My cat's behaviour

 

Introducing WHISKAS CATSTACAM

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Have you ever wondered what your cat was trying to tell you with some of their actions? WHISKAS® CATSTACAM™ is our brand new campaign designed to help cat lovers better understand cats by giving a glimpse into their world.

Have you ever wondered what your cat was trying to tell you with some of their actions? WHISKAS® CATSTACAM™ is our brand new campaign designed to help cat lovers better understand cats by giving a glimpse into their world.

The custom WHISKAS CATSTACAM devices let selected cats take photos and post them directly to their own Instagram accounts.

At the moment we only have a limited number of devices available so to share our cat insights we have chosen key cat lovers that will help us spread the word – and show-off their furry friends’ intriguing behaviour. To follow them, and see what adventures they get up to, simply search #Catstacamon Instagram.

But we don’t just want to show you what cats get up to, we want to provide a deeper understanding of common cat behaviour. So if you see anything you’re curious about, or the behaviour shown is similar to your cat’s, just ask a question and hashtag #AskWhiskas and our cat behavioural expert will respond, telling you what it means.

WHISKAS CATSTACAM is the social way to help you better understand cats.

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Purring

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Did you know that some cats will purr to get cuddles? They learn from an early age that purring is a good way to get their owners' attention, who are likely to oblige and make more of a fuss of their clever cat.

Did you know that some cats will purr to get cuddles? They learn from an early age that purring is a good way to get their owners' attention, who are likely to oblige and make more of a fuss of their clever cat.

 

Kittens start communicating through purrs when they are a few days old and is just one of the many methods of non-verbal communication felines use to convey their moods and needs.

 

As a cat owner, you’re probably familiar with the relaxing, ‘all is well’ purrs as you cuddle and stroke your furry friend. But not all purrs are of contentment – cats also purr when they are stressed, in pain or unwell. This is because it’s thought that purrs reassure and soothe, promote healing and reduce pain.

 

All cats are individuals however, and it’s fair to say that ten different cats will have ten different reasons for purring so it’s important to get to know you’re little cat and their way of communicating.

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