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You scratch his ears, you rub his belly, you pet his neck, and then your cat turns around purring with delight to show you his butt. His cute little nose offered a more pleasant sight…. This weird behaviour is one of many explained in this new book available only in French for now.
Okay, so, to start off, I need to declare that Marzipan is the queen of showing me her butt. She loves it. To be honest though, I do sometimes encourage it.
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The universal way how cats say hello, is the classic butt sniff. This holds true for cats who have lived together for years, introducing a new cat indoors or cats greeting each other outdoors. Cats can also say hello, by head-butting or bonking which trigger the release of scent glands and reinforce their social bonds.
Thanks to its natural characteristics, when the cat was born, they have been given body parts that help them meet their own grooming needs. For example, a rough tongue and disc under the sole of a foot are used as a face towel, a set of teeth to remove solid debris on the body. It starts with the cat mom licking its kittens immediately after giving birth, in part to cleanse the kitten, stimulating them to excrete urine and feces.
Overview Anal sac disease is a common and very smelly problem. If you have ever experienced an atrocious odor coming from the backside of your beloved cat, you have probably had the pleasure of smelling anal gland discharge. This fluid, used to mark territory, is normally expelled during defecation. If the fluid builds up in the glands, it can cause pain and infection, and sometimes even lead to abscesses and rupture.
As some flatteringly loyal readers will recall, my beloved cat Cheese passed away a month ago. It was awful, and remains so, but things improved somewhat when I convinced my girlfriend to bring her cat over for the weekend. And then, well, I refused to give him back.