Cat Tail Language

It’s helpful to think of a cat’s tail as an indicator of its emotional state. While both dogs and cats “wag” their tails, felines’ movements are much more nuanced, thanks to a greater range of motion. An upright tail indicates your feline is feeling friendly; a droopy tail tip indicates skepticism, while a twitchy, almost…

Do Cats Grieve?

Many people don’t realize animals grieve the loss of companions and family members. Even if companion cats had a hostile relationship, the surviving cat may still grieve the loss. There’s confusion about where the other cat has gone. To add to the initial grief of the surviving cat, there’s the fact that humn family members…