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Feline Pheromone Products: They’re Not All Created Equal

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Products containing artificial pheromones can be an important tool for dealing with feline behavior problems, whether it’s territorial aggression, urinary marking, or simply a stressful trip to the vet. Cats naturally emit these pheromones. They are used to mark their territory as safe and secure by rubbing the side of their face against against furniture, or even against you.Continue Reading

How Cats Communicate Through Marking Behavior

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Do you speak cat? Even though cats express themselves vocally, they primarily use their face, tail and body to communicate with each other and with the humans in their lives. Another important way cats communicate is through marking behavior. Understanding this behavior will not only enhance the relationship between you and your cat, it will also help you prevent potential problems in your household, especially when you have multiple cats.Continue Reading

Pet-Friendly UV Flashlight Detects Hidden Urine Stains

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If you’ve ever had a cat who peed outside the litter box, you know how frustrating it can be to completely clean up any residual urine stains. Even though you may think you’ve gotten rid of the stain and the associated odor, your cat may still keep returning to the same spot, because he can still smell it. Cats are attracted back to the same area if there’s even just a very faint residual scent of urine. The best way to make sure that all traces of urine are cleaned up is with a UV or black light.Continue Reading