maybe she likes the cat litter, it could be the noise it makes or she might just like the movement.
You should not do anything yourself to treat your cat's cold. Most upper respiratory infections in cats are caused by viruses that are very common in the cat population, so there aren't any medications available even through your veterinarian that will do anything about the infection. In general, antibiotics are a waste of time and money (plus aggravating if your cat doesn't want to cooperate with taking them) because antibiotics are only effective against bacteria.
If the symptoms don't clear up in a few days, if your cat has trouble breathing, if your cat stops eating or drinking for more than 12 hours or if your cat stops using the litter box, you should take your cat to the veterinarian for an examination.
Never, under any circumstances, try to give your sick cat a medication that is intended for humans - you can turn your temporarily sick cat into a very sick or dying cat.
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Handling Feral Cats:
If they're adult ferals, then contact your local feral cat agency, such as "Alley Cat Allies" in the US. They can give you a humane trap, then have the animals fixed and returned. They will usually find an agency that can handle the feeding and responsibility of your local colony, and can also give you brochures with ideas about how to get them out of your gardens and other areas.
Handling Stray Cats:
First, make sure it's not a lost pet. An agency can help you check for microchips and other signs that it was once owned. If an animal "waltzes in" and is not hand-shy, then it's likely it was formerly owned. This is good, as the cat has a great shot at getting adopted again.
If a stray cat is friendly, and you like animals, you should consider finding a safe room in your house where the animal can be socialized and later adopted to a new home. Perhaps one of your friends or coworkers could also handle this, or you can ask a local "No kill" agency if they have "foster" homes.
Handling Your Own Cats:
Not all felines will exhibit a licking behavior when their back is being scratched.
The licking behavior, while common, is more of an individualistic behavior, and most likely a grooming response. When the cats back is being scratched, the cat feels something similar to self grooming or grooming from another cat, and some will lick the air in time with the stroking.
Licking in response to stroking or scratching is not necessarily a species wide behavior however, and not all cats will react similarly.
A response that is very close to being species wide is the movement when the base of their tail is scratched. Most cats will stiffen the legs and tail, raising their posterior high on straightened legs and many will additionally appear to point their lower jaw, stiffen the neck and turn their head toward their back. Most experts suggest that cats enjoy having the base of their tail scratched... 1.) Because it is sexually stimulating, and 2.) because this is an area inhabited by fleas and scratching there relieves an itch. I suspect that both may be factual.
It is not advisable to attempt this scratching on a cat you are not very familiar with, as some will be inclined to bite when the base of their tail is scratched; especially if the scratching is done a bit too aggressively.
Sometimes it may appear as if cats are playing with their prey, or in this case mice. And sometimes they are. However, most often they are actually making sure their prey can't hurt them, so they are stunning their prey before giving it the killing bite. The killing bite requires a swift bite to the throat, but this exposes the cat's neck and belly to the prey. To avoid possible injury, they "play" with their prey.
The cat milk will not have all the nutrients, or enough of the nutrients that the squirrel requires. I'm no expert and i don't think it will hurt the squirrel but it would be better if the baby squirrel could have its mother instead. or course if the mother is out of the option you could always talk to a vet or wildlife management; there should also be plenty of info on the web about it; but don't feed it processed milk. if the cat will let the squirrel nurse then go ahead and let it be but look for other options because there may be something in the cat milk that would be detrimental the the baby squirrels health.
Vets usually recommend 4 1/2 to 5 months, the Humane Society and Animal Control will do it much earlier (8wks) in order to get them adopted sooner. Most veterinarians do not recommend doing it that early though.
In the United States, most veterinarians advocate neutering your male cat at about 4 months of age. However, a veterinarian experienced with performing surgery for a shelter can neuter a kitten down to about 2 months of age with no worries about surgical complications - the minimum weight is about 2 pounds for surgery.
I am not completely sure, but i think it should be before he reaches 6 months old.
If the cat's eyes are closed and there is no blood, it likely means that your porch seemed like a quiet place that the cat could go to die in peace. It probably went there to lie down and be left alone.
Another possibility is that someone found or accidentally killed the cat, and thought it was yours and was trying to give you closure. Someone hit my neighbor's dog once, read the address on the collar wrong, and left it at MY door. I knew the dog, had the pleasure of telling the owner her dog had been killed, she thought I did it and now she won't speak to me.
