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Feature December 2017 Issue

The Cat Who Loves Too Much

For some cat owners, this type of connection is pure nirvana. For others, it can signify too much need for contact and can be disruptive enough to seek change.

The Cat Who Loves Too Much

Sometimes, a cat's attachment to a person can border on being unhealthy. Here's how to gently modify the behavior so everyone's needs are met more appropriately.

When you’re walking around the house, he’s weaving tight figure eights around your legs. If you’re trying to take a catnap or watch some prime-time television, he’s happily draped across your neck, purring away.

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