Friday, July 24, 2015

Mews and Nips: It’s Good to Be a Cat Person


None of you who read this blog need to be convinced that being a cat person is a good thing, but, given the bad press that cat lovers get at times, it was nice to see an article in Psychology Today that featured some scientific explanations how being owned by a cat reveals some important things about those of us who love cats. We’re more open to new experiences, we’re less stressed, and we’re less likely to be relationship-phobic. For more on why it’s good to be a cat person, read the full story in Psychology Today.

If you missed any of the stories featured on The Conscious Cat last week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we offered some help to cope with feeling overloaded, Monday, we shared tips on how to care for a blind cat, on Tuesday, we introduced you to a clever 2 in 1 UV flashlight that helps detect hidden urine stains, on Wednesday, we offered some advice on how to keep roaming cats out of your yard, and on Friday, we reviewed Dinner PAWsible by Cathy Alinovi, DVM and Susan Thixton. Ironically, also on Friday, we alerted you to a pet food recall by Bravo. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway for the UV flashlight!

I hope today’s video of cats sitting like humans will make you smile. The cat sitting with her legs crossed cracked me up. Enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

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