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While cats may seem mysterious to some, to others, understanding a cat is simply a matter of paying attention, watching the cat’s body language and responding accordingly. Cats use a variety of ways to communicate their feelings, needs and desires. How Cats Use Their Tails to Communicate Watching the position …

How to Introduce Cats to Each Other Whether they’re playing a rousing game of tag or using one another as a cushy pillow for an afternoon snooze, most cats enjoy spending time with familiar feline housemates. However, cats are generally territorial by nature and adding a new feline to the …

Cats tend to be territorial creatures, so special consideration should be taken when deciding to adopt a second cat. Learn more about living with more than one cat here.

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Like us, cats have their own unique personalities, and they’re often particular about their likes and dislikes. So when it comes to meeting your family, it’s important to let them do it at their own pace, and give them their own space to get comfortable. …

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Bringing home your new furry family member is an exciting time, but it can be overwhelming for your new dog. Remember, while your dog is new to you, everything is new to him. Be patient and gentle with him, and make introductions slowly and carefully. …

Mickey Niego A carefully planned introduction is everything. Most cats do not readily accept a new member of the family; they need time to get used to the idea. A certain amount of hissing, posturing and chasing is to be expected. It is important to have patience and not rush …

Plan on getting a new cat and already have an existing one? These steps will help ensure a peaceful relationship between your new cat and your existing one.

If you’re considering adding a new pet to your family, take a look at these tips to help make the transition easier and more successful.

Rabbits are social creatures and would likely enjoy the company of another furry friend. Find out what animals get along with rabbits here!