There are a lot of amazing and inspirational stories around the world about cats (and other animals), their survival, and the good people who helped them and saved them. I decided to create a separate category to include these stories. The first story is from Mountain View, California, United States. The heroes of the story is a tiny kitten named “Cassidy”, and the people who saved him and give him a second chance to live. Continue reading “Cassidy’s first steps in his tiny wheelchair”
Has your cat ever pretended to bury her/his food? Even after eating it? Like they are burying their waste? Lotto usually do that, and I heard many similar stories from the other cat owners. At first, I thought she is doing that because of she didn’t like the food; but no, she is sometimes doing it after eating some. Continue reading “Why do cats pretend to bury food (even after they ate it?)”
I like classical music, and during and after her pregnancy, I always played clasical music to my dear Lotto. According to an article published in popular science (and that article refers to a paper published in Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery), during surgery, cats prefer listening to classical music over other music types i. e. rock. I think it also helps during the pregnancy period. Continue reading “Cats prefer classical music”
Everybody knows that cats are so darn cute. People sometimes do weird things because of their cuteness level. Have you ever heard Bob’s story?
Bob is a software developer in his mid-40’s from United States, working in a “critical infrastructure” company. He was an “inoffensive and quiet” programmer with “a relatively long tenure with the company” and “someone you wouldn’t look at twice in an elevator.” In 2012, the company discovered that their systems were being accessed periodically from China. First, they suspected a hacking attempt. But no, it was not hacking. Somebody from China were accessing their systems using Bob’s credentials. But who gave them these credentials? Continue reading “Why cats are so cute?”
Cats often eat grass in the nature, my cats also eat a lot and it seems they really like it. It is not clear why cats eat grass. A few theories exist: one of them says that that habit has some evolutionary advantages: cats get extra niacin, a B vitamin abundantly available in most fresh young grain grasses. Some claim cats eat it to make themselves vomit. Some people believe cats eat grass to help pass fur balls along while others say they just need the fiber for other nutritional purposes. And some say cats eat it just because they like its taste or simply they like to “try” things. Continue reading “Cat Grass”