Experts do not know for certain why cats lick plastic bags, but they theorize that cats are drawn to the texture of the plastic, the crinkling sound the bags make when manipulated, the lingering smell of food from inside... More »

Cats may enjoy licking plastic bags for a variety of reasons, including the smell of the previous contents of the bag, the noise the bag makes, the texture of the bag on the cat's tongue and attraction to the cornstarch ... More »

Cats may enjoy licking plastic bags for a variety of reasons, including the smell of the previous contents of the bag, the noise the bag makes, the texture of the bag on the cat's tongue and attraction to the cornstarch ... More »

Cats lick people for relaxation, sharing scents, grooming, as a means of affection and showing territory. These actions are either innate or learned from their mothers as a means of trust and belonging. More »

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Cats lick their own hair, or fur, and the fur of other cats for a variety of reasons, including grooming, cooling off and bonding. Cats spend 50 percent of the time they are awake licking themselves. More »

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, cats lick for a variety of reasons, including a response to stress, illness and boredom or even as a form of comfort. Cats may also suckle or li... More »

An economical option for outdoor or feral cats involves a plastic storage bin, a cardboard box to fit inside, and Styrofoam squares for insulation. You can place a vinyl flap over the door to keep out wind and rain, and ... More »