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Different types of shorthair cats

Oriental Shorthair Different types of shorthair cats – These athletic cats are outrageously gregarious. In physique and temperament, the Oriental is a Siamese, but in solid coat colours. Orientals may suffer from inherited heart problems, but their long lives belie their reputation as a delicate breed. History The historical Cat ...

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List of asian cat breeds

Asian Self List of asian cat breeds – Breeders tend to see Asian Selfs as distinct from their shaded counterparts, and some do not use cats from Chinchilla Longhair lines in their breeding programmes. History Black Burmese-t1pe cats, called Bombays (not to be confused with America’s Bombay breed), were being ...

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Different types of bobtail cats

Japanese Bobtail Different types of bobtail cats – Superstition may have helped to perpetuate this affectionate breed’s most notable feature, its short g-10 cm (3-4 in) tail. In Japan, a cat with a bifurcated tail – one with two tips – was considered a demon in disguise. Cats with normal ...

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Immune system disorder in cats

Immune system disorder in cats – The immune system protects against both internal dangers, such as cancer cells, and external pathogens, such as viruses and bacteria. Under normal conditions, the immune system turns on and off as necessary. If it does not turn on properly, a cat is immune-suppressed. If ...

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How to treat injured cat

How to treat injured cat – Injuries, especially penetrating injuries, can be deceptive in cats. When injured, a cat often tries to behave normally, so as not to draw al.tention to its vulnerability. Take care to cause as little discomfort as possible. Even the gentlest cat may bite and scratch when frightened and in pain. The two ...

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Things to know before getting a cat

things to know before getting a cat

Things to know before getting a cat – We all must behave responsibly towards our cats, ourselves, and our communities. We can avoid road accidents by keeping cats away from roads, and we can reduce unwanted pregnancies and the problems that accompany sex-hormone-induced behaviour simply by neutering our pets. Prevent ...

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What is a cat’s vision like

What is a cat’s vision like While Most experts agree that dir cats are “colourblind” then what is a cat’s vision like ? . Tests have shown that the colour sensitive cone cells on cats’retinas are sensitive to blue and green, but not to red. In trials, cats are able ...

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Human and cat relationships

human and cat relationships

Human and cat relationships Our relationship with cats is fairly recent and, on the whole, mutually beneficial. While cats were persecuted in medieval Europe and are still easy targets of abuse anywhere, joining human communities has been a successful evolutionary move for them, ensuring their spread across the world. However, ...

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Toxic list for cats

Toxic list for cats  – All too frequently, humans accidentally poison their cats by giving them human medicines, such as aspirin or paracetamol, or by using on them insecticides iicensed only for use on dogs. Chewing on house plants or flowers, such as lily leaves, can also be fatal, as is eating a rodent killed by rodent bait. ...

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How to treat cat stomach ache

things to know before getting a cat

How to treat cat stomach ache – The most common cause of stomach problems in cats is related to grooming, which can lead to swallowing hair and possible contaminants from the fur. Both can cause vomiting. Playing with wool, needles, and thread can cause foreignbody complications associated with retching or ...

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