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15 facts on cat bunting

Here are 15 facts about cat bunting. It isn’t only cats who employ this form of behaviour. Bunting is sometimes described as head-butting. Bunting is a form of scent communication (communicating through smell which...

Feline allorubbing

Why do cats rub their faces on you?

Cats rub their faces on their human guardians to improve the bond between them. Scent glands On each side of a domestic cat’s face there are four glands. These glands are the temporal gland,...

Why do cats join us in the bathroom?

Why do cats join you in the bathroom?

Often the reason why cats join you in the bathroom is because through the scent of your faeces and urine you have advertised your presence and metaphorically given them a calling card and an...

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