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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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Maine’s Huge and Gentle Cat Everyone loves the huge, sociable, and gentle Maine Coon Cat. Its nickname is “the gentle giant.” His size and gentleness give him this name. This cat is one of the oldest breeds in America. It is the largest breed to be domesticated. The state of Maine claims its origin. This humongous beauty is their official state cat. However, the real origin is still a mystery. Characteristics of These Gentle Giants These cats are characterized by their huge muscular build and weigh anywhere from 18 to 20 lbs or more. Some measure a few inches more...

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What are Teacup Cats? Teacup cats are just very small felines. Actually, they are smaller than what is known as miniature cats. They fit in a teacup when they are small kittens. These tiny cats are so cute and desirable. However, there are some very important facts that one needs to investigate before purchasing one of these little jewels. First of all, are they really teacup cats. For example, are they being sold as teacup cats but are litter runts or unhealthy kittens. Be aware! Teacup Kitten Genetics and Tiny Cats Breeding cats for simply physical results, in this case...

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