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Learning how to communicate with your cat is an important part of training, and helps to reinforce the bond you two share.  Cats communication communicate through a mixture of different sounding 'meows,' although some cats are more vocal than others, facial expressions and tail and ear positioning. This article describes several methods of cat communication and explains what different 'meows,' and ear and tail positioning likely indicate. My favorite is interpreting the "slow blink" as ...

Pain in cats is hard to see because felines like to hide it, but it can be cured or avoided through several ways. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2012/02/03/how-to-know-if-your-cat-is-in-pain-and-what-to-do-about-it.aspx

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10 Totally Cool Ways to Entertain A Bored Cat

In a previous guide, I described how to start training your cat using a clicker. If you started basic clicker training, by now your kitty should know very well that the sound of the click means a reward...

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How to Train Your Cat to Sit in 4 Steps

I recently taught my cat, @wednesdayq how to say "please". And within a week she learned to sit! I have a little kitty genius! Or maybe she's just a dog in a cat body, I haven't quite decided yet. Either way, I never would have thought my little cat-dog could be so talented. Does your cat have any special talents?

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5 Ways To Keep Your Cat Mentally Sharp

Thanks to modern veterinary care, cats are living longer than ever before - many are reaching well into their 20's! Anyone who loves their cats will do anything to keep them healthy and happy in hopes...

How To Train Your Cat To Stop Biting - Look for flattened ears and arched backs. If you see this, stop what you are doing to prevent your cat from biting.

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More Clicker Training for Cats: How to Teach Your Cat to Sit

In a previous guide, I described how to start training your cat using a clicker. If you started basic clicker training, by now your kitty should know very well that the sound of the click means a reward...

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10 Things Your Cat Wishes You Knew

Our cats don’t speak English or any other human language, so they can’t always tell us exactly what they’re thinking and feeling. But if cat’s could speak, these are things they’d likely let us know. – I’m Good for Your …