Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cats. Show all posts

Sunday, March 3, 2024


Cats and Dogs are Hugging Themselves in the middle of the ruins After Predicting an Earthquake.



Images of the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria are still vivid. For some of you, it is much more, because you yourself have been victims. Nature sometimes surprises us with its cruelty, and a significant role in all of this belongs to man. 

He is the one who, with his irresponsible actions, largely influenced climatic changes, and thus most likely severe natural disasters such as earthquakes. 
Could this have been foreseen and thus avoided catastrophic consequences of an enormous degree? I leave it to the experts to deal with it in the future because this is a blog about CATS and DOGS after all. However, what I would like to point out with this introduction and what I will deal with in this post, is the possibility of predicting earthquakes by our PETS. So, the question is can pets predict an earthquake or not?

Pets and Their Ability to Sense Cataclysms:

That animal can sense cataclysms has been known since ancient times. Thus, for example, back in the 4th century BC (373 BC), ancient Greece was hit by a huge earthquake, where the entire city of Helikea, where the epicenter was, collapsed into the ground. Just two days before that unfortunate event, rats, snakes, worms, weasels, and centipedes left that city and found refuge elsewhere. 

A Dog That is All Scared is Standing Next to a Device That Predicts  Earthquakes

From recent history, there is a record of the earthquake near Naples in 1805, which talks about the unusual behavior of domestic animals immediately before the earthquake. So, for example, some DOGS will whine and bark "for no reason" before an earthquake, and if they are on the floor in a house or apartment, they will run outside barking. While others will hide among the furniture, stare blankly or seek protection in the lap of the owner, and some will not return to the house for some time after the earthquake, due to the closed space. 

Cats, Dogs, and Other Animals:

CATS, but also snakes, frogs, and fish, can also sense an earthquake. CATS get nervous before an earthquake because they react to sudden changes in the Earth's magnetic field due to their heightened senses. Namely, they can feel tremors, changes in temperature, the smell of stagnant water, and noise. CATS actually react to the increase in static electricity in the air that occurs just before an earthquake. 

Beautiful Little Black and White Kitten Standing in the Middle of the Ruins Caused by a Great Natural Disaster

It is believed that a CAT predicted the earthquake in Albania in 2019, because a surveillance camera recorded its agitated behavior, just before the earthquake. And that video went around the world and became viral. 

Chickens literally go crazy before an earthquake (clucking in panic, flapping their wings, they behave as if some predator attacked the chicken coop), and during and after the earthquake they become even crazier. These are the words of the author Tributsch, who studied the ability of animals to predict earthquakes and published this in his book "Omens of Earthquakes". In it, he analyzed as many as 78 collected descriptions of unusual animal behavior around the globe. Thus, he states that "aquatic animals", such as crocodiles and frogs, are particularly sensitive to earthquakes, affecting them more than other animals. 

Scientific Evidence and Opinions:

There is a whole range of opinions on this topic, and scientists in Japan have been dealing with it for the last few years, which is understandable if we take into account that Japan is located in a seismic area. Earthquakes are an almost frequent occurrence there.


My humble opinion on this topic is that our PETS and animals in general can sense and therefore predict cataclysms. Moreover, there is more recent scientific evidence about this, that is, evidence from the age of developed seismology, and it cannot be said that it is just empty speculation or superstition. I leave it up to you to decide for yourself whether it is superstition or scientific truth.

 "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Tuesday, April 25, 2023



Many of us read social chronicles and like to peek into the private lives of celebrities from time to time, so of course I do too. We are all only human and we are interested in the lives of the rich and famous. 

But what I am particularly interested in are the PETS of celebrities. Are they really PETS, or just fashion accessories to show off in public? I want to find out which celebrities have PETS, especially CATS and DOGS, and what exotic species we can see in their homes.
Nicholas Cage, Cameron Diaz, Karl Lagerfeld, Kim Kardashian, George Clooney, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nicole Kidman, as well as Mike Tyson and Melanie Griffith, are just some of the well-known names and passionate animal lovers. 

Some of them have exotic animals as PETS that it borders on the bizarre. So at one time, Melanie Griffith's parents kept a real, 200 kg LION as a PET, and the famous former boxer Mike Tyson is the owner of even 3 BENGAL TIGERS (Kenya, Storm, and Boris). Unfortunately, or fortunately, TIGERS no longer live at the Tysons' house, because one of them tried to eat the DOG next door. 

