The scents that cats deposit when rubbing objects with their muzzle are very important to them. The marking of items in this way denotes ownership and familiarity and the scent left behind is of social significance to your cat.
Behavior & enrichment videos
Cats can respond to a variety of different scents in the same euphoric way they respond to Catnip. Here you see Willow enjoying a toy that has been marinated in dried Valerian. Dried Honeysuckle and Silvervine are two other scent to try!
This sensory enrichment tool can serve a variety of purposes and meet different needs depending on your cat’s preferences. Great for itchy cats, arthritic seniors and special needs kitties who have an itch they need to scratch!
This video shows an excellent example of normal play behavior between two male cats. Males often engage in rough play well into their teenage years. What you see here is not aggression.
This is NORMAL cat play! This is NOT aggression. Note how mutual it is, no growling, no hissing, though that can also be normal and both keep coming back for more! Cats play rough and this is good and appropriate. They need to do this to each other and not to human hands and feet. […]