All about Manx cats A very old breed of cat which has no tail. From the Isle of Man, a famous and much-loved cat breed, this cat even has its likeness minted on a coin. The Isle of Man is a small island found in the Irish sea, situated between Britain and Ireland. The legends about Manx cats There are
Purrfect ideas for Christmas, toys, beds and treats especially chosen by Charlie Shorttail.
There are three reasons why a cat may have dwarfism. Genetic mutation can result in slower and smaller growth, selective breeding or a pituitary gland malfunction
Why does my cat follow me into the toilet? Does your cat always follow you into the bathroom? Does your cat sit on your lap while you are on the toilet? Why do cats invade our privacy and seem so interested in our toilet habits? Let’s have a look at why cats may do this …. It is difficult to
White cats and deafness White cats are prone to deafness, however, not all white cats are deaf. Blue-eyed white cats are the most likely to suffer from deafness. If a white cat is deaf, she will not be able to hear her kittens when they call to her and she may, therefore, ignore them when they need her attention. A
Changes to your cat's brain as they get older As your older or senior cat ages changes take place in the brain: Cats lose cells in the brain just as people do as they get older Our feline friends can have memory problems and in some cases may get confused as they become more elderly Learning takes longer but can
Can your cat learn a new name? Cats can be taught and learn a new name with simple and quick training. Some cats learn a new name quickly, whilst others may take a couple of weeks to respond to their new name. It is important for your cat to learn its new name so that you can call the cat
Can cats see in colour? Yes it has been shown that cats can distinguish between primary colours, although they do not have as many colour receptors as humans. Cats see more colours than dogs.