But they are not the only ones. Many world-famous "stars" keep exotic and unusual animals for PETS

So, for example, movie "strongman" Arnold Schwarzenegger keeps 2 donkeys in his home, an irresistible charmer and seducer, George Clooney had a Vietnamese pig named Farewell Max in his villa for 13 years. He even shared a bedroom with him. 
Nicole Kidman keeps her PETS alpacas on a ranch of 111 hectares near Sydney. 
And the late American actress Kirstie Alley had as many as 14 lemurs in her home. She explained that in Los Angeles, the climate is similar to that of Madagascar, the island state in the Indian Ocean from which these lovely creatures originate. 
We must not leave out Bubble the chimpanzee who lived in Neverland with his famous owner, the late Michael Jackson, and Justin Bieber's monkey, which was infamously taken from him in Germany at the Munich airport when he intended to take it with him on tour. And on top of that, he still had to pay a hefty sum to the shelter that took in the little monkey. We learn that he still lives in a zoo in Germany. 

In this sea of bizarre or at least exotic PETS, we must certainly mention the veritable treasure trove of reptiles of Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash, who at one time had several hundred: snakes, lizards, and even crocodiles. 
However, chickens are an absolute hit among celebrities. The leader here in this is Jennifer Garner, whose PET Regina George died in 2018. 
Among the big fans of chickens are Kylie Jenner (star of the reality show "Keeping up with Kardashians"), actress and singer Hilary Duff, and tennis star Serena Williams

However, the most famous "world chicken coop" is the one owned by the Duke of Sussex - Prince Harry, and his better half, Meghan Markle.

Despite everything exotic and bizarre, as I have already emphasized, I am most interested in CATS and DOGS. While researching, I found out that they are big fans of CATS: Nicholas Cage, who, in addition to two CATS (Merlin and Tiger) also has 2 albino king cobras, an octopus, and 2 crows. And among the biggest "CAT LOVERS", it is certainly worth mentioning the late Karl Lagerfeld and his beloved BURMESE CAT Choupette, who was taken over by his former housekeeper Francoise Cacote after his death. 

Passionate fans of CATS are also: Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, Martha Stewart, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Ian Somerhalder, Ricky Gervais, Ed Sheeran, Nicole Kidman, Jenna Fischer, Drew Berrymore, Robert Downey Jr., Russel Brand, Gigi Hadid, Mandy Moore, and many others

On the other hand, the Obama family with their PORTUGUESE WATER DOGS, Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, Justin and Hailey Bieber, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, etc., are just some of the names that chose DOGS as their PETS.

Whether it's about the latest fashion trend or true animal lovers, decide for yourself. However, what I would like to point out is the fact that WILD ANIMALS have no place in a house or apartment because it is not their natural habitat. In addition, with their perhaps involuntarily aggressive behavior, they can injure someone.
Wild animals have never been, nor will they be PETS. Those in captivity will never be happy, and you who hold them will never be safe in your own home. So think carefully when you decide to "tame" large predators!

 "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Tuesday, February 28, 2023




As we know, CATS are ANIMALS with character and do only what they want, they do not tolerate any changes and they like routine. They are often jealous. What is the mutual coexistence of multiple CATS in a home? We will deal with this topic in this text. 

The relationship between two or more CATS depends on their first meeting. Getting to know each other can be very demanding. If they get to know each other in the right way, it will affect their further relationship, which in that case can become even friendly. 
Any aggressiveness should not be tolerated, as it could mark their future relationship. CATS that have grown up with several CATS will accept a newcomer more quickly than a CAT that is used to being the only one. 

Aggressive, sick, non-sterilized, visually impaired, and deaf CATS will also show displeasure upon introduction. The direction in which their future relationship will develop largely depends on the individual character of each individual CAT. So, for example, if it is about dominant CATS, it is very likely that there will be a conflict over shared resources or the owner's attention. 

The best prospects for adaptation are
1. KITTENS peers and young CATS of the same age, because they will learn and communicate with each other through play, 
2. KITTENS and adult females, because of the maternal instinct. Moreover, they will teach them a lot. 
3. Adult males, if they are friendly towards other PETS

Acquaintance must not be stressful and must take place under supervision, in order to avoid possible conflicts over territory, food, toys, etc., and CATS themselves will establish a social hierarchy in the group. Just before the introduction, it is recommended to take the "newcomer" to the vet, to avoid the possibility of infecting other CATS and other PETS, if you have them. 

