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King of the House

Posted on June 9, 2013 at 12:10 AM


Good morning Kate,

Happy Friday!  Wanted to share 2 quick stories about the king of the house.  Fir...

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What Causes Changes in Cats' Hierachies?

Posted on June 7, 2013 at 3:50 AM

When your cats start acting out of character, it can often be traced to a change in the home. This is true even for behaviors like the sudden inception of cat:cat aggression. Changes at home can create a change in the hierachy (order) of your cats. When the "Ruling Order" changes, aggression can be a result.

Watch out for the following common changes so that you can offer your Siberians extra attention and care at the

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5 Cat Marking Behaviors

Posted on April 20, 2013 at 2:20 AM

1. Rubbing with the head

There are few things I love more than hugging my cat, Siouxsie, while rubs her cheeks all over my face and the bows of my glasses and purrs for all she’s worth. When a cat rubs her head on you, she’s marking you with her own unique scent and letting other cats know that you belong to her. Head rubs are a form of expressing contentment and joy -- the feline equivalent of “I love you, you make me happy and relaxed, and I’m glad you&#...

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What is Territorial Aggression in Siberian Cats?

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 4:20 AM

Territorial aggression can sometimes arise suddenly between two relatively evenly-matched cats, and can take place between male-male, male-female, or female-female. Territorial aggression in the form of fighting is often accompanied by urine spraying or "marking," which helps identify this form of aggression. The aggressor cat is not necessarily the older cat, nor the one who has been in the household the longest. He will preface his attack with much posturing: back raised, ear...

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What is "Play Aggression?"

Posted on April 7, 2013 at 3:10 AM

Play Aggression

Also called "play-fighting," (play aggression) starts at an early age with littermates, or with non-related kittens sharing a household, but is not confined to kittens. Cats have a natural instict for survival, whether in the wild or in a cushy home, and early-on are taught predator-prey behavior by their mothers.

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Trimming Claws: Doing it the easy way.

Posted on March 12, 2013 at 2:50 AM

It is our pleasure to introduce today's blog author, Linda Schmoldt of  Spiffy Kitty House Call Cat Grooming . 

A trained professional groomer, certified in pet CPR, and a house call veterinary nurse (injections, drawin...

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ForestWind Oskar Thomasovich

Posted on March 10, 2013 at 3:10 AM

Nataliya's ForestWind Oskar Thomasovic, happily at home with his Mama <3

(Sher Sladkoe Pyatnyshko x ForestWind Thomas Stepanovich).

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How To Manage Active Feline Aggression

Posted on March 8, 2013 at 5:25 AM

If Fights Erupt, Get Involved

Two toms engaging in aggression.

If your cats begin to fight, interrupt the melee. “Make a startling sound like shaking a jar of pennies, snapping your fingers, or clapping your hands,” says Dr. Lindell. If that doesn’t work, blast them with a...

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Preventing Cat : Cat Aggression

Posted on March 6, 2013 at 5:15 AM

Cat-to-cat aggression may result in more than just a few clumps of hair on the carpet. If cats have unresolved issues with one another, they may injure each other, spray your house to mark territory, become lethargic, hide, refuse to eat and subsequently lose weight, experience stress and fear, and even become sick.  “Aggression can (even) lead to litter box problems or cats not being able to get to their food,” says Dr.Lindell.


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