Strange Feline Behavior
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Strange Feline Behavior


Group Category: Fun & Leisure

Type: Public (?)
Founder: Seiren
Founded: September 11, 2009
Location: anywhere
Members: 5
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This is a place to discuss our cats' strange behavior, be it curious, smart, comical, or just plain odd. Ask questions and discuss those unique feline behaviors that aren't necessarily problems, but get our attention.

I made this group because I've been part of a forum of the same nature that just seems to be dead now. I really enjoyed hearing about all these different cats' cute or quirky ways. I hope you'll all join and share your cats' with everyone. We can discuss solutions, laugh about the cute nature of your cat, or be there to support each other in those troubled times.

Please keep posts on topic: amusing or problematic behavior. Keep in mind that we aren't professionals. We give advice based only on our own experiences. If your kitties are in trouble, please give them the professional help they need.