Animal Behaviors

Mar 27, 2013 at 7:32 p.m. ET
Image: Wendy Gilmore
Domino another one of Wendys3-dcats.blogspot.com, is definitely not scratching furniture in this photo, but if she was it would only be a natural gesture. Cats scratch not only because they are genetically designed to, but also because it feels good on their claws.

1 /9: Rubbing Against Furniture

1/9 :Rubbing Against Furniture

2 /9: Peeping Toms

2/9 :Peeping Toms

3/9 :Ears

4 /9: Tail Movements

4/9 :Tail Movements

5 /9: Leash Pulling

5/9 :Leash Pulling

6 /9: Marking Territory

6/9 :Marking Territory

7/9 :Drooling

8 /9: Smiling

8/9 :Smiling

9 /9: Sleeping Habits

9/9 :Sleeping Habits