How Much Should We Feed Our Cat?

Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to how much cat food your cat needs. How much a cat needs to eat depends on a variety of factors, including size, age, metabolic rate, the amount it exercises, and even environmental temperatures. In addition, the same volume of different foods can have varying caloric and nutritional contents,... Continue Reading →

6 Reasons why do Cats like boxes So much?

Cats are very playful animals capable of being distracted by anything they find even a little curious does it seem strange they often prefer the inside of an empty box and their own comfortable bed.in this video from animal wise we tell you the six reasons that explain why cats like boxes so much .... Continue Reading →

21 of the world’s most expensive cat breeds.

21.British Shorthair Cat The British Shorthair has a distinctively stocky body, dense coat, and broad face. The most familiar color variant is the "British Blue," a solid grey-blue coat. It is one of the most ancient cat breeds known, originating from European domestic cats imported into Britain by the invading Romans in the first century... Continue Reading →

Top 12 things cats hate that you should avoid.

1. High-pitched Sounds While cats hear low-pitched noises about as well as we do, they can pick up high-pitched sounds much better than humans. Their range goes even beyond that of dogs. High-pitched noises to cats can come in ways you would not expect. Ambulance sirens, loud music, hair dryers, vacuum cleaners, or even your... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 May infect in pets and animals.

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Some coronaviruses cause cold-like illnesses in people, while others cause illness in certain types of animals, such as cattle, camels, and bats. Some coronaviruses, such as canine and feline coronaviruses, infect only animals and do not infect humans. Risk of animals spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to... Continue Reading →

Rescued kittens are hissing at me.

The kittens we rescued from a basement are still hissing at me. They were in a vetclinic for 5 days and haven"t been socialized there. I think it will take at least a week until they"re socialized. The good news is that they are all using the litter box and eating well. They still have... Continue Reading →

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