January 14, 2017
There’s plenty of information online about how to take care of cats of different breeds. It’s usually brought to us by professional breeders and their recommendations may include more details than we’d wish them to. There’s nothing wrong with that, but we’ve decided to interview someone who is just a cat lover, like us. This time we’ve decided to learn, how easy it is to take care of a Rex cat.
If you are fond of Rex cats, you are probably a member of a Rex-cats club on Facebook. We’ve reached out the Devon Rex fans – the DevonZone – and have asked them a couple of questions about their pets. Joy, a dedicated cat-lover has agreed to answer a few of our questions and to get us acquainted with super-lovely cats.
January 11, 2017
We’ve surfed through the cat-world news and picked three curious ones for your attention.
Top cats in literature
We believe the list is terribly incomplete, one can’t stop at number five. But Cheshire Cat and Behemoth would surely be on the top of our list too.
Pet cat and pet fish
The Katzenworld blog dives into the problem of whether it is possible to keep your cat away from fishing in a bowl with your goldfish. The answer is no, but if you insist on keeping both pets – make the bowl cat-proof.
“Cats” come to Dubai
Should you happen to be in Dubai in January, you have a chance to visit a celebrated “Cats” musical in the newly built Dubai Opera.
Don’t worry, we’ll keep an eye on the cat news for you.
January 4, 2017
If your cat ever gets blind there are chances you won’t even notice it right away. Cats are very smart animals and they have a good memory. They could get from place A to place B with their eyes closed. Their memory, together with other senses (smell, hearing, touch, balance) give them the ability to behave almost as normal cats even when their vision is not 100% healthy. A blind cat can still remember perfectly how to get on the sofa or how much she has to jump up to breathe some fresh air from your window.
December 26, 2016
“Honey, it’s about your cat… She acts weird. She looks fluffier than before, and she waves her tail… Shall I comfort her on my lap?”
Yes, this is the moment you cry “Noooo! Run!”. Cats can’t talk, but they have plenty of ways to speak to us with their body language. Reading cat emotions will not save your life or make you a respected person, but it will let you understand your pet companion better. In fact, cats are a lot like people – they can be moody too.