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Solving Behavior Problems in Cats 
Solving Litter Box Problems  If you're having a hard time persuading your cat to head for the litter box when it's appropriate, it may be time to draw a line in the sand.  Most cats perfer eliminating on a loose, grainy substance, which is why they quickly learn to use a litter box.  But when their preferences include the laundry basket, the bed, or the Persian rug, you may find yourself with a difficult problem...

Solving Aggression Between Family Cats  If the battles between your feline family members are anything like the struggle between Cain and Able, there are a few things you can do to prevent the "sibling rivalry" from reaching biblical proportions...

Reducing Your Cat's Fearful Behavior  Fight, Flee or Freeze.  No, it isn't the latest game show sweeping the nation.  Instead, these three "f's" describe the ways that cats usually respond to objects, persons, or situations they perceive as a threat...

Destructive Scratching  Although some people think a cat's scratching behavior is a reflection of her distate for a couch's upholstery, a not-so-subtle hint to open the drapes, or a poorly conceived Zorro impersonation, the fact is that cats scratch objects in their environment for many perfectly normal reasons.