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Walking on a waterbed is a mystifying experience for Skitz the cat, who isn't sure how to interpret the waves underfoot. But like any good kitty, he paws and pounces at the source of his curiosity. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Squirrel Pals Around With Orange Tabby Cat Cat Enjoys Being Groomed With Vacuum Dog Says Bye-Bye...

It'd be natural to assume that a cat would give chase when spotting a squirrel, but not the orange tabby in this video. Watch as the friendly feline lets its new rodent friend bounce all over it. The duo seem to be having a blast, oblivious that the humans recording their play session are pretty entertaining themselves. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Enjoys Being Groomed With Vacuum Dog Says Bye-Bye Guilty Dog Punishes Itself...

House cats tend to hate loud noises, making vacuum cleaners a top nuisance for felines all over the world. But before you lump every kitty in the vacuum-hating category, take a look at this fluffy orange tabby kick back and relax while the dirt-sucking machine does some grooming work on its long fur. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Dog Says Bye-Bye Guilty Dog Punishes Itself This Poodle Seriously Hates Toothbrushes...

Destructive Behavior in Cats

It is normal for cats to scratch things. They do this to sharpen their claws and exercise their feet. It is also normal for cats to spend a lot of time licking themselves, since this is how they clean themselves. When cats scratch or lick the wrong things and do not respond to discouragement, they are diagnosed as having a destructive behavior problem. Not all destructive behavior is the same, however. When a cat scratches on the wrong things but does not have any other symptoms, this is usually a primary destructive behavior. Conversely, cats that spend too much time licking or scratching at things likely have a secondary destructive behavior. Both types of destructive behavior can lead to ...

10 Things Cats Hate

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