Keep in mind that you must provide adequate living space for a large number of CATS. 10 square meters per CAT is recommended. If you live in a house, it would be preferable to have a fenced area around it for CATS to live in the summer months.
Here are some tips from my own experience and on the recommendation of a veterinarian for a successful CO-EXISTENCE OF MULTIPLE CATS IN A HOME, which will enable you to support the newcomer, but also not to neglect your current PETS.
  • Upon the arrival of a new CAT or KITTEN in the house, isolate it from other PETS, and gradually introduce them to them and their new living environment. Let your new PET gradually explore the house or apartment by leaving it in each room for a short time.
  • Accustom the newcomer to her own space.
  • Provide the security of the territory to the previous PETS (let them feel safe in their territory) and continue to pay them enough attention, and respect the privileges that they had before the arrival of the new CAT. Give equal attention to both old and new PETS and do not encourage their rivalry. This would mean if you are petting one of them on your lap, and the other is sitting next to you, take the other CAT on your lap and pet them together. In the event that one chases the other away from your lap, stop petting both CATS, and remove the aggressor from the lap. This will prevent one CAT from getting more attention than the other, which is very important for them because they want the same attention.
  • Get the CATS used to each other's scents. A good way to do this is to give toys to the newcomer or give the cot to the old PET and vice versa. Also, you can rub the new CAT with some cloth, and then give that cloth to the current PET. In addition, it is recommended to change the rooms in which they stay. And, if you want to speed up the process of getting to know each other CATS through smell, simply buy a spray with synthetic pheromones and continue to follow the instructions on it.
  • Try to feed all your CATS together, i.e. in the same room, but each one must eat from its own bowl, which must be close to each other. If they resent it, be patient, because they will get used to it in time.
  • Encourage them to play together or cuddle. In case of aggressiveness of one of them, stop the activity that you noticed that she enjoys. This will make them realize that it is unprofitable to be aggressive.
  • Reward any positive behavior of your PET with a TREAT, and ignore bad behavior.
  • Provide each PET with privacy, i.e. a space where they will feel safe and comfortable, a special bowl for food and water, a special sandbox, toys, etc. Later they will exchange all these things, but in the beginning, privacy is very important.
The mutual coexistence of our CATS largely depends on us, their owners. We cannot encourage them to love and accept each other, but we can provide them with all the essential factors that will create a positive environment and thereby encourage them to adapt and live well with others.

 "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Thursday, February 23, 2023



Today I will try to explain to you a very interesting topic, and it is about why cats bite and how to prevent it.

If you are the owner of these wonderful creatures, you probably had, or still have, the unpleasant experience of your PET biting and sometimes scratching you. And it's not light nibbling, while petting, but real bites of a small tiger - until the blood starts to flow. As I own a few CATS and I have such experiences myself. Especially since the new cat, our little Leo, came into the house.

Leo does not nibble lightly, but bites and scratches like a real tiger. Since everything I did not give long-term results (except for the current one), I decided to research a little and thus help myself, but also all of you who have similar problems. 

So in this text, I will try to bring you closer to why CATS bite so that we can prevent this in a timely manner. What should first be known to avoid and prevent such CAT behaviors, is that they are specific creatures with a very pronounced personality and will only do what suits them at a day, while the DOGS will do what the owner is asking them. 
The scratching and biting of everything that comes under the PAW, and so does the hand and legs of the owner, are entirely natural for a one-month KITTEN

They start with the game, from 3 or 4 weeks of age, to acquire skills for survival. As a rule, the KITTEN should not be separated from the mother until it is 3 months old because she teaches it through the game with all the skills needed. 
He will learn how to capture the prey, but also certain social behavior in accordance with the hierarchical position in the group. If he is separated from his mother before the age of 3 months, he will have to learn it with the help of the owner. 

Other CATS in the house, the owner himself or some TOY, replace the KITTEN in the game if he does not have his peers for the same. Given the KITTENS are very intelligent, they will soon understand what they can and what not. Changes in behavior, are observed around the 14th week, and around the 18th week, following before puberty and the KITTEN becomes more serious, grows up, and stops intense play. But by growing up, the game does not stop (only weakens intensity), because it entertains if it is a home CAT. 
The game maintains the skills necessary for hunting if it is a CAT that goes out. In case there are no other CATS near it, they will find a replacement for the game in the owner or some toys. In order to understand why CATS bite and how to prevent it, we need to detect the cause of such behavior.

