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    Cats aren't really all that hard to please, are they? You give them food, a bed, and they are all set, right? Well, most cats. Some are playful, and some are lazy. Some need lots of attention, and some like their independence. One thing you will find though, is that cats are never innocent. In the poems, "The Golden Cat", and "The Cat and the Moon", you will analyze the similarities as well as the differences each one of these two cats hold, so you can get a good insight as to why they are

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    The Cats of Meowism is a religion of contentedness and self-love. Followers of Cats of Meowism, referred to as Kittens, are striving to live their human lives as Cats do. Cats are all gods and goddesses meant to be worshipped every day. The sacred text that contains all necessary information to properly live as a good Kitten, named the Holy Book of Meowism. The overall purpose of the Holy Book of Meowism, is too show all Kittens how to practice, live, and worship properly for not only a content and

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    Caring For Cats Essay

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    Caring for a cat opens a man’s heart. Although cats have been human’s companions for so long, it is only within the last thirty-five years or so that veterinarians and cat owners came to provide specialized care for them. Tables are turning and, thankfully, this time it is in favor of pets. Many pet owners today want to take an active part in preserving and maintaining their feline’s good health. This article aim to teach you to be a good cat parent, not just a cat owner. I. Understanding your

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    Essay On Feral Cats

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    not needed for killing, but the chance of a kill increased with hunger. cats are often provided with extra food and have access to reliable human food waste, and can avoid limited availability of prey (Sims et al. 2008). Cats can reach numbers in some habitats, such as urban environments, well in above of what could ever be achieved naturally (Baker et al. 2010). Woods et al. (2003), postulated that the approximate 9 million cats in Great Britain show a twenty fold increase in what could naturally be

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    Cats In Ancient Egypt

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    Cats, like dogs also had an important role in Ancient Egypt. They too were also seen as highly adored pets in the royal classes. Though dogs had more of a protecting and guarding role, cats were seen in the female role of a kingdom. It was very usual for a queen to have a series of cats as a sign of beauty and grace. "Several Ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses were associated with cats, the most famous of which was the goddess called Bastet" (Ancient Egypt). The ancient Egyptian goddess had the

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    Essay On Siamese Cats

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    Siamese cats are one of the most recognized breeds of cats that are popularly recognized in Asia. These cats are said to be loyal, bright and sound, very warm and chatty, sociable, cuddly and close to the possessors. They weigh between 6-10+ pounds and have a life expectancy of between 14-20 years. Siamese cats are identified by their short-hair which is easy to groom, big ears, dark stain along the face area, triangular shaped heads and blue almond eyes just to mention but a few. They generally

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    Modern Day Cats

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    Modern day cats are considered lazy and purposeless creatures by much of the population and not without reason as they spend on average 62% of their day or 15 hours sleeping (Reference) . So how were cats domesticated and for what purposes? The origin of cats and when their domestication came to be is a much discussed and argued topic that seems to change as science advances and more ways to analyse skeletal remains are developed. Whether cats were self domesticated or by the hand of the human specie

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    Calico Cats Essay

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    Calico is not a breed, but a name for cats with a specific coat pattern. Calico cats are those which have fur in three colors: white, black and orange. They appear in many different breeds, including Manx, Persian, and domestic short-hair cats. Calico cats are mostly female. This is explained by genetics – the color of the coat is tightly connected to sex. It depends upon the X chromosome, which in the case of cats, is coded to give either orange or black fur. The white color comes from other genes

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    Research Paper On Cats

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    These cats have a tan color to hide and stalk on prey in the long, dead grass, sharp teeth to kill prey, and muscular legs for jumping. They use these features to catch guinea fowl, pheasants, snakes, monkeys, and many other small mammals. Caracals usually eat where they kill, unless they have kittens. Caracals have one to four kittens in a litter. When they are born, they weigh one to two pounds, eight to eleven inches in height, and are about fifteen to eighteen inches in length. As adults, they

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    Black Cats Speech

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    About Black Cats That Made Them Halloween Icons What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you see a pumpkin head, a witch and a black cat? Automatically, we think about Halloween! This is because our minds were trained to do this since we were small fearful little kids. It’s not a secret that if you want to get a gazillion hits on your YouTube video, simply include a cute cat in it. People adore cats, when they see a cute cat video, nothing will stop them from clicking the video. Cats are click

