Cats are the cleanest pets – they groom themselves all day long and, usually, only use the litter box. It is very unpleasant to wake up one day and notice that your beloved fluff urinated outside the litter box or, even worse, on you!
Cats are amazing creatures – fast yet light-feet and steady yet uniquely mobile. With such unique characteristics, it is normal to wonder if cats have legs and share the same anatomy structures as humans.
As a devoted cat parent you know how strongly cats are drawn to warmth. Cats enjoy the ray of sunshine penetrating through the window, the warmth out of the wood stove and the heat our bodies generate and radiate.
When we say “eyelashes”, we think of those little hairs that come out from above and below our eyes. These hairs are attached to the upper and lower eyelids, respectively.
Some thick and bushy, while others thinner, or maybe even microbladed, blonde, brunette, red, or other colors, the eyebrows have a place of honor on our face, with the role of maintaining our eyes clean and clear, keeping moisture from sweat and rain away from them, for a better sight.
How many times have you bought an expensive toy for your cat, and after you took it home, you noticed that your cat is not even a little interested, but on the contrary, it prefers to play with a paper ball or a bottle cap?
What do cats like to do the most? To sleep! Yes, as all cat lovers know, they love to sleep a lot.
As a cat owner, you must have experienced your cat gagging sometimes. A gag reflex in cats might be a result of inhalation or ingestion of something.
Cat people often wonder whether cats get more affectionate with age.
There is nothing better than sleeping together with your cat – sharing the same bed and the same blanket.