Cat Psychology

Unfortunately, as much as we wish it was possible, we pet lovers can't speak cat (though some of us unashamedly meow with all our might in private...just in case). That's why we asked the experts to give us some insight into common questions on cat psychology and how felines think to help us unravel the ball of yarn that is our cat's brain.

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How to Introduce a New Kitten to Your Cat

Getting a new kitten is a lot of fun, but not every member of your family may be as excited as you are.

What Does Catnip Do to Cats?

When your cat gets catnip she may act as though she’s FELINE fine, but catnip isn’t well-suited to every kitty.

Do Cats Dream? Definitely Probably, Say Veterinarians

Do cats dream of catching prey and eating food? Do they have nightmares of being frightened by a bigger animal? Do they dream of their owners? Feline-loving veterinarians share their thoughts on what felines might be imagining when they're lying there, twitching and wiggling with their eyes closed.
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Why Are Cats Scared of Cucumbers? These Veterinarians Let the Cat Out of the Bag

The internet was abuzz with videos of cat being scared of cucumber videos back in 2015. Feline veterinarians say we shouldn't bring back the trend.

Who’s Smarter: Cats or Dogs?

While scientific researchers wrestle with studies defining animal intelligence and comparing species, these two veterinarians have a little fun with their take on what's really special about your favorite feline's particular brand of smarts.

Cats Really Are Emotionally Attached to Their Owners—Even if They Don't Obviously Show It

Cats have a reputation for aloofness. But a new study found that they do actually form secure bonds with humans, and look to humans for comfort.