Just throw your cats out of the window. That’s it. It’s gone. Wait! It’s not dead. Thinking of throwing it? Think of better ways… By: Zhan Siang, Iskandar, Zhan Yue and Jia Hui +
Oxygen + Jumping Down Great Household Stuff That Can Heights = Alive? Let’s breathe Kill Your Cat!!! more and jump down buildings! Scientist’s report: The truth is, after a few floors it doesn't really matter [how far the cat falls], as long as the oxygen holds out. Cats have a nonfatal terminal velocity (sounds like a contradiction in terms, but most small animals have this advantage). Once they orient themselves, they spread out like a parachute. There are cats on record that have fallen 20 stories or more without ill effects. As long as the cat doesn't land on something pointy, it's likely to walk away.”
Entering the Guinness book record Cats are the best jumpers of heights without injuries. One cat, for example, is known to have survived a 46-story fall.
Acetaminophen (Tylenol), fungicides, paint, antifreeze, furniture polish, paint remover, aspirin, gasoline, permanent-wave lotion, bleach, hair coloring, photographic developers, boric acid, herbicides, pine-oil disinfectants, brake fluid, insecticides, rubbing alcohol, carburetor cleaner, kerosene, dandruff shampoo, laxatives, shoe polish, deodorizers, lye, snail or bug bait, diet pills, matches, suntan lotion with cocoa butter, disinfectants, metal polish, drain cleaner, mineral sprits, turpentine, drycleaning fluid, mothballs, windshield-washer fluid, dye, nail polish, wood preservatives, fireextinguisher foam, nail-polish remover. If you want to kill your cat with this stuff. You must keep a lookout before doing so.
Don’t Train us! I Don’t want to be kungfu cats!
Did You Know… Egyptians shaved their eyebrows as a sign of mourning when they lost a beloved cat Hebrew folklore believes that cats came about because Noah was afraid that rats might eat all the food on the ark. He prayed to God for help. God responded by making the lion sneeze a giant sneeze -- and out came a little cat! A cat's heart beats twice as fast as a human heart, at 110 to 140 beats per minute.
Cat Training Rule #1: Rule out Medical Causes First
While other cat medical problems may be recognizable as such, cats' peeing outside the box is often viewed as a behavior problem. Time and time again, I've seen statements such as "The Cat is mad at me because...," or "He's getting back at me for..." The fact is that, along with a dirty litter box, a serious urinary tract infection is the #1 reason for cat urinating outside the litter box. You see the cat doesn't know he is sick. He knows that he has pain when he pees in the box, so with his limited reasoning skills, he associates the litter box with the pain. He then looks elsewhere for a place to urinate.
Your cat loves you and can "read" your moods. If you're sad or under stress, you may also notice a difference in your cat's behavior. In 1952, a Texas Tabby named Dusty set the record by having more than 420 kittens before having her last litter at age 18. Sir Isaac Newton, discoverer of the principles of gravity, also invented the cat door. A cat will almost never "meow" at another cat. This sound is reserved for humans.
Don’t ill treat me... Treat me better
If your cat suddenly starts peeing outside the box, take him to your vet right away! Don't risk your cat's health by delaying. 2. Cat Training Rule #2: Natural Behavior is NOT a Problem
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Yes, there's no denying that cats' scratching and clawing can be destructive, when the target is the arm of a sofa. Yet a cat's need to scratch is entirely natural. A cat's claws are versatile, multi-purpose tools. Cats use their
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retractable claws every day, for climbing, scratching, pouncing, turning, balancing, or defending themselves. The exercise they get during clawing sessions helps build supple muscles and strong tendons and bones. Cats do not scratch furniture with malicious intent. Scratching is part of their regular self-maintenance program to keep their claws nice and sharp for self defense. 3. Cat Training - Training a Cat to Walk on a Leash
Cat training is needed when a cat has had a taste of outdoor exploring and makes a dash for the door every time it's opened. Cats should not be allowed outdoors without close supervision, which usually means while on a leash. Walking a cat on a leash can be a pleasurable experience for both the human and the cat, and definitely safer for the cat than allowing him to roam freely.
people who abuse animals often go on to attack humans, states are increasing the penalties for animal cruelty and developing better methods for tracking convicted offenders. ”It’s not that animal abuse is more prevalent,” said Stephan Otto, director of legislative affairs with the Animal Legal Defense Fund. “What has changed over the past few years is the recognition that animal abuse is often a warning sign for other types of violence and neglect.” In Franklin County, Ohio, for example, animal rescue officials estimate that one case alone cost them more than $1.2 million just to rescue and care for more than 170 cats from a hoarder’s home. In Dearborn, Mich., the county paid more than $37,000 to clean up the home of a convicted hoarder, Kenneth Lang Jr., where the authorities found more than 150 dead Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes and over 100 other dogs, covered in feces and filth, living there. Many of the dead cats were found in refrigerators and freezers at the residence.
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Published on Apr 19, 2010