Monthly Archives: January 2014
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.
They help cats maneuver around objects and determine if they can squeeze through an opening. Those whiskers can even help express their mood. If a whisker is damaged, the cat will feel a lot of pain since they are connected … Continue reading
The collarbone of your feline friend is not connected to any bone in their body. Rather, it sits in between muscles in their shoulders which allows them to fit in small places.
Maine Coons are considered one of the oldest natural breeds of domesticated cats in North America. It is one of the largest breeds and with their size & girth comes a lot of health problems. Annual check-ups and screenings can … Continue reading