten.
If your cat snuggles close and starts to lick your skin, consider it a compliment – their cleanliness and care for you shine through this sweet gesture.
If your cat licks you, it could also mean they're lonely. Show them some extra attention by using a brush or giving chin scratches.
Today is your cat's day! Go snuggle up and show your furry feline friend some much-deserved love.