Another reason is that the cat is simply too stressed in its old house, i.e. new baby, or not enough attention. My cousin had a cat move in with her from across the street because the owner became ill and was in hospital for four months and the caretaker of the property wasn't meeting the cat's needs. Cats are opportunistic and will seek a safe and loving environment over a stressful one.
Perhaps there is another cat over there. My cat Molly goes out into the backyard and has 2 other cats come and play with her. Either that or the person next door is feeding your cat (you know how cats graze when they eat.) LOL Marcy
Cats and dogs, sometimes fish.
sometimes cats sometimes fuzzysome times fuzzy cats
Yes, many cats are house cats. You can count all adopted cats as house cats, since they belong to households.
Having male cats NEUTERED can sometimes help prevent them from spraying in the house, but they will sometimes still do it.
yes wild cats are as fastidious as house cats
They are related to house cats because they are both in the cat family and if you research it they do things regular house cats do.
Practice being good house cats, doing the landry, housework and minding the little house cats.
House cats usually prey upon bugs, or sometimes mice if there are mice in the house. But usually their prey is catnip toys, or their unsuspecting owner's feet.
I think there are more house cats. -Annabelle
sometimes...cats are all different. I know my cat would! Get a mouse trap
sometimes they will but it will sometimes depend on if you introduced them as kittens or not?
house cats are small cats.
Someone who really loves or even obsessed about cats. Sometimes used as oppose to dog lovers.
House cats are found in africa.
He is marking his territory, this is common in male cats that are not neutered. Sometimes taking them to the vet to be neutered will stop the marking and sometimes not, it all depends on the cat
clowder of cats clutter of cats glaring of cats pounce of cats dout of cats (house cats) nuisance of cats (house cats) kendle of cats (kittens) kindle of cats (kittens) litter of cats (kittens) destruction of cats (wild cats)
not house cat, but BIG cats! House cats are use to people,while wild street cats are not because its something they fear and no big cats are not dangerous it all depends if their house cats or not.
Cats sometimes swat, but they do not punch.
The standard collective nouns for cats are:a clowder of catsa clutter of catsThe standard collective nouns specifically for house cats are: a dout (or dowt) of catsa nuisance of cats
Cats came from many countries. But the orignal house cats came from egypt.
House cats usually do not do this, but sometimes male cats kill kittens (but don't eat them) to force the female cats back into heat. This is a way of making sure the next litter is his if he is not sure whose kittens are in this litter.This is more common in feral cats and large wild cats.
Sometimes people let their cats be outside cats because they do not like them in the house. Other times they do it because they think it cruel to confine them. Outside cats have been known to have shorter life-spans than inside cats. They are exposed to more things.
1. House cats are smaller and less violent 2. House cats are pets, and tigers are wild animals