Cat Disease: Cystitis
Can cats have cystitis? - Maybe. And, unfortunately, quite often. We will talk in more detail about the disease and its causes in our article. Pets often suffer from the…

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Why do cats rub on their feet?
Why do you think the cat rubs against the owner’s feet? Creeps in? Asks for pens? Hints that it is time for lunch? Or maybe there is no reason and…

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The cat is cold: what to do?
Do you know the feeling when the street is cold, and at home, it seems, is not much better? Heaters, warm rugs and hot tea save the situation. But how…

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observing cats that are tailless

Why does a cat need a tail?

Have you ever wondered why a cat needs a tail? If everything is clear with paws, ears and other parts of the body, then the purpose of the tail made many people break their heads. We will talk about the most common versions in our article.

For a long time it was believed that the tail is a balancing tool, thanks to which cats are so graceful, dexterous and so accurate in their calculations. True, the ability to accurately calculate the distance of a jump, turn around at the moment of a fall and deftly walk along the thinnest branch is admirable, but what role does the tail play in it? If balancing depended on him, would tailless cats retain their dexterity? Continue reading

How to care for a pregnant cat?
Little kittens will appear in your house soon? Congratulations! Smiles and happiness are guaranteed! But before the fluffy little peanuts are born, you need to take good care of their…

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How is the Don Sphinx different from the Canadian?
Sphinxes are amazing cats that leave no one indifferent. Some fall in love with the breed at first sight. Others exotic appearance at first discouraged. But once they hold a…

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How to feed a cat with wet food?
The health of a pet depends largely on what foods are in its diet. High-quality, balanced wet food will help him meet his old age energetic and full of strength.…

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Obesity in Cats: Symptoms
In the previous article, “Obesity in Cats,” we talked about the causes and treatment of the disease. In it, we noted that obesity develops gradually: from insignificant weight gain to…

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