8 Things You’re Doing That’s Working Your Cat’s Last Nerve

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Cats have this reputation for being so hard to read and mysterious when the truth is they’re very good at communicating their feelings and desires. And I’m not only talking about emotions such as anger or fear.

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Writer for The Los Angeles Times, Salon, The Startup, Tenderly, Fearless She Wrote, MuddyUm. Christineschoenwaldwriter.com

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