*Isaac Newton was the one who invented the “flap door” for cats.
*Cats tongues are so rough they don’t have to chew but can lick what remains of meat on the bones.
*There are 10 million more cats kept as pets in North America than there are dogs.
*If your cat never goes outdoors, you should grow some “Kitty grass” for them. Grass helps with their digestion and helps to prevent fur balls.
*Speaking of fur balls, the scientific name for the unpleasant upchuck is “bezoar.”
*If fed tuna too often, cats can actually become addicted to it, and develop a vitamin E deficiency.
*If you’re thinking of mixing cats and dogs as pets, be aware that they will get along better if the cat is under 6 months old and the dog is under one year old when first introduced.
*In Denmark in 1995, a cat with green fur was discovered. At first it was thought to be some genetic mutation, but after some research it was determined that it was due to the extremely high content of copper in the water supply. I knew you could color feed a canary, but a cat?
*In homes With more than one cat, it’s best to have cats of the opposite sex because they generally get along much better. NOW THE TELL ME. I have five girls.
*According to APOP (Association for Prevention of Pet Obesity) at least 50% of U.S. cats are obese. Sounds like that sort of mirrors the statistics for humans.
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