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Cats Behaving Badly? Think Again!

Is Mr. Fluffandstuff being naughty? Are your punishment techniques unsuccessful at gettingresults? A new approach to “bad behavior” may help you change how you look at your cat and find solutions that work for both of you. There are often … Continue reading

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I Love You, But Please Be Quiet!

Though cats communicate mostly by body language, some cats “talk” more than others. This is could be genetic (some breeds, such as the Siamese, are especially prone to this) and partly a learned behavior. It’s even been said that cats … Continue reading

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Tessa’s Time To Shine

By Daniel Quagliozzi New cats enter the shelter everyday and everyone of them has a story to tell. Every now and again, a unique case like Tessa captures the interest of the Cat Behavior Team, both as a challenge and … Continue reading

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It’s a Matter of Felin-ality

This is the final article written by Barbara Kohn in this week’s three-part series about special programs at The San Francisco SPCA (The SF/SPCA) for cats, featured on www.examiner.com. Looking to adopt a new cat? If you prefer a cat … Continue reading

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Keeping Her Eyes On The Prize

By Daniel Quagliozzi Today we are paying tribute to the very lovely and unique Ariana. This sleek, blue-eyed bundle of energy came to us on April 19Th from San Francisco Animal Care and Control. Her previous guardian could no longer … Continue reading

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