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The reason behind the short tail of Manx breed is the naturally occurring mutation. These cats have either no tail referred as rump or a short tail referred as stumpy. It has a solid body and very friendly and affectionate....
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Cats have the same hair follicles for their entire lives, and changes in their coat's appearance depend on changes within the follicle. Kittens are usually born with short, fuzzy fur that will be shed and replaced by courser hair by the time they are 6 to 8 months old....
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Spina bifida is a birth defect that occurs with some regularity in cats that are born without tails. The genes that cause the spine to shorten and not produce a tail are the same genes that cause spina bifida....
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A healthy coat of fur on a cat will be slick, smooth, and shiny, not coarse or brittle. Proper nutrition and good grooming will help keep your cat's fur healthy, whether it is a long-haired or short-haired variety....
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If a domestic cat is either neglected, lost, or even abused, they can develop feral-like qualities, but a previously domesticated and socialized cat can never become fully feral. They become strays and then maybe, under some situations can develop feral-like qualities....
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It is rare that an adult feral cat can be tamed, but these same techniques can be applied to adult cats, and is some cases we have seen success. By taming a feral kitten, you are preparing that kitten to be placed for adoption....
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The Siamese cat is one of the first distinctly recognized breeds of Asian cat. Derived from the Wichianmat landrace, one of several varieties of cat native to Thailand (formerly known as Siam), the Siamese became one of the most popular breeds in Europe and North America in the 19th century....
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History of the Siamese Cat. The origin of the Siamese cat has been traced to the Orient, and while there may not be strong historic evidence, it is believed that they originated in tropical Thailand, known then as Siam, sometime around the 14th century....
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How Much Water Does a Cat Need? Typically, cats need between 3. 5–4. 5 ounces of water per 5 pounds of body weight per day. If you have a 10-pound cat, they should be consuming between 7–9 ounces of water, or about half an average bottle of water....
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Your cat needs to drink 20-40 milliliters per kilogram in weight. A cat that weighs 6 kilograms (12 pounds) should be drinking around 180 milliliters (6 fluid ounces) of water a day.......
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The intake of water considered normal in a domestic cat is 45 ml/kg/day or around 2-4 ounces/day , an increase in this amount will also produce an increase in excreted urine, so if a cat urinates too much, probably water consumption has also gone up....
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"Classic" Calico cats have lots of white, along with the black and brown or orange hues, and are often equal parts of the three colors. Classics don't always have white on the back and torso area, but the white on the points will extend well up the thighs and around the neck and belly etc....
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The Havana Brown Cat is a breed of solid chocolate-colored cats that are exceedingly rare with an 'endangered' existence. Interestingly, the Havana Brown in the...
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