7 Common Myths About Cats

Cats form strong social bonds and affection like dogs. Aggression often indicates illness or anxiety.

Cats Are Mean

Cats interact closely with owners and bond with other household pets when properly introduced.

Cats Are Unsocial

Cats need active play and stimulation. Destructiveness happens when needs aren't met.

Cats Are Lazy

Cats form close-knit communities in nature. They thrive on positive attention from owners.

Cats Are Solitary

Cats can learn verbal cues, leash walking, tricks, and respond to training like dogs.

Cats Don't Listen

While food motivated, cats desire companionship, playtime, and affection daily.

Care About Food

Responsible care and vet visits keep cats healthy. Their antibodies fight infections.  

Cats Spread Disease 

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