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6 Signs that your cat is stressed the heck out

6 Signs that your cat is stressed the heck out 0

Cats are naturally skittish by nature, but there is a clear difference between a cat being stressed and naturally jumpy. When your cat is stressed, they will display certain behaviors to let you know that they’re experiencing anxiety and nervousness. No one wants to see their kitty stressed. Be sure to watch for any or all of these signs so you can help center your cat’s chi once more…

Here are 6 signs your cat is stressed–and how to help!

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Ten+ Signs You’re Not Ready For A Dog or Cat

Ten+ Signs You’re Not Ready For A Dog or Cat 0

Whether it's a dog or cat, a pet will require a lifestyle change. However, sometimes that's just not feasible.

"Owning a pet is a lot of work," veterinarian Dr. Adam Christman, tells Bustle. "They are just like having children. They have their own wants, needs, and expectations," all of which will require your attention. And many times, the change is a lot more than you were ready for. The following is a list of signs that you're not ready for pet.

1. You Don't Have A Solid Routine
2. You Have Big Travel Plans
3. You've Been Moving A Lot
4. You Just Accepted A New Job
5. Money Is Tight
6. You Aren't 100% Sure
7. You Love To Be Spontaneous
8. You Like To Sleep In
9. You Haven't Done Your Research
10. You Can't Imagine Going For Walks
11. You're Spotting Flaws In The Pet
12. You'd Have To Hide The Pet
13. You Haven't Thought Long-Term

Any furends out there disagree with this list?

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Real Pet Sematary? Truth or Fiction? Frozen cat comes back to life

Real Pet Sematary? Truth or Fiction? Frozen cat comes back to life 0

When you live in the home state of horror and supernatural writer Stephen King, stories about dead cats coming back to life might not seem that unusual. 


"When these guys brought the cat into me the cat was frozen almost solid. It was stiff," said David Lloyd, public works director in Lincoln, Maine.

"He was completely unresponsive," animal control officer Mary Ann Curtis said.

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Should your cat go outside to explore?

Should your cat go outside to explore? 0

Can letting your cat out into nature do damage to the local ecosystem

What does your cat do when it goes outdoors? Your adorable house cat is also a ruthless predator. A conservation biologist makes the case for keeping cats indoors, or at least on leashes.

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