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Why do we raise cats?

Why do we raise cats?

Raising cats is a soul mission.
First and foremost you have to really love cats, and secondly, the breed that you choose.
We choose races based on personal desires and aspirations. What do we want? An independent cat, a cat massive petite cat, a cat filled with curiosity, with long hair, short hair, a cat weirdest ... The list is practically endless.

Old question always is, "and yet, why grow pedigree cats breed"? All domestic cats, with or without pedigree, face the same health problems: PKD, HCM, FIV, FELV is only a few. The selection process of growth and try to elim
Why take your cat from a registered breeder

Why take your cat from a registered breeder

Call indulgent "pseudocrescator" a person who, without being affiliated to any of the organizations recognized feline, cat owns you multiply the money, in short, but more direct and said, these people are "multiplier". Kittens are usually offered by multiplier poorly fed, vaccinated or unvaccinated chaotic, kept in cages improper and certainly were never properly consulted by a veterinarian. These kittens become available for sale at ages between 4 and 8 weeks, to avoid the costs of feeding and vaccinating them.

All too often happens that farmers receive calls from peop
Homemade toy ideas

Homemade toy ideas

Although there are plenty of commercially cat toys (balls of all kinds, some that jump, others that make noise, some rubber, some plastic), we thought it would be fun to give the cat a chance to play with homemade toys. Thus, we can think of virtually any material that could otherwise be reused to form different cat toys Peter.

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Flock paper

The simplest toy for cats is flock paper - take a sheet of paper is crumpled, binds well with thread and hung in various places of the house, the disadvantage is that, being bound with thread, the cat gets bored quickly it, b
Why does a cat steal? Feline psychology

Why does a cat steal? Feline psychology

Like any cat, the cat is a predator, both equipped with the necessary agility and tearing it to track prey, and with proper instinct. The cat will be always on alert, looking for a potential booty.

In captivity, namely, through domestication, the cat has lost a great part "function" of the hunter - instincts, however, were well preserved - thus explaining why adult cats playing with each other or with objects on they found the house (preferably objects to roll and make some noise) - any cat, even in the absence of prey, requires "training" to maintain its innate hunting skills the be
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