2017 is drawing to a close, so I wanted to take this opportunity to do a roundup of our most popular posts for the year, as defined by you, our readers.
Most Read Post of 2017:
This post first appeared at the end of 2016, but was our most read for 2017. Ever had this happen? This post discusses some possible reasons for this behavior, and suggestions to help.
2nd Most Read Post of 2017:
Have you been curious about how much and how long your cat remembers? This article discusses long and short term memory in cats, along with issues such as cognitive disorder.
3rd Most Read Post of 2017:
Sometimes it seems as though our cat bites us for no reason, out of the blue. Often, cats give us signs, and if we don’t heed the warning, a bite follows. This post describes some of the warning signs cats give us before biting.
4th Most Read Post of 2017:
One of the reasons I established this site was to help change perceptions of cats. As this post points out, those that don’t understand and appreciate cats select very different adjectives than we cat lovers would use.
5th Most Read Post of 2017
Similar to the post in the third spot, those that aren’t cat lovers often don’t understand the both cat guardians have with their feline companions. This article discusses some of the comments we occasionally have to address.
6th Most Read Post of 2017
Does your cat lick you, and you’re curious about why he does it? This post discusses some of the reasons for this behavior. You might be surprised by some of the information.
7th Most Read Post of 2017
Cats often deal with with changes in the household, and the arrival of a new baby is a big change to consider. This post offers suggestions to help cats prepare for the arrival of the new baby.
8th Most Read Post of 2017
What’s NOT to love about ginger cats?! This post gives five of the many reasons we think ginger cats rock!
9th Most Read Post of 2017
Who likes being stared at, anyway? Learn why staring at your cat makes him uncomfortable.
10th Most Read Post of 2017
Many of us are intrigued by the Sphynx breed. They have a very unique appearance, but require additional care to stay healthy. This post describes aspects of Sphynx guardianship to consider before adding one to your family.
We appreciate your support of our site and look forward to bringing you lots of new and exciting content in 2018.
Have a safe and Happy New Year, see you in 2018!