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  1. Train Your Cat to Let You Sleep

    Train Your Cat to Let You Sleep

    Training for Your Cat Hint: for more on related topics, see For A Healthy Cat: Play Therapy You're Feeding Your Cat All Wrong! For A Healthy Cat: Catify Is your cat keeping you up, waking you up in the middle of the night by knocking things off the shelf, or relentlessly meowing to get you out of bed [...]
  2. How to Stop Your Cats From Scratching Furniture

    How to Stop Your Cats From Scratching Furniture

    How to Stop Cats Scratching Furniture Hint: for more on related topics, see For A Healthy Cat: Catify Play Therapy The Best and Worst Way to Train Your Cat Why Having Claws and Scratching is Important to Cats Claws are a physically, socially, and emotionally vital part of every cat. Scratching, for a cat, is not only a natural act, [...]
  3. Cat Allergies

    Cat Allergies

    Allergies Hint: for more on related topics, see Bio Appropriate Diet Team Cat Mojo Tips: Vet Trips How to Switch Your Cat To A Raw Meat Diet Cat Allergies: The Facts Between 5 and 10% of the human population has at least some sensitivity to cats. When people come into contact with a cat to which they are [...]
  4. Aggression In Cats

    Aggression In Cats

    Pet`s Agression Hint: For more related topics, see Play Therapy You're Petting your cat all wrong For a Healthy Cat: Catify Is your cat biting and/or attacking you or other people? Aggression in cats is not uncommon, but it’s unusual for it to be serious enough for people to seek professional help. Feline aggression is absolutely treatable; but to [...]
  5. Do You Understand How Your Cat says “I Love You”?

    Do You Understand How Your Cat says “I Love You”?

    How Your Cat says “I Love You”? All February I’ll be talking about love. So, it couldn’t be a better time to ask you this pressing question: Do you know how cats say “I love you”? Because it doesn’t look quite the way most humans think it should...but it sure has plenty to teach [...]
  6. Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Give Love

    Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Give Love

    Give Love to Your Cat The last installment in my series of Cat Health Happiness Resolutions is… expand your circle of love. Yes, I know you love your cat, and I love that you love your cat. But think about this; the only real difference between “your” cat (the one in your lap) and “the” [...]
  7. Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Learn All About Cats

    Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Learn All About Cats

    Learn All About your Cat Want to be a boss cat guardian? It’s not something you will luck into. You need to put the work in to get your “boss badge.” It all comes down to taking yourself to school and learning everything you can, and I mean on both sides of the coin; learn about all [...]
  8. Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Bio Appropriate Diet

    Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Bio Appropriate Diet

    Bio Appropriate Diet Jackson’s all about optimizing your cat's health and happiness. Which is why we're presenting a blog series to get you and your cat off to a great start. Here are tips on what it means to feed your cat a bio-appropriate diet, and why you should do it. Diet [...]
  9. Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Play Therapy

    Resolutions for a Healthy Cat: Play Therapy

    Play with your Cat! It's the New Year, a purr-fect time to recommit to the basics of improving your cat's health and happiness. We have a series on the topic, and here's the first. (We'll be posting the rest as the month rolls on. Stay tuned!) Tip #1 – Play Therapy  Play with your cat [...]
  10. How to Introduce Two Cats

    How to Introduce Two Cats

    Here's expert advice on how to introduce two cats.Hint: for more on related topics, see How to Read Cat Body LanguageThe Best and Worst Way to Train Your CatBefore You Get a Kitten The first thing folks do wrong is they go "I'm just gonna bring my cat into a room with this new cat and let [...]
  11. You’re Petting Your Cat All Wrong!

    You’re Petting Your Cat All Wrong!

    You are Petting Cat All Wrong Remember, cats aren’t dogs. From your first approach to the actual mannerism in which one pets a cat,we want to make sure you’re doing it right verse misconstruing an aggressive reaction or unwarranted behavior based on the fact that you’re just not petting him/her properly. Above, Jackson shows [...]
  12. What is Catification?

    What is Catification?

    Catification Catification is the art of making changes and adjustments to your home that meet the needs of both you and your cat (aesthetically and spatially). You want to create spaces that really satisfy your cat’s primal instincts and challenge them the way being outdoors does. Your cat’s instincts propel them to jump, perch, [...]
  13. You’re Setting-up Your Litter Box All Wrong

    You’re Setting-up Your Litter Box All Wrong

    You are Setting up Your Litter Box All Wrong Hint: for more on related topics, see The Benefits of Natural Litter For A Healthy Cat: Catify Why You Shouldn't Toilet Train Your Cat There is proper litter box etiquette and a correct way to set-up your cat’s litter box. This affects the mannerism in which your cat relates [...]
  14. Why You Should Not Toilet Train Your Cat

    Why You Should Not Toilet Train Your Cat

    Toilet Train For Your Cat In previous posts, we discussed a cat’s primal instincts (hunt, catch, kill, eat, sleep, etc.) and how important it is to nurture them. We have to ask ourselves, do things that we wouldn’t see cats doing in in the wild (wearing costumes or winter sweaters) serve their greater [...]
  15. Which Personality Describes Your Cat?

    Which Personality Describes Your Cat?

    Personality and Your Cat Now you know what cat mojo is, and the primal instincts that motivate and get their mojo activated (hunt, catch, kill, eat, play, sleep and owning their territory). We’re going to focus on owning their territory/claiming space for a moment. Cats need to own their territory, if they don’t own [...]

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