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A Kangaroo grooms a cat

Kangaroo grooms a cat – Arthur a rescued kangaroo helped groom a cat.

“Arthur was a rescued kangaroo Joey and Blue was a kitten rescued from a shearing shed, both raised by our daughters. He slept with the dogs and Blue was his favourite family member. I often found them curled up in the bean bag together having a cuddle and a groom. Arthur loved to be wrapped in a blanket in front of the fire on a winters day.”

Videos from Viral Hog and note this Occurred in December 2015 / Speed, Victoria, Australia

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Year in Review – Pawpular Cat Blog Post & Countries from 2019

Year in Review – Pawpular Cat Blog Post & Countries from 2019 – A list of the top 10 visiting countries and the top 10 blog post.

Year in Review - Pawpular Cat Blog Post & Countries from 2019 - A list of the top 10 visiting countries and the top 10 blog post.

2 Cats and a Blog did well in 2019, thank you to the many cats and cat lovers that read this blog.

We had 7,617 pageviews in 2019 and we published 88 new blog post.

Thanks to these top visiting countries

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Happy Mew Year

Happy Mew Year from Lilly Bug and Joel the Brave at 2 Cats and a Blog.

Happy Mew Year

Happy Mew Year means Happy New Year. We want to wish everyone of you a very happy and safe New Year. We hope that 2020 be a great year for cats and cat owners. We hope that 2020 will also bring great things to this cat blog.

Happy Mew Year (image by Vanillery Garden)
Happy Mew Year (image by Vanillery Garden)

Make sure to invite your friends, family, coworkers, cats and other animals to like and subscribe to this blog!

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5 Ways to Keep Your Cat Happy and Healthy

5 Ways to Keep Your Cat Happy and Healthy – (Family Features) While cats can be quite independent animals, they still rely on their pet parents to maintain their well-being. It’s up to pet owners to provide the adequate care, nutrition and home environment to ensure their furry friends live long and healthy lives.

5 Ways to Keep Your Cat Happy and Healthy

Consider these tips and visit and for further guidance on raising healthy and happy cats.

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How to Train Your Cat

How to Train Your Cat

5 tips from a professional tiger trainer

(Family Features) If the thought of training your pet cat seems like a difficult feat, consider the daunting task of training one of nature’s biggest cats.

After welcoming two 4-year-old Sumatran tigers, Frances and Huntley, the keepers at Nashville Zoo are doing just that. The training program, which is sponsored by TEMPTATIONS™ Cat Treats, is on display for the public to learn about how these colossal cats are trained.The trainers offer these tips and tricks from their experiences working with their tigers that you can use to train your cat at home. For more information on cat behavior, visit

Start Smart

While your training might be inspired by the behaviors you’d like your cat to adopt or change, beginning your training by rewarding your pet’s existing good habits is often an easy way to reinforce behavior. For example, if your cat sits patiently for food, pair this with a treat and verbal reassurance to praise the behavior and encourage it in the future.

Identify Motivators

When beginning the training process, identify your cat’s likes and dislikes. Some cats are motivated by toys while most are motivated by food. When starting the training process, try out a few different treat flavors to identify what gets your cat’s attention. Treats such as TEMPTATIONS™ Cat Treats come in a wide variety of flavors, making it easy to find one that will make your cat come running. For cats with health or weight restrictions, utilize toys or tactile reinforcement like petting for motivation.

Be Consistent

To prevent confusion, remain consistent when rewarding behaviors and only give praise when your cat completes a trick or task. If you reward your cat for following a command halfway or missing a step, you’re not rewarding the behavior you’d like to see in the future.

Focus on Practicality

Cats are smart creatures and full of potential when it comes to training. Pinpointing practical habits that can serve you and your cat’s lifestyle in the future is a smart and achievable goal to tackle while your cat is young and his or her habits are malleable. For example, if you plan to travel, make crate training a priority. If your cat shows resistance with nail trimming and being held, focus your training on desensitization, which will allow you to more easily groom him or her or assess injuries later on.

Celebrate the Small Victories

Training your cat can be difficult, but it’s a great opportunity for bonding and relationship building. Have patience and reinforce your pet’s hard work by acknowledging his or her effort along the way and provide encouragement to keep him or her learning and advancing in training.

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cuddle with dadda hooman

cuddle with dadda hooman

cuddle with dadda hooman ^Joel the Brave^
Photo Credit: Heather Patterson (momma hooman)

sissy don’t know what she’s missing! Just saying!

^Joel the Brave^

Do you cats love to cuddle with your hoomans?

Do you hoomans love your cat to cuddle you?

Feel free to share in the comments below!

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Office Kitty

I’m an office kitty. I had to clock in to get my pay … treats and some love.

Photo Credit: Heather Patterson

Momma hooman keeps the bottom drawer empty and open so I can curl up in it and be beside her. I like boxes and this desk drawer is just like a box!

I can take calls, chats or even blog … like I’m blogging this blog post right now. Hoomans shouldn’t leave laptops or mobile devices unattended. That’s when we can do our blog post.

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Snuck my brothers shrimp

Snuck my brothers shrimp from his special wet treat.

My brother and I both had baths. We both cried. This was his first bath. I have had at least one other bath prior.

Photo Credit: Heather Patterson

We both got a special wet treat that had a tiny whole shrimp 🍤 in it. I ate mine right away.

I then noticed brother walked away from his special wet treat. He left the best thing in there … that shrimp! So I sneaked up, grabbed it! Then pushed back to eat it. I’m sneaky and fast.

Sorry brother you walked away from it and you know the rules! Just saying!

Momma hooman got a picture of me doing it and I’m all wet too!