By exploring this topic, I detected 6 basic reasons why CATS bite:

I have already emphasized that CATS have a specific personality. They are animals with character. Her character is written in her genetic code and that's how she will behave. Genetics, as we know, is inherited. Therefore, if she has inherited such behavior, she will be like this all her life. Of course, with certain socialization and upbringing, this can be corrected, because we definitely don't want a lion in our home.

As I said before, KITTENS are very playful and curious, because that's how they learn. They are not at all aware of their actions, nor how strong their bite can be. That is why it is good for them to have a peer or an older CAT in their environment from whom they can learn survival skills.

If you haven't changed the water, or the sand, if you haven't fed it at the usual time, it can also encourage your PET to bite you.

To a large extent, CATS like to imitate their owner, whether he is happy, sad, calm, or nervous, so they will react accordingly. If the owner is neurotic or tends to raise his voice towards her, the CAT will retaliate in a similar way to protect herself, especially when it comes to an aggressive CAT.

A CAT does only what it wants and when it wants. If, for example, she doesn't want to play or cuddle when the owner wants it, it is quite possible that she will react by biting or hitting and scratching the rear paws (BUNNY HOP).

The CAT is a "slave" to habits and routines and does not like any changes. The arrival of a new animal in the house, changes in the house, moving... All this represents great stress for her, which she will express by biting or scratching, among other things. In addition, some CATS are jealous, so this can also be the reason for her aggressive behavior.

These are the possible basic reasons why your PET will bite or scratch. However, this can be corrected with good socialization and training. Here are some tips, on how.
  • Devote yourself to your CAT, give her more attention, play more, and cuddle with her! Sometimes attention is exactly what she wants from you.
  • Don't let her play with your fingers, hands, or feet!
  • If she pulls out her nails or bites you start blowing and hissing, just like her mom CAT would do. Do not overdo it by any means, rather stop cuddling or playing, or simply get away from it. If it won't stop even then, try shouting at the KITTEN in a high-pitched tone. Do not do this with an adult CAT, as this can further encourage aggression. Try to address her in a calmer and gentler tone.
  • Reward her with a TREAT or TOY and be sure to praise her when she doesn't use her claws.
  • Place a STUFFED TOY on her, when you see that she intends to bite you.
  • If the CAT does not stop biting and scratching, try locking it in another room for a few minutes so that it realizes that it has overdone it. I do this by closing my KITTEN Leo in the transporter until he "cools off". And after that everything is fine, what's more, when I let him out of the transporter, he purrs, caresses, and cuddles.
And finally, what I want to point out: "Never physically punish your CAT!" Doing so will only cause a counter-effect because it will hit you back. If these tips did not help you, and your CAT continues to bite or scratch you, be sure to seek the advice of a veterinarian, in order to avoid unwanted consequences because a CAT BITE is both unpleasant and dangerous.

 "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Sunday, February 19, 2023




Today I will try to give you an answer to the eternal question do we choose cats or do cats choose us? So let's begin with our journey a little more in the past.

We have known since ancient times that CATS are spiritual ANIMALS. The ancient Egyptians still worshiped them and gave them the significance of divinity, and anyone who killed a CAT, intentionally or accidentally, would be executed. You had the opportunity to read about it in this blog post about ancient Egyptian mythology and CATS. 

History tells us that CATS have always been associated with humans and were often portrayed as human equals. Due to their intuition and psychic powers, they were used in various rituals. They have attributed the epithet of spiritual ANIMALS and symbols of high energy, which is why they were often persecuted in the Middle Ages. CATS use their spirituality and intuition when choosing their owners. So it's the CATS who choose us, not us them because they almost always select people with an energy similar to theirs, that of a cat. This is precisely what we humans do.

CATS are generally considered wise animals. This is, among other things, because they have the ability to constantly maintain a high level of energy, so if you are the owner of these beautiful creatures, it will probably affect your higher level of energy and new leadership in your life. I already talked about the benefits that CATS do to people in one of the posts on this blog : 

I will just emphasize that there are countless cases in which people react negatively to therapists, and for the sake of good mental health, CATS are recommended to them (CATS, among other things, reduce stress). CATS are also associated with legends. 

Some of them state that you will have long-term bad luck in the field of finance if the cat turns her back on you, or you reject it when it comes to you... 

