Are the Cats in Your Home Part of the Same Social Group?

There are ways to tell if your cats see each other as “affiliates” or not.

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“Cats are solitary survivors,” as both the American Academy of Feline Practitioners and the International Society for Feline Medicine point out. “They need to have free access to key environmental resources without being challenged by other cats….” That said, in a multi-cat household, two or more cats may perceive themselves to be part of the […]
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