Recent Questions Tagged How-Long-Do-Cats-Live-For

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Cats do not need to go outside. Cats can be trained to be perfectly happy being indoor pets. Despite years of domestication, cats are still viewed as aloof, independent and solitary animals. Cat owners are providing all the basic needs of the pet....
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Keep Food and Water Fresh. Food and water are, of course, essential to any cat’s survival, but in cold months, extra caloric intake is especially important to cats living outdoors. Provide feral colonies with a constant source of food and water and take the necessary measures to prevent freezing....
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The results of their study showed that the lower metabolic rate of primates, and thus humans, was associated with a prolonged lifespan (compared to those of dogs and cats). Current research does not have a definitive answer to the question of why dogs and cats don’t live as long as humans....
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Sarah, you have asked a very interesting question. Dogs are mammals like humans, and they have a heart, lungs, and all the things you need to survive. Our pet dogs give us so much happiness, but then so much sadness when they die....
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The best way for cats to live alongside other animals is for the two animals to grow up together and interact with each other as of a very young. This way they’ll get used to each other quickly and consider each other as another family member....
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Hamsters are rodents and cats hunt/kill rodents. But whether these two small pets can ever live together in the same house depends on the safety measures taken by the owner. Cats don’t get along with hamsters....
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Most people out there are wondering how can cats and rats be friends. The general stereotype that goes around much emphasized by the classic cartoon Tom &Jerry is that these two little animals don’t have any bit of sympathy for one another, but the real answer lies somewhere in the gray area in between a clear yes and no....
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ANSWER: As evidence, indoor cats live longer than their outdoor counterparts. Cats who are kept indoors can reach the ripe old age of 17 or more years, whereas outdoor cats live an average of just two to five years....
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FIV stands for feline immunodeficiency virus. FIV typically causes a weakening of the cat’s immune system. It is the same class of virus as HIV (a lentivirus);however, only cats can get FIV.......
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FIV Transmission FIV is mainly passed from cat to cat through deep bite wounds, the kind that usually occur outdoors during aggressive fights and territorial disputes—a perfect reason to keep your cat inside....
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It is not contagious to humans or other animals. Once the veterinarian confirms that your cat has FIV, it is very important to provide the necessary care to ensure your pet's welfare. There is no cure for feline AIDS, but with certain guidelines, your cat can live a long and healthy life....
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