However, these are just legends that most of us do not believe in, but we like to listen to them like fairy tales, which our grandmothers would tell us in our childhood. The fact is that there are numerous professional studies conducted, on why CATS are more inclined toward some people, while others dislike them and avoid them widely. 
The conclusion was drawn from them, that CATS choose "their people", only if they deserve it, while, for example, DOGS will adapt to their owner. I can confirm this from my own experience. Namely, during my life, I had and still have CATS. They somehow always came to me. 

The latest such experience is precisely our little angel, the kitten Leo, who chose our car in order to hide from the cold in the run-up to Christmas and thus brighten up our Christmas:

I questioned myself for a long time, why ME? And then I realized that it was the previously mentioned energy that connected us, just as my little one and my other CATS radiate similar energy.

   "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Saturday, January 21, 2023



At the very beginning of today's article, I would like to greet all of you, my faithful readers and those who will soon become so, and I would like to remind you that today, in addition to finding out which are the top nine scents that repel cats, we will also cover topics such as nail trimming and urinating at home and how to prevent it.

All of us owners of PETS, especially CATS, have encountered quite a few times that we PETS defecate in inappropriate places in the house. In addition, furniture often suffers from the nails of our cuddly creatures. As our four CATS are already adults, we have no problems with defecating around the house, because they have been taught to look outside when they have to. We got them a SCRATCHER for scratching, although sometimes they "sneak" to scratch an armchair or sofa. However, we solve this by shortening the nails.

However, with the arrival of the little KITTEN, about whom you had the opportunity to read in the "Christmas Fairy Tale", already somewhat forgotten problems appeared. As I mentioned in that story, the "fur ball" defecated wherever it went, sometimes because of illness, and sometimes because it was not taught where to do it. All this prompted me to research, in order to help myself and anyone with such problems. So read the solution. It's about smells that CATS don't like. As CATS use their sense of smell more in their activities than sight and other senses, it is good to know which smells they don't like, so we can use them to protect our living space and furniture.

The strongest of all scents that will repel your CAT is


The CAT is probably repelled by potassium, which is abundant, so my recommendation is - to try to polish the furniture with a banana peel, to prevent further destruction.


CATS can not stand the smell of citrus fruits, especially: oranges, lemons, and limes, so you will protect your living space if you spray with a few drops of these fragrances.


Lavender, rosemary, mint, thyme, geranium (pelargonium), eucalyptus...

However, care should be taken with lavender and mint, because in larger quantities, even in the form of oil, they are TOXIC for CATS.


CATS will avoid it because they do not prefer spicy food.


With them, you also need to be careful, because they can cause certain more severe reactions in CATS, but can be diluted in water and sprayed on the furniture. 


they are usually ingredients in some cleaning products, so irritation is possible in CATS.


they can also irritate the sensitive olfactory receptors of CATS.


are very intense and spicy smells that CATS can not stand.


CATS do not like the smell of fresh fruits and vegetables, especially the smell of tomatoes, red onions, and garlic bothers them.

These are the scents that your PET will certainly avoid in a wide arc, and which will help you protect your furniture and living space. Personally, I a citrus-based perfume helped me, which I would spray on the places where our KITTEN liked to defecate, and it's up to you to choose and help yourself, without endangering your PETS.

     "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Friday, January 20, 2023



That Christmas magic really exists, I saw for myself. On that cold, winter morning in the pre-holiday season, God sent us an angel in the form of a tiny KITTEN. That was a really happy Catsmas Fairy tale!
As we hurriedly finished our pre-holiday shopping and rushed to the car, in the parking of a shopping center, we heard a piercing meow, which seemed to be coming from our car. That said, the cat's cry was calling for help and looking for "his people", who would provide him with a warm home and warm his frozen PAWS and tortured body and soul. 
We walked around the car to figure out where exactly the meowing was coming from and located it, that it was most likely under the hood. Fearing that he might be injured if he was caught by the car's engine, the husband fearfully raised the hood and saw an adorable, tiny "ball of wool" that literally fit in the palm of one hand. 

It was HIM - the cutest creature I've ever seen - a tiny, frightened KITTEN aged about 2.5 months. I took him in my arms and stroked him to warm him up and calm him down, which I succeeded in doing because he stopped crying. 
We decided to take him home, and then we will find him home since we already have our four CATS

Immediately after entering the living room, he ran to our oldest 16-year-old CAT, who was lounging in front of the fireplace and soaking up the heat. He probably thought she was his mother. However, our Tea rudely rejected him with her snorts and hisses, so he decided to move away. After satisfying his hunger with a nice cat "papa", he went to the SCRATCHING POST, where he slept for a few hours. 

