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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Do Cats Remember People? All Signs Point to Yes
Although they can’t tell us for sure, cats likely use their senses and associative memories to recall our interactions with them.
Are Male Cats More Affectionate? It Depends!
Having an affectionate cat has less to do with gender and everything to do with proper socialization, respecting boundaries, and bonding.
Do Cats Like Music? Here's What the Experts Say
Even if she doesn't offer a definitive two paws up on certain songs, you might discover the right sounds make your cat calmer.
4 Surefire Ways To Bond With Your Cat and Build the Ultimate Relationship
Our cat behavior expert shares the secrets to understanding your kitty’s communication style and unique needs to help the two of you grow even closer.
Do Cats Know When You Are Sad?
Cats use all of their senses to better understand and communicate with their favorite humans—including when we're feeling blue.
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More Cat Psychology

Do Cats Love Their Owners? Here's How You Can Tell
Anyone who’s ever had a cat probably knows this, but an animal behaviorist reinforces why cats are loving, social creatures.
Can Cats See Ghosts? We Asked a Vet and a Behavior Expert
With their super vision and hearing, it’s only natural to believe cats sense more (a lot more!) than we do. Here’s what might be going on.
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.