Royal Canin dry cat food is generally considered a reputable brand with a focus on specific dietary needs. It offers breed-specific formulations and targets various life stages, addressing health concerns. The brand incorporates scientific research into its recipes, emphasizing nutritional balance. However, individual cat preferences and sensitivities may vary, so it's essential to monitor your cat's health and adjust accordingly. Consulting with a veterinarian ensures that the chosen diet meets your cat's specific requirements. Overall, many cat owners find Royal Canin beneficial, but it's essential to select the appropriate formula based on your cat's age, health status, and breed.
A bachelor for life?
Male cats are often called Tom cats. The term "Tabby" is not a breed or gender of cat; it is coat pattern found on many cats, and can be found in several breeds. Female cats are usually called Queens or Mollys.
If it puts its tail up take a look. Male cats you can see the scrotum (a white/clear bubble).
it means they are cats with yellow stuff on their ears.
march to october which is the months a female is receptive ( in heat, allowing males to mate) females increase the chance of copulation by showing her butt to all males, and rolling around as if she is in terrible pain. hope this helps, silver123
Desert sand cats are similar to orange kitties. I read somewhere that the Vikings -Swedes that travelled down the rivers of Russia and reached Turkey - brought orange cats back to Europe for the first time in the 11th century.
Contrary to popular belief, a calicocalico cat is NOT a specific BREED of catcat. It is instead an unusual pattern of COLORING that can occur in many different breeds, including persian, Manx, and Domestic Short-Hair cats. To be considered a calicocalico catcat, a catcat must be tri-colored, with patches of white, red or orange, and black fur. Some breeds have rules as to what percentage of the catcat's fur must be white for it to be called a calicocalico catcat. hope that helps
Whiskas is not a harmful food, as it is a complete food that has all the nutrients a cat needs. However, it is a low-quality brand.
The Whiskas company use very low quality, cheap ingredients in their food. The dry food is packed with grains and cereals that offer no nutritional value whatsoever to a cat or kitten, and the wet food has a very low meat quality and content.
Typically Whiskas' foods only state 4% meat, as this is the minimum required to put on a pet food can/pouch/bag. This gives them freedom to add much cheaper and low quality meats without having to legally state them in the ingredients list, and these "extra" meats can be from a completely different animal (or animals). It is not difficult to assume that the actual meat content and quality varies wildly from batch to batch because of this.
"Meat and Animal Derivatives" is often found in brands found in supermarkets and is usually the only meat-based protein source. This is a generic term for animal proteins - it can sourced from any animal. "Derivatives" are the leftover, undesirable bits of an animal such as feet, fur, intestines, heads etc. which results in poor quality food and extremely low nutritional value.
The dry food pieces (like most dry foods) are sprayed with fat and other flavourings so they are more appetising to the cat. Cats will eat whatever they believe to be tasty, and are naturally drawn to strong smells and flavours that cheaper foods will include - solely to entice the cat to eat.
Compare this to other higher-quality cat foods such as Blue Buffalo, Felidae, Weruva, California Natural, Instinct, Prairie, Natural Balance, Eagle Pack, Wellness, EVO, Bozita (the canned stuff is 90+% meat and can be bought from zooplus.co.uk), HiLife (60% meat), Feline Fayre, to name a few.
No, I don't think so. But most whiskas cat food has fish in it, and if a cat has too much fish, it can get seriously ill, so watch what flavors of food you give your cat.
It is a crossbreeding between the Siamese and Burmese breeds of cats.
About 15+ years.
I think the Maine coon cat is most hyper. I have one who never stops.
100% Possibility. True Story.
Due to the American Curl's large genetic pool, this breed of cat is not prone to any genetic defects and is a healthy breed. Their ears, however, are fragile and prone to ear infections due to their shape, which means that they need to be handled gently and cleaned frequently.
there is no such hair or fur that is really truly black it is just really really dark dark brown
Sphinx cat (bald cats) are the only animals I could think of that wouldn't shed ANY hair at all.
Mother cats will sometimes eat their newborn kittens instinctively if they are too unhealthy to survive for long
The best is known to be the American short hair.
First thing is first, not all white kittens are deaf. It is usually ones with blue eyes.
Second, it is to do with genetics. There are certain traits in a creature's DNA that make up what they look like, how they act, what diseases they will have, and basically anything. Have you heard of dominate and recessive traits? A white kitten with blue eyes all have dominate traits in their DNA that cause them to most likely be deaf.
No, because they already have fur that does the same function as human eyebrows (helping to keep crud from getting into the eyes). Cats do have whiskers over their eyes in roughly the same location as human eye...
The phylum is chlorophyta also known as green algae.
Cats that live indoors have life expectancies of anywhere from 10 - 30 years (although anything over 20 is unusual). Outdoor and feral cats have lower life expectancies due to increased exposure to illness, predators, traffic, etc.
Yes, the British Shorthair can have a tabby and white coat.