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Talk to your cat - what do cat chirps and trills mean?

Talk to your cat - what do cat chirps and trills mean?


Interpreting the cat language is an art that only a chosen few managed to master to purrfection. Do you sometimes wonder, fabCats: “What went through this cat’s mind?” or ask them directly: “Can you explain what you’re thinking about?”. Meowing, hissing, trilling, chirping, purring or silent stuttering are just some of the popular sounds cats make and each of them has a different meaning. Today we encourage you to talk to your cat and for this occasion we give you a handy “cat to hooman” dictionary. Curious?

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Panther to a house cat - how much wild nature sleeps inside our domestic furry friends?

Panther to a house cat - how much wild nature sleeps inside our domestic furry friends?

How are you feeling after the Sunday celebrations? August 8th was the International Cat Day and we have to be honest - as fabCats we definitely had some good reasons to be happy. After all it was a special day for our furry friends who support us every day by waking us up at 4 am (t make sure we don’t sleep through the breakfast time!), putting their furry decorations on every going out shirt and showing how to sleep comfortably on the sofa and chill all day. On the International Cat Day we also remember that inside...


Cat home alone - how to make them safe and comfortable?

Cat home alone - how to make them safe and comfortable?

Cats can seem like they’re loners, but deep down they’re truly sociable beasts. The pandemic situation definitely spoiled many kittens in that sense - with hoomans in the home office, cats could count on countless pets, cuddles and a fresh plate of food at any time of the day. But the idyll will come to an end at some point and cats will have to stay alone for 8-10 hours a day. Summer escapades of the cat Guardians are also a tough nut to crack. When we were planning our summer trips this year, we asked ourselves an...


When your cat wakes up too early

When your cat wakes up too early

Taking a cat companion under your roof always provides a great attraction for the cat Guardians. From the first time playing with a wand toy, crazy pursuits after candy wrappers, through trying to maneuver around a cat on the office chair to the meowing wakeups at 4 a.m. - you can expect anything and everything with a kitten. Early morning and late evening activity is definitely one of the hardest elements of a cat’s natural cycle that every fabCat has to face. How can we manage it and why are cats always early birds?


Debunking cat stereotypes

Debunking cat stereotypes

Who hasn’t heard at least one harmful cat stereotype ever, be the first to throw a snack! We know that you - our dear fabCats, can easily distinguish a blant myth from facts and truths about cat existence. We also know, however, that cats have been given many labels throughout the years and no self-respecting, feisty kitten would agree with them. Today, with the help of your fabCatstic comments on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, we’re debunking stereotypes that stuck out the most for us and you. Fasten your seatbelts and hold on tight - on the road to...


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