Monthly Archives: March 2016

Are Cats Dangerous for Children?

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Are Cats Dangerous for Children? Cats and children can be good companions if their parents enable them to play, grow and learn in a safe environment. However, many parents are concerned whether cats are dangerous for children, especially when it comes to health issues. According to feline experts, there are some health risks involved when animal and child spend a lot of time together, but regular vaccination can prevent unwanted outcome to appear. Namely, they advise us to vaccinate a […]

Cats and Spring

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Cats and Spring After the cold winter days and short periods of daylight, cats become more active and interested in events in their surroundings in the spring. Cats spent more than three months in a state almost like hibernation, when they mostly slept on a sofa completely unaware what is going on around them. Feline experts claim that cats in the wild are also inactive during winter, and show the highest level of activity during the spring and summer. According […]

Ragdoll Cats

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Ragdoll Cats Ragdoll cats are known for their affectionate nature and calm personality. The Ragdoll cats adore humans and follow them wherever they go. They are kind, calm and relaxed cats. Even though their calm nature places them among the quietest and the most docile cats, they are not lazy nor coach potatoes. These cats like playing with toys, other pets and children. They are active cats that like to gentle play without extending their claws. These soft, cuddly cats […]

Eye Infection in Cats

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Eye Infection in Cats Eye infection in cats is not a rare phenomenon. Namely, many cats can from time to time catch an eye infection, which appears from one of the four possible reasons. This condition can occur as a result of an allergic reaction, when cat’s eyes are irritated by the most common allergens such as grass, pollen, etc. Another set of reasons can be infections caused by fungi, virus or bacteria. This eye condition is better known as […]

Naturally Curly Cats – Selkirk Cats

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Naturally Curly Cats – Selkirk Cats This naturally curly cat breed appeared in 1987. Its ancestors are of different origin – they come from the British Shorthair, the Persians and the Exotic Shorthair. Because of that, Selkirk differs from other Rex cats – the Cornish or Devon Rex. Namely, their body is medium sized with strong bones and curly hair. They come in two basic varieties – short- and longhairs – that is not typical of other curly cat breeds. […]