Monthly Archives: March 2014
Cats mark their territory by rubbing their face against it since it has scent glands around their face, tail and paws
So, your cat loves you but doesn’t openly admit it to you, or themselves…that sucks.
For Siamese cats, the nerves in the left side of the brain are connected to their right eye and vice versa, which can cause double vision. The cat corrects their vision by crossing their eyes so that’s why you can … Continue reading
…and any large bodies of large water for that matter. Most of you know this and it’s very obvious but here’s the WHY: their fur is not as insulating when it’s wet. Yes, quite obvious, I know, but intuitive things … Continue reading
The Cheshire Cat is one of the most famous cats. It’s mysterious character and mischievous behavior exemplifies a cat’s nature
Sir Isaac Newton invented the cat flap for his cat, Spithead, who kept opening the door and ruining an experiment
What a genius…on so many levels.
We were introduced to the cat cartoon Tom and his nemesis Jerry in 1940 in the first theatrical cartoon.