Then came the bath. It wasn't exactly his favorite activity. He couldn't wait for it to be over, so he could go back to sleep or play with balls. It was a wonderful, already somewhat forgotten sight, because all our CATS are grown up and don't play with CAT TOYS often. Observing him like that, we realized that he reminds us a lot of our never regretted CAT Leo, who died tragically under the wheels of a car a few years ago. The similarity, which will be shown later, is not only physical but also in character. That's why we named him Leo

As far as I can see, he will be the same as his namesake - a true alpha CAT, warrior, and fighter. We fell in love with him at first sight and it was clear that we would not look for another home for him. Our home, we decided, would also be his. 

However, on the second day, our little "fur ball" started peeing all over the house, even though I showed him places with CAT PADS to defecate. He would stop by them, I guess only "when he made a mistake". And he peed quite a lot and often. The last straw was when, on New Year's Eve, in a house full of guests, he peed on the couch and then on the bed.

Nevertheless, we decided to keep it at least a little longer. If urinating in inappropriate places continues, we will take him to the CAT shelter in a veterinary clinic. And just as we were about to take him there, I burst into tears and couldn't tear myself away from him. I hugged him tightly, afraid that someone would take him from me. 

That's when it hit me - he must be sick. That's why he pees so often and profusely everywhere. I was right. Our "little one", although cheerful and playful, had a urinary tract infection and ended up on 7-day antibiotic injections.
Now it's great. He no longer pees everywhere, but only on his pads. He is still playful, overjoyed to have his warm home, his cat friends, who have already accepted him, and finally - his people, who love him immensely.

And I wonder: "What kind of people have the heart to leave such a small, honey KITTEN in the cold in front of a shopping mall?"
They probably wanted to get rid of it, because of the problem described above, hoping that some "good people" would pick it up and take it home. But that's just my guess.

What I want to point out is that ANIMALS are not stuffed toys and you don't have them, if you can't or don't want to take care of them!!!
Especially DO NOT BUY them, but if you have the opportunity and possibilities, provide them with a warm home by ADOPTING!!!
And to return to the beginning of the story, our little angel Leo brought us immense happiness and joy of Christmas, some inner peace and satisfaction, knowing that we helped a little being, saving him from certain death.

                         "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Tuesday, December 13, 2022



Cats are territorial animals and they mark their territory by scratching, at the same time emitting odors, which also means that the place is theirs. Scratching is instinctive and will not disappear with the fact that the cat lives in a house or apartment, and not outdoors. Therefore, your pet’s favorite scratching object will probably be your furniture. And not just any. Cats love furniture made of plush, tweed, wool, linen, or silk because they can extract fibers from such materials. And besides, such materials are difficult to clean cat hair. Because of that, it is best to choose materials made of microfiber, or even shiny leather. But, as the cat's temper is different, the best solution is to provide your furry pets with scratchers.

Go Pet Club 62-Inch Cat Tree
Go Pet Club 62-Inch Cat Tree

The scratcher should initially be placed in the place where the cat was already scratching. Later, gradually, the scraper can be moved from one end of the room to the other, or you can get more scrapers.

Amazon Basics Cat Condo Tree Tower with Hammock Bed and Scratching Post
Amazon Basics Cat Condo Tree Tower with Hammock Bed and Scratching Post

The scratcher must be strong enough, stable, and high, otherwise, the cat will not want to use it. To encourage her to use it, put her favorite toy on the scratcher, play with your cat next to the scratcher, feed her next to the scratcher, and for each use of the scratcher, reward her with her favorite treat. If your pet continues to "sharpen its claws" on your furniture even with a scraper in the house, protect those parts with aluminum foil or double-sided tape.

