Monthly Archives: May 2014
Cats have four rows of whiskers on each side and the top two rows can move independently from the bottom two
That’s magic. Or nerves.
Let’s just leave this here:
Cats can lose an equivalent amount of fluid from their saliva while grooming as they can through peeing
It is supposedly ideal to have cats in multiples of two to even (literally) out the playing.
And yet they are more popular than those canines…
It’s not an amino acid but it’s an organic acid that is found in animal tissues to regulate some bodily functions. Carnivorous animals, such as cats, cannot produce this on their own and have to obtain it strictly from their … Continue reading
Humans and dogs can move laterally/horizontally, or side to side.
Neutering your male cat can improve his quality and length of his life. Examples: he won’t pee/mark his territory (like the shoes in the corner of your closet that you know have been marked but have been too lazy to … Continue reading
If you spay a female cat before she starts to go into heat (or blossoms into a mature female cat), you can greatly reduce the risk of mammary cancer and uterine disease. Please spay your cats! It could save their … Continue reading