Burmese Cat Personality

Burmese cat

The Burmese cat is friendly and relaxed. You will find that different authors have slightly different descriptions of the Burmese cat personality. Gloria Stevens a well-known cat breed expert says that the Burmese cat is a happy-go-lucky-taking-everything-in-stride cat! The Burmese are said to be a very sociable cat. Here are some further personality traits …

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Are Somali Cats Rare?

Somali cat

Somali Cats are not rare. However they are slightly more rare than the mainstream purebred cats. I have a page on how rare the cat breeds are and I rated this cat 6/10 where 10 is the most rare. That gives you an idea about this cat’s rarity. The important point to make about …

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Can You Shoot Feral Cats in the UK?

Feral cats of Nottingham, UK

This is a complicated area. It is hard to arrive at a clear-cut conclusion. The major reason for this is because it is difficult to describe with complete certainty a cat as a “feral cat”. An outside cat may be someone’s domestic cat. He may be a stray cat, betwixt-and-between domestic and feral. This …

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A Cat Picture Which Gave Me The Heebie-Jeebies

Cat trapped in the grille of a car in Ireland

This is a picture of a cat which not only caught my eye but which gave me the heebie-jeebies. It just looks so DANGEROUS! And it is dangerous. And the car was moving at the time. A policeman motorcyclist noticed this tabby cat’s head protruding from the grille of a moving car in Galway, …

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How much protein should be in cat food?

Protein in pet food label

A cat’s diet should contain 30 to 45% protein on a dry matter basis (DMB) and it should be of high biological value which means that it should be meat proteins as opposed to plant proteins. The phrase “biological value” means a measure of the proportion of absorbed protein from a food which becomes …

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