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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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Cats Tails Communicate Cats tails communicate but sometimes it is difficult to understand exactly what this body language is trying to tell us. Felines have complicated gestures. It has been said that only domesticated cats can walk with their tails straight up. Wild cats do not do this. Cats tails communicate. Vertical Position   The vertical position of cat's tails communicates two things to us. First, how does your cat greet you when you return from work or other activity? Her tail is vertical and it quivers a little. That's because she is happy and so glad to see you....

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That Tiny Pink Tongue Posted byTiny Paws February 5, 2020 Leave a commenton That Tiny Pink Tongue EditThat Tiny Pink Tongue Texture When we see the tiny pink tongue of our cats, we just think its cute. Its just part of their anatomy.  However, let us delve a bit deeper into the functions of this interesting organ. Did you know that feline tongues have many functions? Let us start with its texture. When the cat lovingly licks you, the sensation is of rough sandpaper. It has tiny back-ward facing barbs on it called (papillae). The function of these barbs is to make it...

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Outside Cats Love Trees. Outside cats love trees. Cats are natural climbing mammals. Early cats lived in forests. Being able to quickly scurry up a tree, meant survival for them. It was, and actually is to this day, a cat's way of evading their predators. They also love to be up high to look for their prey. Another reason cats enjoy them, is scratching . Scratching keeps their nails sharp for tearing their prey apart. It also removes the dead outer layer of their claws, plus the scent glands on their paws mark their territory. Inside Cats Love Trees House...

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Kitty's Introduction to a Scratching Post Introducing your kitten to a cat scratching post may be frustrating at first. However, it should be a fun time for both you and your kitten. You get to enjoy the kitten's excitement and playful antics and your feline learns that the post is something important to her. Where to Put the Scratching Post Before placing a cat pole, some thought must be given. Where would be the best place to put the cat scratching post. The kitten’s idea of a good place may not be yours. If you place the post in a...

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