Cats Eye View Blog

Janiss Garza blogs about how cats might see the world by observing her cats Boodie, Binga and Sparkle.

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Cats Eye View Blog by Janiss Garza
Ever wondered how cats view the world? Janiss Garza has. Hear her speculations in this blog about her cats Sparkle, Binga and Boodie. 

Go on vet visits with these cats, find out if either are Janiss' "Soul Cat" and discover whether these cats are best of friends or worst of enemies (or both).

Want more of Sparkle and crew? Check out the Sparkle the Designer Cat blog. See great cat pictures and amazing feline insight in this blog straight from the cat's mouth.

Hotel Cat: 10 Tips
Traveling with your cat? Make cats in hotels comfortable, safe and secure with these tips.

What Will Happen to Your Cat After You're Gone?
Pet parents can create trusts, call on family or enlist a care service to give cats a home after they lose their people.

Cats In Costumes: Wrong, Irresistible or Both?
To dress up cats or not to dress up cats, that is the question.

New Cat Bonding
Every cat presents a different bonding opportunity. How did you bond with your cats and kittens?

My Cats' New Normal
Life had been pretty consistant lately ... until a new kitten arrived.

The Gift of a Cat
A kitten destined for great things helps out during a difficult time.

Closure for Cats and Those Who Love Them
Saying thank you to everyone who expressed condolences for the passing of Sparkle the Designer Cat.

Endings
Is it really time to say goodbye to my cat?

Introvert Cats Vs Extrovert Cats
Does nature or nurture lead to cat extroversion versus cat introversion?

Hey, Cat — Nice to Meet You?
Cat introductions have lots of "rules." Should we follow them or break them?

Earning Cat Trust
Different cats need different reassurance tactics, but all cats need a way to know they can trust us so we can help them.

Rental Cats
Cats tiptoe along the line between pleasure and self-preservation with grace and spontaneity. We never own cats; we only rent them for a few years.

Cat Vacation from Hell
Even one night away from the comforts of their homes is enough to upset cats.

Kitty Bribery
Call it motivation, call it incentive — we do what it takes to encourage cats.

How Cats Get What They Want
See the secret to getting what you want. (Hint: Be a cat.)

Cat Vet Comes Calling
Hear what you get when you get a mobile cat vet.

Kitty Anger Management
Do you tempt your cat's wrath with teasing?

Cat People: Smart, Introverted, Non-Conforming and Accurately Stereotyped
It's true — Cat people are smart, non-conformist introverts.

Cats Do Not Equal Children ... And Vice Versa
The Pope says cats are kid supplements. What do you think?

Are You Turning Your Back on Shelter Cats?
It's Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. Hear how you can help pets, even if your house has reached cat capacity.

Cats Can Be Heroes ... But Not in My House
Heroic cats, like Tara who saved a boy from a dog attack, can be found in many homes. Although maybe not in all of them.

The Downside of Cat Blogging
Think snapping that cute cat picture is easy? Hear how our cat blogger manages cat personalities for the perfect shot.

Cat Escape Artists (or Not)
Cats might try to make a break for the great outdoors, but your concerted efforts to keep them inside could influence their decisions.

The Bad-Kitty Dilemma
What do we do when cats misbehave?

The Method Behind Meowing
Cats meow to communicate with us, not to talk to other cats.

Sacrificing for Cats
We give up some things when we get cats, but what we get in return is way, way more.

Do Cats Reflect Their People's Personality Quirks?
We could shape our cats' personalities more than we think.

Dog and Cat Sitter Matchmaker
Nothing will tell you whether any one cat sitter will be the right match for your own feline until you go away.

Kitty Love Languages
Cats show us love in unique, sometimes counterintuitive ways. How does your cat say "I love you"?

Are Only Cats Lonely Cats?
Cats aren't pack animals like dogs, but they do need companionship in either people or other pets.

Cat Smarts Versus Dog Smarts: Who Wins?
Comparing cat intelligence to dog intelligence is like comparing solitary apples to pack oranges.

Emotional Sponges
When we're stressed, our cats are stressed. Hear what happens.

Cat, You Mad?
When your cat makes eye contact while going outside the litterbox, you might think it's out of revenge. You'd be (a little) right.

Are Calicos and Tortoiseshell Cats Troublemakers?
Hear about the Tri-Colored 'Tude and see if it rings true for your cats.

The Cat Breed That Goes "Flop”
An adopted cat’s background, like its behavior, can be a mystery, but a few fateful moments make everything clear.

I Am a Sane Cat Lover
Should cat fans embrace the phrase "Crazy Cat Lady," or should we pick a better title to express our appreciation of cats?

Kitty Matchmaking and Social Media
Sometimes, the pieces fall into place and a cat finds a home that's just right.

Cats: Free Will on Four Legs
Why is it that we delight in our cats' misbehavior?

Kitty Cliques
We might feel like outsiders when cats buddy up, but we do have one secret weapon that keeps us popular.

My Cat-Related Resolutions
Cats might not need resolutions – they'e perfect just as they are – but maybe we can resolve to be better pet parents.

In a Feral State of Mind
See how feral cats and house cats "speak" a different language.

That Kitty Christmas Spirit
Treats, time off and a tree full of toys, aka ornaments: Christmas was made for cats.

Cats: Killers by Nature. Cute, Cuddly, Killers
Cats's killing instinct can be off-putting to some, but seeing it in a different light could make this predatory nature easier to accept.

The Cat We Couldn't Keep
You have to be good to your cat family, and to potential kitty additions, by respecting the personalities of each and doing what's best.

Return Kitties
Why do some breeders and rescues have clauses that they'll accept returned cats? Because, sadly, sometimes cats are meant for different families than their adoptive ones.

Unconditional Love
Some cats enter our lives accidentally, and then change them indelibly.

A Cat's Nose Knows Your Secrets
If everything smells OK to your cat, all is right in his world.

What Is the Sound of One Cat Missing?
You might be more likely to sense the absence of a cat than hear or see it.

Home Is Where the Cat Is
To travel, or not to travel, when you have cats? That is the question.

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