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Burden of Leadership

Lou feels the burden of leadership. He’s two-and-a-half. Not even an adult yet. However, he was trained by the best. Our Reverend Jim mentored him to be our New Heart. He brings some natural talent, too. Every cat chooses their own role in Cat Civilization. burden of leadership Even though every cat brings their uniqueness, there are some broad categories …

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Baby Panther Kitten: Morgen Le Faye

Our baby panther kitten is six months old. From tiny beginnings, she’s filled out with appropriate muscle. I warned Mr WayofCats about her quicksilver reflexes, which are now in full flower. Currently, her favorite game is to wrestle with a toy while inside the blue kitten hut. This makes it roll around the studio like a tumbleweed, and I sometimes …

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How Cats Handle Suspense

How cats handle suspense is part of their impressive intelligence. Yet many people, who don’t have a relationship with a cat, vastly underestimate the feline intellect. handle suspense The way cats deal with recognition of future events indicates they do have an imagination. Which they use to manage the tension between what they want, and what they have. If we …

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Attention Training

Attention training is not something we perform on our cats. It’s what our cats teach us. We make them happy that way. By letting them guide us about how it’s done. attention training Rhiannon is a teen cat now. At least, by the numbers: fourteen months old. She shows off that developing intellect. Mostly, with new ways to get my …

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Taking Care of Their Hearts

Care of their hearts seems like something that’s already on our radar. But some blips are not big enough to recognize, and help with, at first. While cats show their emotions to those they trust, they also don’t want to hurt our feelings. We can miss signals because they worry about making us feel rejected. heart care The popular image …

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Dear Pammy, I want things to be perfect for them

I often hear, “I want things to be perfect for them!” It’s an index of how much we love. But if we let this impossibility rule, that would be a project doomed to failure. Then, we feel like failures. to be perfect As seen above, Rhiannon, now a year old, has claimed this section of bookcase. It’s right over my …

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