Korat: Cat Breed Profile

In This Article Expand Characteristics Breed History Care Health Problems Diet and Nutrition Where to Adopt or Buy Further Research Back to Top The Korat, also known as the Si-Sawat, is a stunning cat breed originating from ancient Thailand. Known by its distinctive silver-tipped blue-gray coat and heart-shaped face, this…

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Kitten Development in the First Six Weeks of Life

In This Article Expand Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Almost Time to Go Home Back to Top The first six weeks in a kitten's life is crucial for its development. They will grow and develop quickly, however they are susceptible to a number…

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7 Reasons Why Your Cat Eats Paper, and How to Stop It

Some cats have a habit of eating or chewing on paper. Cats are known to sometimes exhibit odd behavior for a variety of reasons, keeping their owners wondering why. Although it's generally harmless for cats to eat paper, there are some potential dangers. Why Do Cats Eat Paper? Cats are…

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Singapura: Cat Breed Profile

In This Article Expand Characteristics History Care Common Health Problems Diet and Nutrition Where to Adopt or Buy Further Research Back to Top Known as the smallest domestic cat breed, the Singapura, or Pura, shines with its unique looks and loving personality. This breed only weighs 4 to 8 pounds…

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British Shorthair (British Blue): Cat Breed Profile

In This Article Expand Characteristics of the British Shorthair History of the British Shorthair British Shorthair Care Common Health Problems Diet and Nutrition More Cat Breeds and Further Research Back to Top Take one look at the British Shorthair and you’ll immediately be drawn in by his pleasant expression and…

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7 Tortoiseshell Cats and Kittens

Tortoiseshell cats are named for their bi-colored coats that look like the shell of a tortoise. Affectionately referred to as "torties," these colorful kitties are favorite pets in many homes. They have such interesting and unique coats that it's often the first thing people comment on when they see your cat.…

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How to Train Your Cat to Fetch

While dogs are well-known for playing fetch, some cats also like to play the game. Siamese heritage cats and young kittens, in particular, enjoy retrieving toys, though any cat can learn it. Your cat may even show an instinct to retrieve when, for instance, it brings you a mouse as…

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Cat Behavior Terms: Classical Conditioning

Understanding how animals learn is key to influencing and interpreting their behavior. People tend to think of learning as something that happens when they deliberately train animals (e.g. in teaching dogs to sit or come). But learning happens all the time—everything that a dog or cat experiences throughout its life…

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