Cats become passionate, naughty pets and thrive when they take care of their diet, environment, health and well-being needs. Cats need to have space for activities and regular interaction with people and other animals (cats don't like to be alone for a long time during the day). They also need access to clean water, meat-based cat food and regular grooming, as well as private access to a trash tray, ideally every week.
Cat care tips and advice
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Look at the facts of our top ten cats!
No two cats are the same, but an in-depth understanding of the biology and behavior of cats can help you better understand your pet.
The cat's senses are developed. Cats can detect higher sound frequencies than dogs or people. They have an excellent sense of smell, superior to humans, and they are clearer than we are in dark and dim light!
The cat is a professional hunter. Cats hunt alone - in the wild, they spend 6-8 hours a day hunting. They can hear the high audibility of small rodents, and their beards or "shakers" are very sensitive to vibrations, helping them detect prey.
The cat is very agile. Cats have powerful, tightly controlled muscles and fast reflections that allow them to move quickly and gracefully. They are good at running, jumping, climbing and secretly tracking prey.
Cats use a variety of methods to communicate. The sounds of communication include snoring, snoring, vibrato, snoring, roaring, squeaking and snoring. They also communicate visually through different body postures as well as visual markers such as scratches or fecal deposits.
The cat is independent. For cats, survival is a lonely thing; they rely on food, shelter, beauty and territorial defense. They can socialize but prefer to choose their own companions.
Cats have territory. The cat's territory is a protected area that actively fights against other cats if needed. They use a range of methods to mark their territory, including scratching, spraying urine and excrement. Help your cat stay safe outside.
Cats eat meat. Meat is an important part of the cat's diet. Eating meat is important to cats; without the nutrients in animal-derived substances, they cannot survive.
Cats like to fight! Domestic cats sleep 12-18 hours a day! Sleep supplements energy resources, so sleep is crucial for predators, because once they find prey, predators need to be ready to hunt.
The cat is very naughty. Cats are smart and need mental and physical stimulation. The game is important because it improves athletic skills, provides brain training and encourages social behavior. Let your cat play with our range of fun toys.
Cats are clean animals. The small frosted hooks in the center of the cat's tongue help them comb themselves effectively. Combs keep the cat's coat in good condition and help remove fleas and other parasites. Read more about keeping cats at the top.