Cats are very susceptible pets, they are even much more susceptible than the dogs. Some foods which are edible for humans, and even dogs, can be really dangerous for your cat.
Here are the common human foods that you should never give your cat. Bear in mind, the list is not complete, it contains just the most common human foods. It is not possible to list everything your cat should not eat. The golden rule: if you’re not really sure what you’re doing, don’t do it: don’t give that food to your cat. Continue reading Foods You Should Avoid Feeding Your Cat
A friend of mine, he is also a good cat lover, has presented me a laser pointer. Before I use it, I wondered if it is really a good toy for the cats/kittens. I searched the web and and I think I found some answer to my question:
A female cat (or kitten) will first come into season (heat) as early as four month old. She can become pregnant with the first mating. A cat’s gestation normally takes 58–65 days, we can say around nine weeks (you can remember it by comparing months pregnancy for humans). Siamese cats may carry their kittens for 71 days.
Well… at least they helped to its creation a lot. Let me explain.
Did you read Jared Diamond’s “Guns, Germs, and Steel”? It’s a book worth reading. Diamond developed a career in ornithology and ecology, specializing in New Guinea and nearby islands. In the prologue of the book, Diamond recounts how he became intrigued when his New Guinean friend Yali asked, “Why is it that you white people developed so much cargo and brought it to New Guinea, but we black people had little cargo of our own?”
The cargo that Yali refers to is technology—tools as simple as axes; accessories such as umbrellas; and more complicated inventions such as cars, computers, cell phones, and the Internet. After all, Diamond points out, a mere two centuries prior to his meeting Yali, New Guineans were still using stone tools. What factors caused this gap between the development of one culture and another? Continue reading Cats created our civilization
During the pregnancy and after the birth, the greatest fear that I have was the “Fading Kitten Syndrome”. But I was lucky. All the five kittens grew well and healthy, and they all became happy and playful kitties.
On May 30, the white-feet tabby (number two, a male) returned back home. He was adopted by a young girl and her family on May 19, 2015, but it turned out the girl has developed allergy for cats. So they brought the kitten back. Continue reading White-feet tabby returns home
Number four and five of Lotto’s kittens, are two twin tabbies, and I am sure they are both from the same father. They really look like each other. Number four is a female, and the number five is a male. Continue reading Two twin tabbies
It’s a pleasure to watch kittens, when they are playing, when they are sleeping, when their mother breastfeeding them… They’re so cute, so innocent. See how beautiful these little creatures are! Continue reading At home with kittens