Monthly Archives: March 2014
In the 1930’s, Russian biologists found that Siamese kittens changed color depending on their body temperature.
Declawing is basically amputating your cat’s toe at the last joint to take away the claw AND bone. To compare the anatomy, a human would have to amputate the distal phalanges, or the knuckle just below your nail, indicated by … Continue reading
Sal Esposito, a domestic feline from Boston, Massachusetts, was summoned for jury duty in 2011 because his owners listed him as a member of the family for the 2010 Census.
The average lifespan for an outdoor cat is about 3 to 3 1/2 years but for an indoor cat, the lifespan is about 16 years. So if you want your feline companion to grow old with you, try to make … Continue reading
Humans are about 12-20.
Today is Pi day and the Oklahoma Alliance for Animals came out with this: “Cats can’t do math but they sure can multiply!” Talk to your vet to get your cat spayed or neutered!
A cat’s tail can tell you a lot of things…look closely.
Cats don’t have to regularly blink to keep their eyes lubricated like humans. Try having a staring contest with a cat. 10/10 times you’ll lose.