Hello to all my bloggers of the world
I hope everyone is enjoying getting prepared for the festive season as much as we all have.
I have a friend who is getting two new siamese kittens a male and a female very soon. She often asks for advice about cats and kittens, she is very much interested in cats of all shapes, sizes, breeds and sexes. This is the main reason for my ‘Kitten Month’ blog…
I also thought seen as its the month before Christmas and i know a lot of people will be getting new companions as gifts over the festive season i would start a ‘Kitten Month’ blog. This is going to be dedicated to Kittens ‘obviously’. I will be posting a blog each day or every other day for the month of December with different facts, tips and to do’s when people get kittens. Its all about Kitten Care and it does give some good advice. This will help and educate some people and some people will already be aware of it. So if your into kittens, learning and doing the best for your little one as possible to give them the best start in life go no further than its a pussy cats life for some factual blogs. I will probably refer to the kittens as ‘she’ on most of the blogs just so you know lol
Hope everyone enjoys and please if anyone has any queries or any questions relating to any of my blogs, please get in touch i am always happy to help and give any advice i can.
Kelly, Eleanor, Diesel, Angel and Rolo 🙂 x
Do you know or have any cat facts?
- A domestic cat can run at speeds of 30 mph.
- When a cats rubs up against you, the cat is marking you with it’s scent claiming ownership.
- The average lifespan of an outdoor-only cat is about 3 to 5 years while an indoor-only cat can live 16 years or much longer.
- On average, a cat will sleep for 16 hours a day.
- Stroking a cat can help to relieve stress and the feel of a purring cat on your lap conveys a strong sense of security and comfort.
- A cat’s hearing is much more sensitive than humans and dogs.
- In multi-cat households, cats of the opposite sex usually get along better.
- It has been scientifically proven that owning cats is good for our health and can decrease the occurrence of high blood pressure and other illnesses.
- A cat has more bones than a human being; humans have 206 and the cat has 230 bones.
- Cats see six times better in the dark and at night than humans.
- The cat’s tail is used to maintain balance.
- Cats have the largest eyes of any mammal.
- Purring does not always indicate that a cat is happy. Cats will also purr loudly when they are distressed or in pain