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Birding Behavior in Cats

Birding refers to the soft, rat-a-tat, chirping, machine-gun noise a cat makes when it is intensely watching a bird or similar "prey" object that it cannot get to. Learn more about this unusual and comical feline vocalization.


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A few simple toys coupled with active daily playtime will satisfy your indoor cat’s urge to hunt. A laser pointer, a feather toy or even a piece of yarn will keep your cat’s body and mind active and engaged. Try to play with your cat for a least 30 minutes a day.

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