As 2019 enters the history books, it’s time to review the last 12 months of our blog posts that garnered the most traffic. Here in order of readership, are the five most read blog posts for 2019:
Our Most Read Post in 2019
Cat Behavior: Why Cats Bite
It can be quite surprising when your cat suddenly bites you out of the blue. Cats usually give us warning signs before acting out by biting. It’s important to understand and heed those signs such as tail thumping, or vocalization. Common causes of cat bites include overstimulation, or pain in the area being petted.
Learn about causes of cat bites and what to do to diffuse the situation when it happens.
Why Does My Indoor Cat Suddenly Want To Go Outside?
Indoor cats are often quite happy staying indoors, but why do they occasionally beg to go outside? There are many reasons for this: A new cat in the neighborhood, or simply boredome.
This post provides several common reasons for this change of behavior, along with steps you can take to bump up the interest level of your cat’s indoor environment.
Prepare Your Cat For Baby’s Arrival
Adding a baby to your family is a major change for everyone in the family, including your cat. This post offers advice on preparing your cat for the changes the baby will present, in addition to some special steps to help your cat feel they’re still an important member of the family.
Five Words To Describe Cats
Depending on a person’s point of view, the words used to describe cats are often very different. I took an informal poll of people that are cat lovers, those that consider themselves “dog people” and those with no pets. For cat lovers, words used to describe cats included loving, calming and friendly; dog people used words like allergies and clingy: for those with no pets terms included sneaky and aloof.
This post provides additional terms used by all three groups, and ways to begin changing perceptions of cats for a better understanding of our feline companions.
Sphynx Cat Care: 7 Things To Be Aware of Before Adding One to Your Family
People are often drawn to Sphynx cats because of their unusual “hairless” appearance. Their lack of hair means little to no shedding. Although they have very little hair, this cat breed requires special care to prevent skin problems and stay healthy.
This article provides many aspects of sphynx cat care potential guardians should be aware of before moving forward with adding one to their family.
We have many post ideas in the queue for this year. If you have a topic you’d like us to cover, please send us an email, we’d love to hear from you!
All the best in 2020!