A cat can give love bites as a way of showing affection. It is often done while the cat is being played with or while someone is petting her. The bite is a way to show that she is enjoying the affection. More »

According to Hartz, cats bite to affirm dominance, to respond to a threat or to communicate a need, such as the desire to go outside. Some cats give love nips to show affection. More »

Cats bite their owners to demonstrate affection, colloquially known as a love bite, but also to warn that they are becoming over-stimulated and want to be left alone. Some cats are also more physically sensitive than oth... More »

A cat trap system is easy to set up, reusable and doesn't harm cats in any way. To build a cat trap you need a milk crate, a piece of wire or string, a stick and something to use as bait. It should take only a few minute... More »

Cats bite their owners to demonstrate affection, colloquially known as a love bite, but also to warn that they are becoming over-stimulated and want to be left alone. Some cats are also more physically sensitive than oth... More »

One of the ways cats show affection is by laying on their owners or other people they like. Cats show affection differently than dogs, and the fact that a cat wants to be close to someone should be considered a complimen... More »

Some of the common ways a cat shows affection for its owner are by purring, rubbing against the owner, holding eye contact and bringing gifts. Cats often use purring as a sign of friendliness. More »