Five Cat Myths Debunked!

Myth: Cats are aloof

MythAloofFact: Cats don’t always ask for attention as their canine-counterparts may, but it doesn’t mean they don’t want some lovin’ too. Despite their stand-offish personality, cats love to cuddle and are extremely aware of your moods. If a cat seems aloof it usually  means they are nervous and unsure of their surroundings. But to help them warm up to you and your pad, be patient and earn their trust. And in no time they’ll be snuggling up right next to you.

Myth: Cats should have at least one litter before they are spayed.

MythSpayFact: If you are not planning on housing your pretty kitty and her future family, it’s a good ideas to spay them. Spaying will reduce their risk of mammary gland tumors and ovarian and uterine cancers. Spaying will help them live happier and longer lives.

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