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Cats often surprise their owners with strange habits. Some refuse to drink from a bowl, but stubbornly attack the tap. Others arrange the most rigorous test drive for fillers. Still others act like an alarm clock in the middle of the night, suddenly deciding to knead their feet on their master’s belly. But if you delve into the matter, we will find that many of the “strange” habits are not at all strange. These are echoes of instincts that in the wild save feline lives. For example, do you know why a cat is burying a bowl of food? If not, we will tell you about it!
Cats are great hunters. But even ideal predators have bad days. In the wild, cats do not always come back from hunting carrying prey in their teeth. Sometimes they come with nothing. For such cases, in order not to die of starvation, cats create reserves for themselves. After a successful hunt, they bury the remnants of food – so deep that other predators did not smell it. Continue reading
Cats are afraid of water – and everyone knows that! That’s just … why does a neighbor’s cat just love swimming? Perhaps not all cats are afraid of water? And what’s so terrible about her? About this in our article.
Are cats afraid of water?
Have you noticed how cats like to watch the water, lie in the bath or sink, drink from the tap? Agree, this behavior does not fit with the panic fear of water. So what’s the deal?
In fact, cats are not afraid of water: they are afraid of getting wet! This fear is genetically embedded in them. However, there are always exceptions. We will talk about them below. Continue reading
A replenishment is expected in your family, and you worry how the cat will react to the baby? Or maybe you want to take a little kitten so that it grows with the child? Will the cat and child live in the same house? How do cats relate to newborn babies? We analyze all these issues in our article.
Are cats dangerous for children?
There are people who are sure that cats are dangerous for children. What if an allergy? Suddenly worms? Suddenly fleas?
But if an allergy can really be a problem (you can’t guess here), then the other risks are exaggerated. Continue reading