Anti-scratch Cat Tape for Furniture - Stop Cat from Scratching Couch,Corners of Chair,Door Frame, Counter Tops and Carpet - Clear Double Sided Tape for Cat Scratching Cat Training Tape 2.5" x 16 Yard
Anti-scratch Cat Tape for Furniture - Stop Cat from Scratching Couch,Corners of Chair,Door Frame, Counter Tops and Carpet - Clear Double Sided Tape for Cat Scratching Cat Training Tape 2.5" x 16 Yard

Keep in mind that, in addition to the claws, the cat also left its scent on a piece of furniture she was scratching. To prevent it from happening again, you need to remove its odor as well, as otherwise it will come back to that part over and over again and scratch it. There are various neutralizing agents to neutralize odors and deter cats, but also those that serve to attract cats to the desired place (scratcher). If the cat is persistent and returns to the "crime scene" again, simply spray it with water or chase it away with a loud whistle to make the cat uncomfortable with the place where it wants to scratch because the cat never does anything that makes it uncomfortable.

QUTOP Cat Scratch Deterrent Training Spray, Cat Repellent Spray for Indoor and Outdoor Use - 175ml
QUTOP Cat Scratch Deterrent Training Spray, Cat Repellent Spray for Indoor and Outdoor Use - 175ml

                                   "We take care of our pets as for ourselves."

Tuesday, December 6, 2022



I recently wrote about the most expensive cat in the world. And now I bring you the TOP 5 for which you will have to set aside a really small fortune if you want to have them and show your status symbol and prestige.

 1. ASHERA CAT ($ 125,000)

Beautiful Ashera cat is sitting on the white blanket in the middle of a green meadow
It is the most expensive cat in the world. Not only is its selling price high, but you will also need to have a hefty wallet to feed it for over 2 decades. The most expensive are those with patterns like the snow leopard (a dizzying $ 125,000), the rest are sold for as little as $ 22,000, and the average price of this breed of cat is $ 28,000. The ASHERA is not a purebred breed, because it was created by crossing: AN AFRICAN SERVAL (like a SAVANNAH cat), an ASIAN LEOPARD (like a BENGAL cat), and a DOMESTIC DOMESTIC CAT. It is the rarest and newest breed of DOMESTIC CATS. It is a tall, graceful cat with large, pointed ears, weighing about 30 lbs, adorned with fur with leopard spots and tiger stripes. The lifespan of this beauty is about 25 years. ASHERA is a cat that loves to climb,  it is friendly, loves children, and it is possible to train her. It likes to stay on a heated blanket during the colder days of the year. If you definitely want to show your status symbol by buying this beauty, keep in mind that you will have to "stand in line" for at least 9 months. So whoever loves, let him, love!

 2. BENGAL CAT ($ 42,000)

Lovely Bengal cat is standing on the picture with a black background and is looking strait forward.
It originated in the 1950s in the USA by crossing an ASIAN LEOPARD CAT (Prionailurus bengalensis) and a DOMESTIC CAT, especially the spotted EGYPTIAN MAU for the purpose of researching feline leukemia. In, physical appearance, the BENGAL CAT is similar to the ASIAN LEOPARD cat, and in character, the DOMESTIC CAT. She is muscular, of an athletic build, of medium size, smaller head, wide, wedge-shaped, rounded, small ears, wide at the base. Her eyes are very wide apart, oval or light almond-shaped with a slight slant. She has muscular legs of medium length with round and large paws, with the hind legs being longer than the front ones. The tail is thick, of medium length, tapering and rounding at the tip. The exotic appearance of this breed is especially contributed by a long, strong, and muscular body and fur that is short to semi-long, shiny and dense, soft to the touch with dotted patterns in the form of a rosette or marbled (marbelle) patterns. The character of this beautiful cat says that it is a very active, agile, energetic, playful, smart, confident, and curious cat. Most Bengalis enjoy playing, chasing, climbing, and exploring. These are rare cats that love water and enjoy playing in the water. In general, Bengalis enjoy the action. They are a sociable breed, and it is very important that they socialize from an early age.

