Making sense of cat scent marking

Veterinarian Marty Becker and pet care expert Kim Campbell Thornton explain the importance of scents to cats. Cats use feline body scents to mark territory and identify one another. They also use their keen sense of smell to identify signs left by other animals or substances. Cats have an anatomical structure in their nasal cavity accessed through ducts in the roof of the mouth that allows them to "taste" some scents.

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