“Of all God’s creatures, there is only one that cannot be made slave of the lash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man, but it would deteriorate the cat.” – Mark Twain

“— n; Also called: domestic cat a small domesticated feline mammal, Felis catus (or domesticus ), having thick soft fur and occurring in many breeds in which the colour of the fur varies greatly: kept as a pet or to catch rats and mice” –

“Cats have been domesticated since prehistoric times, perhaps for 10,000 years; there is evidence (from a Neolithic grave on Cyprus) of some sort of association with humans dating back to the 8th cent. B.C.” –

Apr 182012
Some Solutions For Common Cat Litter Box Problems
Most cats will train to use a litter box very easily. It is their nature to bury their waste and a litter box is the best place to go because it has all that wonderful sand to do so. But if you do not keep it cleaned daily, you may find an uncooperative cat. Cats are finicky animals, and nowhere is it more obvious than in their cat litter box behaviors.
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Apr 182012
Cat Drinking Fountains - Raise A "Glass" To Your Cat's Health And Happiness
Like many cat owners, I love to spoil my cats. One way to do that is to get them a cat drinking fountain. However, these fountains do more than spoil your cat. They have health benefits, and can even help you take care of your cat when you aren't home. Read on for the great benefits of these products.
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Apr 142012
Cat Behaviors And What They Mean - Tail Flicking, Nipping, Kneading, And More
Cat are way more flexible that you or I could probably ever hope to be. Therefore, they can get into positions that mean so many different things. And, with their tail, they have a cat tail language all their own. While cats don't have speech like we do, they can convey quite a lot simply by what they do and how they use their tails.
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Nov 052011
What You Can Do to Help Feral Cats
A feral cat is one that you might see around your neighborhood, hiding under porches, or parked cars, existing on the fringes of human society. Unfortunately, these poor creatures all share a very typical fate: difficult lives that end far sooner than cats who have someone to love and care for them. Fortunately however, reaching out a caring, helping hand isn't difficult, and it's also very rewarding, with long term benefits.
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Jul 092011
Tapeworms In Cats - Purge And Prevent
Tapeworms are an intestinal parasite, meaning they live inside your cat's digestive tract, in the small intestine. Although they usually don't cause any overt symptoms, it is yucky to think of what they are doing on the inside. They can be from one inch to several feet long. They latch onto the intestinal wall and grow longer. They can be composed of hundreds or thousands of individual segments. If you cat is heavily infected, they could have dozens of individual worms living in them.
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