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Tell Me Information About Cats Facts?
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Cats have five toes on each front paw, but only four toes on each back paw.
Cats have true fur, in that they have both an undercoat and an outer coat.
Contrary to popular belief, the cat is a social animal. A pet cat will respond and answer to speech , and seems to enjoy human companionship.
If left to her own devices, a female cat may have three to seven kittens every four months. This is why population control using neutering and spaying is so important.
Kittens are born with both eyes and ears closed. When the eyes open, they are always blue at first. They change color over a period of months to the final eye color.
When well treated, a cat can live twenty or more years.
A cat cannot see directly under its nose. This is why the cat cannot seem to find tidbits on the floor.
The gene in cats that causes the orange coat color is sexed linked, and is on the X sex chromosome. This gene may display orange or black. Thus, as female cat with two X chromosomes may have orange and black colors in its coat. A male, with only one X chromosome, can have only orange or black, not both.
If a male cat is both orange and black it is ( besides being extremely rare ) sterile. To have both the orange and the black coat colors, the male cat must have all or part of both female X chromosomes. This unusual sex chromosome combination will render the male cat sterile.
Cats have AB blood groups just like people.
A form of AIDS exists in cats.
Siamese coat color and crossed eyes may be caused by the same gene.
The color of the points in Siamese cats is heat related. Cool areas are darker.
Siamese kittens are born white because of the heat inside the mother's uterus before birth. This heat keeps the kittens' hair from darkening on the points.
There are many myths about cats. Check this page to see some of them discussed, and to find out the true facts.
Though rare, cats can contract canine heart worms.
People who are allergic to cats are actually allergic to cat saliva or to cat dander. If the resident cat is bathed regularly the allergic people tolerate it better.
Studies now show that the allergen in cats is related to their scent glands. Cats have scent glands on their faces and at the base of their tails. Entire male cats generate the most scent. If this secretion from the scent glands is the allergen, allergic people should tolerate spayed female cats the best.
Cats do not think that they are little people. They think that we are big cats. This influences their behavior in many ways.
Cats are subject to gum disease and to dental caries. They should have their teeth cleaned by the vet or the cat dentist once a year.
Cats, especially older cats, do get cancer. Many times this disease can be treated successfully.
Most cats have no eyelashes.
Many cats cannot properly digest cow's milk. Milk and milk products give them diarrhea.
Cats lack a true collarbone. Because of this lack, cats can generally squeeze their bodies through any space they can get their heads through. You may have seen a cat testing the size of an opening by careful measurement with the head.
Cats with white fur and skin on their ears are very prone to sunburn. Frequent sunburns can lead to skin cancer. Many white cats need surgery to remove all or part of a cancerous ear. Preventive measures include sunscreen, or better, keeping the cat indoors.
Cats can get tapeworms from eating fleas. These worms live inside the cat forever, or until they are removed with medication. They reproduce by shedding a link from the end of their long bodies. This link crawls out the cat's anus, and sheds hundreds of eggs. These eggs are injested by flea larvae, and the cycles continues. Humans may get these tapeworms too, but only if they eat infected fleas. Cats with tapeworms should be dewormed by a veterinarian.
Cats can get tapeworms from eating mice. If your cat catches a mouse it is best to take the prize away from it.
There are tiny, parasitic worms that can live in a cat's stomach. These worms cause frequent vomiting.
Many people fear catching a protozoan disease, Toxoplasmosis, from cats. This disease can cause illness in the human, but more seriously, can cause birth defects in the unborn. Toxoplasmosis is a common disease, sometimes spread through the feces of cats. It is caused most often from eating raw or rare beef. Pregnant women and people with a depressed immune system should not touch the cat litter box. Other than that, there is no reason that these people have to avoid cats.
Cats have a full inner-eyelid, or nictitating membrane. This inner-eyelid serves to help protect the eyes from dryness and damage. When the cat is ill, the inner-eyelid will frequently close partially, making it visible to the observer.
You can tell a cat's mood by looking into its eyes. A frightened or excited cat will have large, round pupils. An angry cat will have narrow pupils. The pupil size is related as much to the cat's emotions as to the degree of light.
A cat is pregnant for about 58-65 days. This is roughly two months.
Information from a Reader:
Regarding the cat spraying problem. Ordinary white vinegar is good to neutralize the odor. Also there is a product calle d "ODO BAN" which is anti-bacterial,virucidal and eliminates odors (it is biodegrable) it is made by the Clean Control Corp. and their # is 800-841-3904. Having 6 cats and 3 dogs....we have given it quite a test! Good luck!
From: "RONALD CAMPBELL" RASSC@worldnet.att.net
Information from a reader:
PLEASE ... don't let antifreeze leak from their car if their cats run wild, or even if there are stray cats running around the neighborhood. Granted stray cats can be a pain in the butt sometimes, and I'm sure we stray humans can be as well, but no animal deserves to suffer a slow and painful death like antifreeze would cause them. This would be greatly appreciated if you would do this for me and it help save some kitties in the world.
Thanks in advance,
Jennifer MP Porter-Hawn
can you tell me why a cat will stand and lift it paws up in down in one place on your body. Almost like marching in place.
This behavior in cats is left over from kittenhood, when they kneaded their mother's belly to help the milk flow. Some cats will actually knead and drool when they are petted. The kneading or marching means that the cat is happy.
The two most common problems with cats are aggression, and refusing to use the litter box. Both of these problems are usually caused by social conflict among cats. To have the fewest problems, have only one cat at a time. The more cats you introduce into a house, the more likely you are to have difficulties with the cats.
If you have a cat and want to have another cat, it will be easiest to introduce a female kitten. An elderly cat that is alone, however, should not be bothered with another cat. Let it rest in peace. Bringing a new cat into a household is always very stressful for all the cats concerned.
Unlike humans and dogs, cats do not suffer a lot from loneliness. It is a mistake to project our social feelings onto our cats. Cats are social to a degree, but they are far more concerned with territorial issues than we can even imagine.
Purring: To purr, cats use extra tissue in the larynx (voice box). This tiuue vibrates when they purr.

