Many Cats May Be Miserable Left Alone for Long Stretches

New study suggests one in seven felines suffers from separation-related problems.

There’s a belief in some circles that a cat can easily cope with her owner’s absence for long periods of time. The thinking is that when people head out, the pet is content to curl up in her favorite closet, or at her favorite window, and hang out by herself for as many hours as […]
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