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According to the urban dictionary, toe beans are "the pink squishy pads on the underside of an animal's paws, particularly a cat's, so named for their resemblance to jelly beans."Toe beans are beneficial to cats because they absorb shock.  They walk on their toe beans or, we might say, on their tip toes.  These squishy pads also provide a sweat gland as well as a scent for marking their territory.

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Athletic Cat is a good name for your feline. She can do the high jump without any problem at all. Her high jump is astounding. She can easily compete with the high jumper. But that's not all, she can perform as a ballerina and daintily balance herself on the top of a fence. She has balletic grace. The High Jump of the Athletic Cat The high jump is one of the cat's amazing athletic feats. With the exception of the Maine Coon, domestic cats are not large animals. However with a run-up, cats can jump five or six times their...

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Fingernail and cats claws are both made of a protein called keratin.  They differ in the fact that fingernails attach to skin.  Claws attach to bone.  Cats can also retract their nails.

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Is a Scratching Post Important? The scratching post that you choose for your cat is important. Some cat posts are to high for a kitten. This intimidates the tiny feline. However, full grown cats desire a post high enough to provide a complete body stretch. Poorly constructed posts fall over and destroy the cats interest in it completely. However, a good scratching post made of high quality materials is sturdy and stable. It excites the cat when he digs his claws into that wonderful sisal wrapped post. Scratching Post Location of the Post. A post placed in a solitary spot...

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Where's the Cats Tail? Where is the cat's tail? That is the question. The answer is, she has no tail. Well, isn't it true that the cat's tail helps them to balance themselves when they walk on a fence for example. That is true, however, no tail cats get along fine. We call these cats Manx. Origin The origin of these no tail cats begins on the small Island of Man in the Irish Sea. This island rests between Great Britain and Ireland. Due to the isolation of these cats from outside breeding, they developed a dominant gene which is...

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