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What’s New in Cat Country?

Toxoplasmosis: the cat lover’s disease   You love your cat unconditionally. You find him so cute when he rolls up into a ball on your bed, you never get tired of looking at him. And I am not even talking about how his seductive mewing gets to you when he begs for food! Like me,…
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Are cats actually heartless freeloaders?

According to a recent study, cats appreciate humans much more than we think. Researchers have demonstrated that most cats prefer human contact to food. As a matter of fact, more than half of all cats who participated in this study preferred to interact with a person even though they had access to food, a game,…
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Some random and fun facts about cats

1. Do you know how fast a cat can run? 50 kilometres per hour! That is a lot faster than dogs which can run at about 32 kph. Of course, these are averages: Greyhounds are a lot faster than the average dog, twice as fast to be exact, while toy breeds such as pugs can…
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Some weird cat behaviors explained

While cats have been our life-companion for hundreds of years, some of their behaviors can still puzzle us sometimes. Here are some explanations that will shed some light on a couple of those weird behaviors. Why do cats snob us when we discipline them? In the feline world too, a stare is considered a confrontational…
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Some random fun facts about cats

1. As of sign of mourning after their cat’s death, Egyptians used to shave their eyebrows. 2. According to an old saying, the sight of a cat with its four paws folded underneath his body would be a sign of cold weather to come. 3. An obese cat can seem clumsier than a normal weight…
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Some random facts about cats

Cats have fingerprints too! The nose pad of cats underneath their paws has a unique pattern that is different for every cat Cats spend more than 30% of the time they are awake grooming. They are little divas! Cats purr to express a strong emotion, a positive one or a negative one. Cats see colors…
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