While we don’t agree 100% with this video (for instance, we believe most cats ARE social animals—of course, on their own terms), this video has a great deal of good information on understanding cat behavior.
Cats Protection who made the video, is the UK’s largest feline welfare charity, rehoming and reuniting around 52,000 cats and kittens every year through its network of over 250 volunteer-run branches, 29 adoption centers and one homing center. The charity also promotes the benefits of neutering and produces a wide range of cat care information for owners.
(Photo by Barbara Doty)
There’s a new Simon’s Cat video in town and we think you will enjoy it, especially if you’ve ever tried to take a formal photograph or portrait of your feline family member!
Along with the video comes the announcement that an 11-minute color video about Simon’s Cat going to visit his vet is planned. Says the blog:
“The Simon’s Cat team has some very exciting announcements coming up in the next few weeks.
The month of June will see us reaching two amazing milestones on our official YouTube channel, passing 500 million views and 3 million subscribers!
And to mark this incredible following, we have been developing a script for a special 11-minute film (that’s right, 11 minutes!) inspired by the most fan-requested theme: visiting the vets! The film will be extra special as it will also be the first to be animated in colour!”
Do you kiss your cat and/or your dog? If so, do they like to be kissed? Today’s Friday Film is a compilation of cats who would rather not be kissed—at least not when the camera was rolling.
Some say cats only show what you think is love in order to get food.
Watch and decide for yourself.
Our friend from Australia, animal trainer Robert Dollwet, shows off his skills again today with a new video inspired by Pharrell Williams’ mega hit “Happy”. It’s also a great way to end the week and prepare for the weekend. In addition to the dogs, Dollwet’s famous skateboard-riding cat Didga is included.
Dollwet and his animal stars live in Coolangatta, Australia, and Dollwet posts on YouTube as "Catmantoo." Dollwet’s company is Malabu Dog Training. You can read more Didga, Dollwet and his training methods on his website. You can also follow them on Catmantoo’s Facebook page.
See also our January 31, 2014 post featuring Didga the Skateboarding Cat
Kitties Dance With Ceiling Fan
and another “just because” it’s Friday!
It’s been a while since we’ve featured Cory Williams and his mean kitties Loka and Sparta, so here’s a treat. Do your cat, dogs (or other) serve as your very dependable alarm clocks? Tell us in the comments!
More on clicker training with Denver’s Dumb Friends League—
Do your cats ever get the zoomies? Dogs can get the zoomies too, but they are usually never as dramatic as cat zoomies, because dogs generally are pretty earthbound. But cats… when cats get the zoomies, sometimes they can fly. And when cats get the zoomies, nothing is safe.
Here’s a new Simon’s Cat video, in which Simon’s Cat gets the zoomies. If your cats ever get the zoomies, I’m sure you will relate!