Have you ever wondered why your cat is meowing? Yes, a cat's meow is its way of communicating, but cats meow for many different reasons like; Saying hello, asking for things and to tell their owner when something is wrong. Kittens meow to their mother to let her know that they are either hungry or cold, but once they grow older, they will no longer meow to other cats. Adult cats do not meow to fellow adult cats, only humans. The most common reason for meowing are:
Cats need to play no matter how young or old. Most cats love all different kinds of toys and each cat typically has it's own special preference on which toy is their favorite. The key is to provide your cat toys that offer a variety of uses. Having toys that your cat can carry, wrestle, roll with and one to "baby" are important in keeping your cat active and entertained. Try to rotate you cat's toys weekly to keep a fresh playtime. This will provide your cat with a stimulatin
We are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don't please! Remember that song from that Siamese cats on Lady and the Tramp? We do! Siamese cats were one of the first distinctly recognizable breeds of an Oriental cat. The cat is native to Thailand and became one of the most popular breeds in Europe and North America during the 2oth century. The modern Siamese cat is characterized by blue almond shaped eyes, a triangular head shape, large ears, an elongated slender musc
Here's a list of fun facts about cats that makes them stand apart from the rest of the animal kingdom! -Stubbs is a cat who has been major of Takeetna, Alaska for 15 years. @mayorstubbs
-Cats spend 70% of their lives sleeping!
-Cats do not have sweat glands. They sweat through their paws. The sweat glands on their paws are used so the cat can mark its territory.
-Free ranging and domesticated cats who spend the majority of their time outside have contributed to the extinic