Posts Tagged ‘ cat facts ’

Cats Sense of Smell

Mar 13th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Cats have approximately 19 million nerve endings in their nose that makes them especially sensitive to smell. While not having nearly as many as some breeds of dogs these nerve endings in the membranes of the nose are considerably more than the 5 million or so nerves that humans have. This sense of smell helps the cat to determine whether food is suitable for eating as the nitrogen



The Nature of Cats

Mar 12th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

The Nature of Cats

While cats can’t talk they are extremely good at communicating with us.

They purr to let us know that they are happy.
There are other reasons why cats will purr.
A mother will know that her kittens are in good health by th



Playtime for a Cat

Mar 11th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Playtime for a Cat

Playtime is essential for cats and is one of the ways that they can develop their natural instincts as predators.
Where there are two cats in the household they generally swap positions in their role-play as prey and predator a



Living in Harmony

Mar 10th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Living in Harmony

Cats love to be touched, stroked, and petted.
Cats will not only derive pleasure from having humans pat them, but they will also enjoy the company and bodily contact of other cats.

Where cats are living together in harmony, o



Expressing Their Feelings

Mar 9th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Expressing Their Feelings

Cats are very good at expressing their emotions and communicating with other cats and people.
Fortunately this makes it a little easier for people who are in tune with their cat to be able to read what’s on their mind a



Cats and Constipation

Mar 8th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Cats and Constipation

Cats can get constipated too, and this can happen for a few reasons.
If there is not enough moisture in their food, or they aren’t drinking enough water throughout the day and night, then they can get slightly dehydrated wh



Should You Be Feeding Your Cat Supplements?

Mar 7th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Should You Be Feeding Your Cat Supplements?

Provided you are giving your cat a balanced diet there should be no need to give it additional amounts of supplements.
In fact by adding additional vitamins and minerals to your cat’s diet you could ac



Holidays and Your Cat

Mar 6th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Cats

Holidays and Your Cat

What happens at holiday time you need to go away and leave your cat alone?

The best solution, provided it is available, is to find somebody who will house sit and mind your cat at home, as the cat will feel most comfortabl