Monthly Archives: February 2014
When someone talks about fur balls, tell them that the correct scientific terminology is a bezoar. In reality, a bezoar is simply a mass that is usually stuck in the GI tract but since cats lick so much, their mass … Continue reading
Cats usually only meow at humans; if they want to direct attention to other cats, they hiss, spit, purr, and occasionally claw at the other cat’s face.
Cats spend about 2/3 of their life asleep. On top of that, they spend about 1/3 of their awake time grooming themselves. The rest of the time they act like snobs and hunt things.
Cats will munch on some grass (not that kind of grass) to help them pass fur balls through their digestion tract. Some people think that it helps to calm their stomach as well.
Many cat owners love their cats so much that they believe that they have a deep connection where their cat can read their mind
How do you know that?? You’re sick, man, you’re a monster.
A lot of people think the Egyptian Mau is the oldest cat breed but no one knows for sure. One thing we do know, however, is that it’s appearance has not significantly changed over three centuries and that it’s a … Continue reading
This feline is odd because it doesn’t groom itself or rest/sleep a lot like most domesticated cats nor does it roar like typical big cats (tigers, cheetahs, etc.).