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Apr 28, 2015 - There's a new pet adoption video making the rounds, and this one aims to have you dancing at your desk. “Cats Doing Cat Stuff…For Adoption!
About JaneA Kelley: Punk-rock cat mom, science nerd, animal shelter volunteer, and all-around geek with a passion for bad puns, intelligent conversation, and role-play adventure games. She gratefully and gracefully accepts her status as chief cat slave for her family of feline bloggers, who have been writing their cat advice column, , since 2003. JaneA dreams of making a great living out of her love for cats.More science-y stuff by JaneA Kelley:
Water is indeed the stuff of life, and cats, particularly those on a dry food diet, need plenty of fresh, cool water for tissues, and for a healthy urinary tract system. Most cats love the action and taste of flowing, filtered water, and the Drinkwell is a favorite with my cats.
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For the past 20 years The Dog's Meow has also been supplying healthy and fun stuff for felines. We are proud to offer a variety of nutritional food: frozen raw, canned, freezed dried, dehydrated and dry kibble. We have a great selection of tasty cat treats , fun toys and earth friendly kitty litters. Some of our favorite manufactures we carry are From the Field, Vee Enterprise, Hot Cats (your cats will do flips for Hot Cats), Orijen and Acana, Weruva, Tiki Cat, EVO, GO & Now, PureVita, Rad Cat, Primal Raw and many more. We'd love for you to come visit us at either of our two locations, Salt Lake City or Draper and pick up something for your feline companion.The thing is, cats don't really have many options other than rubbing on stuff, they do it for a number of reasons and one of these is for social interaction. Cats rub against one another to strengthen social bonds, they rub their head on you in order to develop a sort of "clan scent", but they will also rub their body on you, which doesn't have any scent glands, in order to show you affection.The idea comes from the fact that cats rub on inanimate objects in order to scent them, so the cat-hating theory is that cats are simply marking you as their territory, kind of like the feline equivalent of a dog peeing on stuff.So the next time you’re having a bad day or are just looking to make a good one even better, scroll down! These adorably confused, playful, and proud kitties will be happy to demonstrate the best of the Stuff on Cats craze in order to leave you with a smile on your face!