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    Persuasive Essay On Cats

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    scratch at things. It’s in their best interest to scratch and sharpen their claws. Things like carpets and couches are what cats target as of the threads and how easy they are to tear. When cats stretch they also tug a the rug which steadys them so they can stretch further. Things like cardboard and scratching post feels satisfying to a cat and makes them want to scratch more. All cats like to feel superior and like a protector chasing after a mouse or bug. They want to be seen as a protector so if they

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    Introduction The domestic cat is a small, typically furry, domesticated, and carnivorous mammal. They are often called house cats when kept as indoor pets or simply cats when there is no need to distinguish them from other felids and felines. Cats are often valued by humans for companionship and their ability to hunt vermin. Cats are similar in anatomy to the other felids, with strong, flexible bodies, quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, and teeth adapted to killing small prey. Cats can hear sounds too

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    The Black Cat It is evident that the narrator is haunted by a supernatural force. The becoming of the narrator’s insanity is from alcohol. The cat, however, is the supernatural force that is present in the story. Although many people believe otherwise, there are more pieces of the story that prove the supernatural. The cat has always been thought of a witch. The narrator stated about his wife, “in speaking of his intelligence, my wife, who at heart was not a little tinctured with superstition… which

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    Your cat loves staring out of the window – so much to see, so much to smell, so much to chase! But it 's fairly likely he doesn 't get the opportunity to step outside very often, if at all. I think all of us would love to let our kitties explore all the possibilities of the great outdoors, but letting them roam free outside presents a lot of unfortunate risks. Luckily, cats, like their canine counterparts can be leash trained. The idea may sound crazy, but, with a little work and a little knowledge

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    Black Cat Crossing is the first book in the A Bad Luck Cat Mystery. Sabrina Tate has quit her job and has moved to Lavender, Texas to take care of her Aunt Rowena, who is recovering from a bad fall. Rowe owns several little cabins that she rents out to vacationers. Sabrina is is having a cup of coffee at the Hot Stuff Coffee Shop, and working on a book she is writing, when Thomas Cortez, her aunt 's handyman, comes in bleeding from his arm. The cut was a result of a black cat taking a swipe at

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    Tonkinese Cats

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    A Tonkinse description and coats of many colours Tonkinese cats are beautiful, elegant and of Foreign type. They are considered moderate in that they have no extreme features. Their build is lithe and well balanced, firm and muscular with an elegant body on slender legs and neat oval paws all in exquisite proportion to each other. They have slightly rounded chests and their flanks are level. Their back rises gently from their shoulders to their rump demonstrating a truly elegant predator's body

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    Old Cat Pets

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    Care Tips For New And Old Cat Owners Cats have no competition in the animal kingdom and are easily the best pets to keep around the home for several reasons. Cats can be terrifically fun, and they can also take care of vermin in your home. Read on to find out how to care for your kitty. Check out the shelter when adopting a cat. Shelters are filled with beautiful cats, and the fee for adoption will basically cover the needed vet care. Besides, adopting a cat from an animal shelter means you are

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    Cat Ageing Issues

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    A lot of cat owners has experienced their pets peeing outside their litter box. Studies show that around 10% of the cats had peed at least once outside of their own toilet. There are different reasons for that and now we will discuss them in depth. Territorial issues Male cat urine contains hormones which makes it smell much stronger than the female one. As we know the hormones are released in order to mark territory. By doing that, a cat makes other cats aware of his presence and makes a statement

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    sometimes, your cat just likes to eat continuously as if owning a bottomless stomach. Some cats simply exhibit the “always hungry” behavior, assuming that you have an unlimited buffet service at your home. And the reasons behind the behavior are related to their psychological or physical health status. 1. Lack of Nutrition Cats know what they need and if they can’t get the right nutrients from their diet or food source, they will eat more. This usually happens with poor quality cat foods and it affects

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    Declawing Wild Cats

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    The declawing of cats has become accepted by society and is very common. Most people who sign up their feline friends for this amputation are not aware it is an amputation or educated on the damaging side effects; they simply want to save their furniture and avoid getting scratched. Having the tips of your fingers at the first joint below your fingernail cut off is equivalent to declawing a cat, therefore, it is an amputation. Some of the many side effects that go along with declawing include behavioral

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