Cats' Corner

While we are the Center for CANINE Behavior Studies, we do have considerable interests in cats too. In the CCBS Cats Corner you'll find articles and links about our felines family.

Over half of American families own a pet and many have both a dog and a cat. Thus, we think it will be helpful to our cat guardian members to have access to feline information.

We intend to focus on pressing issues about cats, such as inhumane declawing, cat aggression, fearful behaviors, compulsions (like psychogenic alopecia and wool sucking), house soiling and urine marking (which is different from simple house soiling) and feline Alzheimer’s disease. 

A dream come true would be sufficient funding to found a Center for FELINE Behavioral Studies, but in the interim we will start by making cat information available now. Cat’s Corner will grow in time, so if you have a cat in your life watch this space for posts.

Welcome to our new venture, which we hope will grow and flourish. Sit, read, and enjoy.


Below, you will find a variety of media on cats. We will include videos, articles, podcast, and more. Keep an eye out for new content!

Why Cats Show You Their Butt, According to Science

November 2020

It’s not what you think.

Inverse | Rae Paoletta


November 2020

A former Amazon engineer is working to answer a question almost all cat owners have: What is my cat trying to tell me?

Javier Sanchez, who worked on Amazon's Alexa, is now a project manager with ...


August 2019

Feline inappropriate elimination made up 56% of feline cases at Cornell University’s Animal Be­havior Clinic between 1991 and 2001, and it appears to be the most frequent type of feline behav­ior problem...


July 2019

The most common compulsive behaviors exhibited by cats include wool sucking or fabric eat­ing, over-grooming/hair-barbering or hair-pulling behavior (psychogenic alopecia), and possibly feline hyperesthesia.  By far oral behaviors such as...


July 2019

Cats are generally solitary animals that only come together during courtship and mating or in the situation of a mother with kittens.  That said, it is quite possible for cats to develop strong bonds with each other and people...


June 2019 

I recently did an interview about declawing cats – a practice I have stood against for many years. As far back as 1997, I was on ABC’s 20/20 discussing alternatives to declawing and subsequently become a member of The Paw Project. The Paw Project first fought against declawing of big cats (tigers, lions, etc.... 

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