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Cat Facts That You May not Know About Posted byTiny Paws July 31, 2020 Leave a commenton Cat Facts That You May not Know About EditCat Facts That You May not Know About Facts About Cats and Humans We have a beautiful relationship with our cats. The cat jumps up on our lap and starts to purr and rub her head against our hand. In her cat language she says, I love you. What is our reaction? Subsequently, we pet her head. She purrs and we feel delighted. A little spark of joy springs up inside us knowing that the cat is happy...

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Cats have sensitive spots on their body. These are "don't touch me areas." Observing the cats body language helps to evade these irritating areas.

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Cat circles are an on going mystery. However, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, a renowned cat behaviorist states, “You can boil many cat behaviors down to one reason and the reason is survival.” She goes on to say that psychologically, when a cat sees the border of the circle he feels that it is a safe place to be.

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Felines and Nose Prints Did you know that a cat’s nose has prints? Believe it or not, they do. For instance, cats have nose prints just like we have finger prints. Moreover, every cat possess its own unique pattern of lines and ridges. That is to say, his nose identifies him just as our fingerprints identify us. However, no cat tolerates having his nose pressed like we press our thumb for a thumb print. Feline nose What’s the Color of Your Cat’s Nose? What is the color of your cat’s nose? Think about it. Look at your cats nose. Is...

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The American Curl Cat and Their Ears The American Curl Cat curls its ears back instead of having straight ears like other cats. Because of this, they are one of America’s most unique cat breeds. Although still a bit uncommon, they habitat in Spain, Japan, Russia, and many other countries as well as the USA. These felines with the curled back ears attract the admiration of many and are a real treasure. Curled back ears Characteristics of the Curled Eared Cat The curled eared cat is born with straight ears. How about that? So what’s the deal? Actually, it takes...

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