"While it's common for cats to scratch furniture, this tendency can be stopped by providing scratching posts. To promote usage, use catnip or pheromones.
Cats that don't use the litter box may be displeased with their restroom conditions. Small box, substrate preference, noise, insufficient boxes, and location are the causes.
Pheromone-containing urine is sprayed by cats to demarcate their territory. This behaviour can be stopped by neutering and lowering stress with resources and Feliway.
Introduce new cats to existing cats gradually. Negative associations can be avoided with the aid of scent trading and controlled visual interactions. Don't rush!
Stress and skin allergies can lead cats to overgroom, which necessitates a vet visit. Examine skin conditions and stresses. Buster collars are not acceptable.
Cats may howl at night because they are nocturnal creatures or because they are looking for mates, but older cats may howl excessively because of health problems.
"Crepuscular cats may be more active at night, which might make them hyperactive. For evening amusement, provide toys and interactive feeds."
"Never allow your kitten to play with your fingers or toes. Use toys on a stick. Say "ouch" if bit. Stop playing if overexcited."
Cat aggression towards people is a major problem that can be brought on by a lack of socialisation, bad experiences, or unrestrained play activity.
Watch out for indicators of stress in animals, such as vocalisation, aggression, hiding, and toileting. Consult a veterinarian to rule out sickness and, if necessary, a behaviourist.