Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Tuesday Cat Tip


Head butting, tail twining, and leg weaving are just a few ways your cat marks his or her social territory.


Using glands located at the tail, face, and underside of the front paws, your cat rubs his or her scent onto you with each pass. Cats find familiar scents comforting and also use them to determine who is part of their social pack. By exchanging scents with other family members and pets, your cat creates a unique group smell that identifies your family to other cats.


Purrr... I think I might make this a weekly thing... should I make this a weekly blog hop? Hmmm... what ya think?






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