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An Introduction to British Shorthairs

An Introduction To British Shorthairs

Ever come across a cat with a soft teddy-bear face, stocky body and plush luxurious coat? Chances are you’ve stumbled across Mr. Popular (or an inspired look-alike) somewhere, even as the grinning Cheshire Cat from Alice In Wonderland. Native to the United Kingdom much like tea and scones, the ...
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Is Your Cat Afraid Of You?

Is Your Cat Afraid Of You?

Cats are non-confrontational unless cornered. This means a frightened cat will naturally try first to avoid whoever or whatever it is afraid of. A traumatised or shy cat will hide and try to leave the area, and when it has to be around the feared object or person, it will get low to the ground in or...
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April Free Wallpapers

April Free Wallpapers

Happy April everyone!  This month we hope you practice feeling overwhelming amounts of gratitude.  And believe that whatever happens, happens in your best interest. This is the true definition of surrender. Not giving up but trusting things will work out :) “Happiness ...
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Are Cats Really Afraid Of Cucumbers?

Are Cats Really Afraid Of Cucumbers?

Truth is, cats are not afraid of cucumbers. They're afraid when their humans wait until they're in a vulnerable position of eating, then place something behind them which triggers the primal fear of being eaten by something larger. You’d be startled if you turned around and suddenly there was tr...
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Do cats actually love their owners?

Do Cats Actually Love Their Owners?

The cat-owner relationship depends on several different factors. Some cats definitely love their owners. Others see their owners as a simple food source. Here are the main factors at play: 1. Is he an indoor or a outdoor cat?  Different people see and raise their cats differently. In t...
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Are cats smarter than dogs?

Are Cats Smarter Than Dogs?

This kind of question always depend on what you consider "intelligent". Dogs are wired to understand us. They are superior at social interaction—it’s in their genes from wolf ancestors on, and they’ve co-existed and co-evolved with humans for many millennia. Dogs are much better at reading hu...
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March Free Wallpapers

March Free Wallpapers

Spring has sprung! No doubt Spring is our favourite season. The flowers bloom, the birds chirp… it’s like we’re all awaken after a long, cold winter.  This beautiful season has always been an inspiration for poets, painters, writers, lovers, florists, fashion, environmentalists, stu...
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What to do when your cat gets older

What To Do When Your Cat Gets Older

Keeping her brain active What she needs is mental stimulation, and if she receives it constantly, she can remain alert and lively for majority of her life. You cat was born to hunt, and is one of nature’s supreme ambush predators. From kitten hood, if left with her mother, she is trained for t...
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Learn how to bond with your cat

Learn How To Bond With Your Cat

A caring bond: The basics How we treat a cat from the earliest moments of her life will profoundly influence both her character and inclinations. Kittens, just like babies, are intensely affected by their early environment. Their eyes open sometime between 2 – 11 days after birth. At around 5 wee...
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How to read your cat's food ingredient label

How To Read Your Cat's Food Ingredient Label

When determining the quality of a pet food, there are two main factors involved: •    ingredients - which is what is in the food. The amount of each ingredient is important but this information is usually not available on the label. •    composition – which is the...
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