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Talking to Your Dog

Talking To Your Pet

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Talking to your pet helps us to bond with them. If you’re a fan of cozy mysteries, you might be familiar with the popular The Cat Who… books by late author Lilian Jackson Braun. Her main character, Jim Qwilleran, has two Siamese cats and, whenever he leaves them, he explains to them where he’s going…

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Cat Bonding

How to Bond With Your Cat

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Cats are independent creatures, but most feline friends want some degree of companionship from humans. Here are some tips for how to bond with your cat. Petting, of course, is the most obvious, because it can be beneficial for both the cat and the human. Is your cat kneading its paws or rubbing up against you? Those…

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Communication with your Cat

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Cats are thought to be very complex and independent creatures, so understanding their method of communication can be tricky. Each cat actually develops their own unique and fascinating way of speaking to their owners. Here are some ways that your kitty may be speaking to you.     Body Language One way a cat communicates…

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A Better Relationship with your Pet

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The key to a good pet-owner relationship is understanding your dog or cat and their preferences as best you can. Learning animal body language is a vital step, but it can’t hurt to have a few handy pet tricks up your sleeve. After doing lots of reading, research and training of our own, here are…

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Bonding with Your Feline Friend: 9 Quick Tips

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Dogs usually come to mind as being man’s best friend, when cats are just as capable to form long-lasting bonds with their owners.  Finding out how to please cats can be mystifying, so here are nine quick tips on bonding with your furry feline friend. Tip 1: Crazy for Catnip. Fifty percent of cats crave…

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