Monthly Archives: January 2014
There is a cat breed called Asian. It’s also commonly known as Malayan. However, this breed originates from Britain. I have no comment.
All cats walk on their toes. Must be something with that thing called evolution (or Jesus if you don’t believe in it).
Petting a cat can lower your blood pressure. Don’t believe me? Google it. Or check it out here. This is probably why cats have been used in Animal Assisted Therapy since it became a type of therapy in the 1990’s. … Continue reading
Vets say that cats purr by vibrating their vocal cords and a muscle in their larynx has to open and close over the air passage about 25 times per second to create the sound.
A popular picture book of the early 20th Century titled Millions of Cats by American author Wanda Gág featured hand-illustrated pictures and text. It’s basically about how evil cats are and feels extremely Dr. Seuss-esque.
Nearly 10 years ago there was a poll that estimated that around four million cats (that’s six zeroes behind a 4) are eaten annually in Asian countries. Animal activists are working to get legislation passed to stop the consumption of … Continue reading
Catnip will get your cat high but not all cats are affected by or care for it; there is a specific gene that makes some cats go nuts over it. Doctors & vets say it’s non-addictive but they must have … Continue reading
Felix the Cat was one of the most iconic cartoons to come from the silent film era and was more popular than real actors.
The internal body temperature of a cat lies between 100.5° F and 102.5° F where humans are between 97.7° F and 99.5° F.