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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.

Fleeing for the safety of the nearest piece of furniture when company comes may be an indicator that your cat is under socialized. Learn more about feline socialization and how to improve it here.

Whether tabletops, counters or infant changing tables, cats like platforms from which they can view their territory. If your cat has is drawn to forbidden surfaces, learn how to keep them away here.

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!

If your cat tends to have a lot of energy during the night, find out how to calm him down.

Cats can have strong preferences about their litter boxes. Read this article to learn to identify your cat’s preferences

If your cat is marking his territory around the house, find out why he is doing so and how you can fix the problem.

Feline aggression is the second most common feline misbehavior seen by behavior consultants, right behind house-soiling cases. Explore types of cat-to-human aggression and learn how to handle it.

Feline aggression is the second most common feline misbehavior seen by behavior consultants, right behind house-soiling cases. Explore types of cat-to-human aggression and learn how to handle it.

Feline aggression is the second most common feline misbehavior seen by behavior consultants, right behind house-soiling cases. Explore types of cat-to-human aggression and learn how to handle it.