Is There A Dentist For Cats?
My Cat Had Lost One Of Its Lower Fangs Due To One Of It Encounters With It Old Nemesis, Because Of That It Started To Drool Alot And Hard For It To Eat Normally. So Is There Anyway To Replace The Lost Fang?

Hi there...dental disorders can be treated by a veterinarian since many cats suffer from periodontal disorders. Once a tooth is lost it cannot be restored. The drooling is a result of the periodontal disorder: http://www.manhattancats.com/Articles/dr...

Periodontal disorders in cats: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/news/badB...

Should My Dog Get Surgery?
My Vetenarian Says That My 12 Year Old Dog Needs Knee Surgery On One Of Her Rear Legs Due To A Tear....She Has An Obvious Injury And Limps, But Seems To Be In No Acute Pain...Shes Been On Rimadyl And Adaquin For 2-3 Weeks Now Only Showing Slight Improvement...I'M Wondering If Surgery Is Totallly Necessary...Wont It Eventually Heal On Its Own...I Just Feel Surgery Of Any Kind Is A Last Resort, Especially On A 12 Year Old Dog.....Anybody Out There With Some Experience With This...I Have To Make A Decision.....

Your dog has torn her anterior cruciate ligament, also called an ACL. And just so you know, she is in pain. Sometimes if it is not a full tear, it can heal on its own and will actually be a bit stronger than before. Usually this occurs in overweight dogs. Slimming the dog down and taking the weight off the knees is essential. This is difficult to do however as the torn knee should be carefully rested. No off lease, no jumping, no stairs. ect. Reduce her food and add puffed rice which has no fat and works great as a filling agent. As for surgery, I personally wouldn't put an old animal through it. Statistically, within 18 months (usually 6) the dog will tear its other ligament. I replaced both of my female mastiffs knees last year. She blew the second knee 10 days after her first surgery. The rehabilitation is exhausting and difficult, not to mention the expense. My male dog tore one of his ACL but because he has west/east feet and arthritis the veterinarian said he is not a candidate for surgery as he will have a very difficult time recovering. You don't mention what breed you have but if it is a large breed I would not put it through the surgery.

Question About Dogs And Surgery :(?
My Dog Was Given The Lyme Vaccine Which I Wish I Said No. Well After That His Immune System Became So Weak That He Developed What The Doctor Thinks Is Mast Cell Tumor. It'S Very Small Like A Pimple And Said Its Too Small For Biopsy And Tells Me Surgery Is The Only Way. It'S Located On My Huskies Thigh. Soft Spot Between Leg And Ribcage. He Just Turned 6 And I'M Afraid After This Surgery He Will Become Weak Again Open To More Infections. Can Anyone Tell Me What They Would Do In My Place Or How My Dog Will Be After The Surgery. :((((((

You were obviously very observant to find such a small lump. My first thoughts were to wait until it was large enough for a biopsy. I Googled "mast cell tumors" and I have changed my views on this. I don't want to sound a like a Jonah. However before you agree to the op, I think that you should ask for an Ultra Sound Scan to see what's going on inside.

Although it is probably too small to have metastasized, what if it has spread and removing the lump will not be enough? On the other hand if you have caught it in time, your dog could live a long and healthy life.

Dogs can cope with chemotherapy and survive.

Like I said I Googled "mast cell tumors". I found lots of interesting stuff, have a look at www.kateconnick.com

In all of this I must admit to being slightly anti- vets, I have known vets who have suggested unnecessary operations to increase their profits. Perhaps you have implicit faith in your vet, if not get a cancer specialist to examine him. Don't ever tell a vet that you can cope with the cost of an op, or that your dog is insured.

I adore my dogs and I would never consider the costs of their care, if this ultimately helped them. Thankfully you are a caring owner and the cost of the op has not been taken into consideration.

Take care.

Does Anyone Know Were A Vet Is Near The Grove Or Beverly Center?

there is a natural vet.... i am pretty sure this is the correct website!

Would The Va Or Vet Center Help?
I Got Out Of The Army With 20% Disability Rating And I Have A Job Thats Just Not Paying The Bills The Way I Need Them To. All My Savings Are Drying Up. Does Anyone Know If I Could Get Help Through The Va With Anything Like A Living Allowance Of Some Sort To Help With My Rent And Utilities Or Something Of The Sort? I Get Social Security Disability But I Use It To Pay The Car Payments And Buy Food And Drinks For The Family. And My Ob Only Gives Me Between 200 To 240 A Week. So Anyone Know Of A Program Or Anything To Hepl Me Out Through The Va Or Vet Center?

There are a bunch of things that play into getting a Veteran's allowance. Contact your closest Vet Center and set up an appointment with the counselor who handles all that.