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With slightly-crossed baby blues, stubby legs, and pinkish-black jellybeans, Nala has pawed her way into the hearts of 4.3 million people — earning the Guinness World Record for the Most Popular Cat on Instagram.

Whether you’re embracing your Japanese heritage or have adopted a Japanese or Kurilian Bobtail, here are 400+ possible names for your cat. 

Every cat has its own blended personality — so no two cats play the same. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t five playstyles that your feline might use. Ready to add pizzazz to your cat’s playtime? Take this quiz.
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Smudge — who has 1.4 million Instagram followers — is a chunky yet funky meme-lord who hates veggies (except for taters).
Salami makes a tasty pizza topper or spicy sub stuffer. But have you ever wondered whether your cat can have a little salami? Sara Ochoa, a veterinary consultant for DogLab, says, “You can give your cat a thinly-sliced piece of salami as a treat.” 
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Did you know that 50 percent of cats don’t like catnip

Almost 80 percent of cats respond to silvervine, says the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, and 40 percent reacts to valerian root and Tatarian honeysuckle. 

At first glance, it’s easy to underestimate Elle and Apollo. Elle was born paralyzed from the waist down. Apollo is very unsteady on his feet. But both can do anything a "normal" cat can do. 

Speak LOLcat? But wish you had a secret decoder guide to cat body language? You're about to become a cat whisper. For this guide, we sat down with Marilyn Krieger, The Cat Coach and the author of Naughty No More, to learn how to speak cat.
With gossamer green eyes, giant batty ears, and goaty meows, Balam has scratched his way to Instafame with 222 thousand followers. An Oriental Shorthair, he lives a littermate and three rescued street cats.

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