June 10, 2015 Cats

Cat Myths Debunked

A black cat

Cat Myths Debunked

Cats are the masters of disguise. They have the innate ability to masquerade themselves as a healthy cat until hospitalization and intensive care are required. Sick cats commonly hide under the bed or in the closet; however, many cat owners mistakenly believe this behavior is simply their cat expressing its feline independence rather than a potential sign of serious illness. Another sick cat behavior frequently mistaken for bad cat behavior is a loss of litter box training. Check out our slideshow debunking 4 common myths about cats.

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