FELINE LITTERBOX AVERSION

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...

FELINE COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

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...

SOCIAL BEHAVIOR & AGGRESSION

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...

DECLAWING

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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