Month: April 2018

Library cats historically helped keep libraries rodent-free. By: Joyce Kaes A 9th-century Irish monk sits translating a religious text late into the night. His only companion is a white cat named Pangur Ban (“ban” means “white” in Old Irish, the root of Gaelic). At some point, the monk grows weary of his work and finds
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There’s nothing like the thrill of knowing that you’ll soon be bringing a new cat home. Whether you’re getting your cat from a shelter or a breeder, the excitement is the same. You’re looking forward to spending lots of quality time with your feline friend and want to get her off to the right start.
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Love cuddling with furry felines but curious about their naked counterparts? Prepare to have your appetite sated with this crash course on hairless cat breeds. A word of warning: by the end of this article you’re definitely going to want to add one of these cuties to your feline family! 1. Bambino A Bambino cat.
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Cats risk nutritional deficiencies — with devastating consequences — when they aren’t fed meat. By: Surprise People ask me on occasion to recommend a vegan or vegetarian diet for Mr. Dog or Mrs. Cat. My answer is simple: I don’t recommend them. You put your dog at risk for nutritional deficiencies without a meat-based diet. You
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Prepare to be charmed by the Chausie — a fearless feline with Jungle Cat looks and an unmatchable air of assertiveness! Not for the laid-back lap kitty lovers, these playful cats are a mix of both intelligence and athleticism. 1. How to pronounce “Chausie” How is the “Chausie” cat breed pronounced? Photography by Tetsu Yamazaki.
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With that iconic upraised paw, Japanese Maneki Neko figurines promise to bring people good fortune — as long as you can get one in the door. I decided to ask my cat, Stella, about bringing one of the cat statues home. Stella the Cat. Photography courtesy Michael Leverton. Stella, I’m thinking of getting a Maneki
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If your pet is easily stressed by loud noises and crowds, perhaps travel isn’t for them. By: Frances Ellen When you’re leaving home for a while, moving or just want to take a weekend vacation, there’s a good chance you’ll bring your pet. Keeping them home isn’t always feasible. If you’re making a long-term move,
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