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While purring is the hallmark of a happy cat, it doesn’t always mean that your cat is simply content. Cats purr for many different reasons, including when they’re hungry or hurt. Here are 6 reasons your cat may purr.

Whether you’re a new cat parent or you’ve adopted a special needs cat that’s going outside of the box, these simple tips will make litter training a snap.
If your cat is one of the 50 percent that's indifferent to catnip, try valerian root. It contains two compounds that attract cats — actinidine and valerenic acid. Valerian root can transform your lazy, fat cat into an exercise machine. 
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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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. 

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.
As cat moms and dads, we all have something catnip-related in our homes, but how much do you really know about the herb that drives cats wild? Here's some nip trivia to share with your cat-loving friends! WHAT IS CATNIP? Nepeta cataria, commonly known as catnip, catswort, or catmint, is actually a plant from the mint family. It is a short-lived perennial and grows 20-40 inches tall and grows best in full sunlight. Catnip can be grown as an ornamental plant that is known to attract 
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