3. SAVANNAH CAT ($ 22,000)

Yellow with black dots and poiny ears Savannah cat is standing on the picture and looking strait forward.
The cat breed SAVANNAH was created by crossing the AFRICAN SERVAL - an African wild cat and a domestic cat. It is a relatively new breed of cat, recognized by the International Cat Association (TICA) in 2012, although it originated much earlier - back in 1986. The SAVANNAH cat is recognizable by its large, pointed ears and golden, silver, or black smoke-colored fur, covered with dotted patterns. Black SAVANNAHS are monochromatic with possible pale spots visible beneath the black. SAVANNAH is a spotted cat, and spots can be: oval, round, or elongated dark brown to black. It has an elongated body with long legs and is almost the same size as any other large domestic cat. Unusual physical features such as a long neck, small, elongated head, darkened eyes, and short, thick tail with black rings also give this breed an exotic look. The eyes have a boomerang shape — brown, gold, or green (except in kittens — whose eyes are blue) color. SAVANNAH is a short-haired cat, and its fur is easy and simple to nurture by weekly combing and brushing, and if necessary, nails can be cut and ears cleaned. SAVANNAH is a confident and active cat, very intelligent and curious, and is always looking for something interesting and adventurous. Like a dog, it can learn to walk on a leash or bring toys. She is very attached to her family and gets along better with people who are willing to play with her. Otherwise, it can become destructive. So give her plenty of play and lots of solid toys. She enjoys interacting with people, children, and other cats, but also friendly affectionate dogs. If you are attracted to cats with a slightly wild character, then SAVANNAH is the right choice for you.

4. SPHYNX CAT ($ 3,000)  

Totally hairless grey Sphynx Cat with green eyes and very big ears is standing in the picture.
Cultivation of this breed in its present form began in Canada in 1966 when a domestic cat gave birth to hairless kittens by a spontaneous genetic mutation. The new breed was named MOONSTONE CAT (CAT OF THE MOONSTONE) and then CANADIAN HAIRLESS. Further crossbreeding creates a new breed called SPHYNX. This breed is recognizable by the fact that it is hairless, ie it has no fur, but it has a layer of fine undercoat. In SPHYNX cats, the lack of a mustache is quite common, and the skin around the muzzle, on the shoulders, and ears, can be wrinkled. The skin is sensitive to the sun, so before sun exposure, it is necessary to apply sunscreen with a high protection factor, because otherwise, burns can occur. Also, they need to be wiped frequently and regularly with damp wipes or some other damp cloth so as not to leave sweat stains on the furniture. Due to their sensitivity to heat and cold, it is best to keep them indoors. It is also necessary to clean their ears often, as they are prone to the accumulation of mucus and dirt. As they do not have fur, it should be borne in mind that these cats can often be cold. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SPHYNX cats are: muscular and round body with strong chest, elongated head with high cheekbones and accentuated chin, very large ears wide at the base, large and slightly slanted eyes, tail like a whip, narrowed towards the top where their is sometimes a tufted hair. The legs are of medium length with oval paws and long, slender toes, and the hind legs are longer than the forelegs. By the way, the SPHYNX CAT is: intelligent, curious and playful, talkative and loud, and very attached to its owner. They get along well with children, dogs, and other cats (preferably with other Sphynx cats). They are not recommended for people who are allergic to cat hair, because, although they do not have fur, they are not anti-allergic.

5. PETERBALD CAT ($ 3,000)

Totally hairless grey Petrebald cat with black eyes, big ears and almost blue color snout is standing at the picture.
This breed is native to Russia-St. Petersburg. It was created in 1994 by an experimental crossing of the SPHYNKS  cat and the ORIENTAL SHORT-HAIRED breed with the hair loss gene. The breed is fast becoming popular throughout St. Petersburg, so this results in the name PETERBALD. There are several variations of her fur: completely hairless, fur-like peach skin, fur-like velvet, as well as their different variants that can change over time. The fur that a cat acquires at birth can change during the first two years of life (with a tendency to lose or gain hair). The characteristics of this breed are, in addition to the above: long and narrow head with a flat profile, large, separated ears, almond-shaped eyes (eye color depends on the color of the fur), wedge-shaped snout, long and strong tail-like a whip, oval paws of medium size connected toes. It is this feature that allows them to open doors and hold on to various objects. Their hind legs are a little longer than their forelegs. The PETERBALD cat is distinct: energetic, smart, and curious, but also affectionate, peaceful, and gentle personality. She is very attached to her owner and will follow in his footsteps wherever he goes, crawl into his bed, or sit on his lap. They are very talkative and get along well with other pets. As they do not have fur, they need to be bathed regularly. This breed does not belong to HYPOALLERGY and is recommended for people prone to allergies.

 If you are wondering which of these MOST EXPENSIVE BREEDS of cats is also the MOST AGGRESSIVE? There are no rules. It is true that some cats are a little harder to tame than others (SAVANNAH, BENGAL, AFRICAN SERVAL, SPHYNX). But they are neither lions, nor jaguars, nor tigers, and they need discipline, proper care, attention, and affection. And with the right education, you can turn a tiger into your "hairy friend".

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