If you own more than one cat, you may already be aware that domestic cats have a very developed sense of pecking-order.
Catnip is a great treat for your favorite cat. The best news is that catnip is easy to grow!
Leopards are famous for having a spotted coat. What's cool is that there is science involved with their coat markings and patterns.
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Cats have six sense organs. The sixth is known as the "vomeral-nasal organ," and can be thought of as a second nose.
If a cat is in your lap, you may feel its claws digging in just slightly in a slow, left-right pattern. Why do they do this?
How is it that cats can sleep so much? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Cats send all sorts of nonverbal signals, both to each other and to us humans. One of those signals is a blink. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Point at a ball and a dog will look at the ball, whereas a cat will probably look at your hand. Dogs seem to have a ready understanding of how human beings direct attention by pointing, and can follow our gestures almost as if they thought the same way we do. Of course, dogs probably [...]
Have you ever noticed that while it’s pretty easy to tell your dog is sick, it’s much harder to know how your cat or bird are feeling? Well, before you start asking your dog why it can’t be more stoic like animals half its size, it’s probably worth considering each animal’s place in the food [...]