We are avid cat lovers who take particular interest in cat health, cat welfare and cat behavior.

The domestic cat is a wonderful, complex and intriguing animal. There is, and always will be, a myriad of questions surrounding the behavior, attitude and characteristics of our wonderful feline friends.

A variety of informational topics regarding behaviorial patterns, psychology and areas of cat welfare and safety will be covered on the pages that follow.

For The Love Of Cats'
Table of Contents
Temperature and the Siamese Coat Pattern
Cat Sounds
Games Cat Play
Cat Tail Signals
Cats Like People Who Fear Them
How Long Can a Cat Breed?
Getting Closer to Your Cat
Sight, Sound and Smell
A Case for Neutering and Spaying
Common Household Dangers
Disaster Preparation
Cat Myths

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A very special thank you goes to the following authors whose very informative and indepth material are the basis of this website:

Desmond Morris, author of the book "CatLore"
This is a must read book! Anyone interested in cat behavior and cat trivia will love this book.

Connie Jankowski, author of "Adopting Cats and Kittens"
This book is an excellent guide to cat health, behavior and pet owner responsibility.

Claire Bessant, author of "How to Talk to Your Cat"
A very informative book on how to interpret the complex vocal and body language of cats and how to communicate with your pet.

Gina Spadafori and Paul D. Pion, DVM, DACVIM, authors of "Cats for Dummies"
A wonderful reference covering the A's to Z's of cat care.