Your Cat Is Not Being Bad When He Scratches

There are biological reasons for the urge.

Your cat looks directly at you, gazing lazily as he hangs his body by his claws, which happen to be resting deeply in the side of your silk-covered couch. Or maybe he digs furiously into your expensive rug before luxuriously stretching — while still dug in! Why is he being so naughty? He’s not. Stretching […]
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