No, always the mass of the cat will be the same as the mass of the cat. If you use different units (grams or kilograms), you will have to provide some sort of conversion.
It depends on the breed of cat, along with a variety of other factors, including muscle mass.
The mass of a cat in grams is greater because in 1 gram = 1,000 kilograms.
The average mass of a cat is 5,000 grams.
The best estimate for the mass of a cat is 10 lbs. Some cats are smaller than that, around 5 lbs., why some are much larger, over 20 lbs.
The cat will weigh the same as long as it dont eat or use the restroom while you weigh it
The mass of an average cat is 6.3 pounds.
Ceres is a dwarf planet that has a mass of 94,300,000,000,000,000,000 kilograms and is 950 kilometers in diameter. An average cat has a mass of about 4.5 kilograms and is about 46 centimeters in length. Ceres is then 20,955,555,555,555,555,555 times the mass of a cat.
Mass-a- (as in cat) by-ell.
how much your cat wants
density is defined as mass per volume. So even though the atmosphere may have more mass than a cat, the cat has a higher density because it has more mass/volume.
because a cat is very small but a elephant has more mass than a cat
Probably depends on the cat's metabolism. Generally, one that is more lean will have a faster metabolism and will stay warm. However, also depends on how much and the length of fur the cat has, and lean body mass.
It takes only a moment to think that a gram is one one-thousandth the mass of a kilogram, that there are one thousand grams in a kilogram. So for the mass of anything, cat or otherwise, there will always be exactly one thousand times as many grams as there are kilograms.
A cat cannot hunt too much. A cat doesn't eat much. A rat is enough to be eaten for a cat daily. A cat also uses energy during hunting. A too much hunting may make a cat tired.
Way to much!
On earth, the cat's mass is 30.0 / 9.807 or 3kg
When you get a cat so Just putting you could only feel your cat if you pet it
That depend what aspect of the cat you want to measure - its length, mass, etc.
Please refer to the page on body mass index: http://www.answers.com/topic/body-mass-index-1?cat=health
It depends on what breed it is
how much is a Chinese Siamese cat