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Cat Problems

  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Does your cat seem to scratch on everything and anything? Learn why and find out how you can help.

  • Missing The Box

    You bought a big litter box and your cat still seems to pee outside of it. Find out why and get tips to help.

When cats stop using their litter boxes, it is usually for one of two broad reasons. Read tips for encouraging your cat to start using his box again here.

Urination and defecation outside the litter box is the most common feline behavior problem. Find out why cats may resort to this behavior and how to treat it.

As your cat undergoes adolescence, behavior once giggled over may now be seen as obnoxious. Learn why your cat engages in behaviors such as spraying, estrus, scratching, and more and how to handle it.

Biting in kittens is similar to biting behavior in puppies. It’s not about aggression, it’s about youngsters using their mouths to explore their environments. Learn how to stop kitten biting here.

Protect your furniture and keep your cat happy with these tips for preventing cat scratching.

Does your cat like to jump on everything she sees — including the dinner table or your counter tops as you’re cooking? Check out these expert tips for keeping your cat off the counters and tables and how to create a place she’ll love to perch!

Engaging your cat in interactive play is crucial for fulfilling his hunting instincts. Failing to do so can result in aggressive predatory play. Learn how to channel predatory play aggression here.

Certain cats believe that nighttime is play time. Find out why your cat may have so much energy at night and how to keep him calm during your sleep hours.

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