If the cat was obviously murdered, you should call the police, and try to think of anyone that might have done this. Sometimes exes or enemies who have psychological problems will do things like this to terrorize you. Buy a camera, and film your door at night.
Well, male cats cannot obviously have kits. In Warriors, it is the same for male and female medicine cats. They cannot have kits whatsoever.
EDIT: It also says medicine cats cannot have mates.
You just rush to the tap and wash it off or better yet if you happen to have warm water nearby the better, it makes the honey soften and easy to clean off. Honey is acidic and could give you a pink eye if you don't wash it off immediately. Make sure you use lots of water but don't rub your eyes too hard, just softly to allow it to flow without force (assuming its not a whole jar in your eye).
Would you eat your cat if it died? No. You would most likely bury it. Cats will do the same for you. Since they are much smaller and weaker than us, they will take you apart piece by piece and attempt to bury you in the litter box. So make sure your litter box is kept clean so your cats have a place to bury you. It is also recommended that you keep your wallet in a place easily accessible to your cat so that it may use your credit card to purchase more food at the grocery store. Some cats have even been known to start their own small business in the absence of an owner so that they can make sure that the heat does not get shut off in winter months. I hope this answers your question!
The answer above is not serious, so disregard if in search of a proper answer
Put simply; YES.
Cats, even our pet cats, ARE still animals and WILL EAT ANY needed source of food. A cat with no other source of food could eat you if you died. It is just basic survival.
The first thing I'd ask is, is the cat a tom? And if so, is he fixed? A tomcat in his natural state is driven by instinct to wander, so he can expand his territory to include as many females as possible. While girl cats are happiest with a small area of territory around their home, where they feel safe, tomcats are used to confrontation and territorial war.
If your cat is neutered or female, this becomes a more difficult question. (Unless the tom was neutered late in life, in which case his instincts are probably still in effect.) Is it possible that your cat has "two homes"? If someone else is feeding them, they effectively have two home territories, and might go back and forth between them.
Unless the roach had been into something poisonous - nothing.
Not unless you love it and it loves you. This will happen by playing with it and helping it out around the house. Get the cat's trust and it will let you kiss it. Otherwise your face won't look so nice after....
Cats are very playful, and they see string as a toy. Biting and chewing are some of the ways a cat will play with an object.
However, you shouldn't let your cat eat string, or even play with string, due to health risks associated with cats eating string. String can easily get caught around or block up part of the cat's digestive system which, in some cases, can be fatal. It is also quite possible for the cat itself to get stuck or tangled in string even without eating it. Surgery is usually the most effective way of removing not only string, but also rubber bands, thread, etc. This can be costly.
Also, DO NOT pull on string coming out of a cat's mouth or butt. This can cut intestines! if you see a cat with string coming out of a cat's mout or butt take them to the vet immediately.
This really depends on the quality of the food the cat is fed on, also how much food the cat eats in a day (the lower quality the food, the more the cat will eat). For a cat fed on a premium-quality wet cat food, it would probably eat approximately 15lbs of food per month.
By fix you obviously mean neutered and that requires an operation which can only be preformed by a vet in proper conditions. It should not be done at home because if something goes wrong the cat's life is in danger. Also the vet has years of training and only they should handle your cat. So never attempt to neuter a cat at home. For a male cat they generally put him under general anaesthesia so it's very important to take him to the vet. Please never attempt to neuter your cat at home !
In my experience with my male cat, is yes. Just last month my male cat, Alex, ran off because of mating season. My dad said he'll be back... but he didnt. so yes to the ?.
They do. Often cats will instinctively hunt small animals such as pigeons and rabbits. They may also eat this, but if they're house cats they may have trouble keeping the animal down, and so they may regurgitate the corpse.
the skink will die
if you feel there might be a problem with your pet and don't know what it is, you should probably go to the vet! no one can force you to put your animal down, but they can make suggestions. there might be a problem bigger than you think. then again it could be much smaller, too.
a few years ago i had a cat with a growth problem as well. difference is, she had a heart condition, would yowl all the time, and would seizure from time to time. we had to put her down, because she was suffering. sometimes you have to put aside what you want, from what's best for your pet, even if it is sad.
Because it looks like a toy, moving string, cat feathers, whatever! the cat will attack it because its moving and small.
Give me food and I will live give me water and I will die what am I?
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