Hello and meow, today i asked myself a question, why did the egyptians worship cats? Well it was pretty simple:
Imagine living in a time and place where every home was full with tiny, dangerous beasts. Some threat lurked at every corner: asps (snakes) hiding in clay jars, rats spoiling massive amounts of stored grain, venomous scorpions creeping under cradles. In this time and place– Ancient Egypt– one creature existed that could make the world safe from these little monsters: the cat. The same creatures that now sleep on our pillows were life-saving companions to the people of ancient Egypt. It’s no wonder that generations of Egyptians were drawn to worship them. As egyptians truly domesticated their cats, making them valued family members rather than just animals that stalked and protected their owner’s homes, Bastet’s image became a lot softer– she became a goddess of family, fertility, and love. Egyptians began regarding their cats as loving, important members of their families, and treated them with as much respect and dignity as their own children. Followers of the cult of Bastet would mummify their cats and mourn them in the same way they mourned human family members– and in much the same way we cat-lovers mourn our own furry family members today.
Hello and meow,it’s blog time! Do you ever feel like your cat sleeps so much?Well here is the answer:
The first thing you should realize is that cats are most active between dusk and dawn, which means that they sleep mostly during the day and become active around twilight. This can come as quite a shock if you’re bringing a new kitty home for the first time. Your cat will waste no time investigating and getting into trouble — usually while you’re fast asleep! But as soon your cat is done with breakfast, as the rest of the world winds up for action, you’ll find him winding down for a long day of slumber.And hunting prey takes an amazing amount of energy. Whether your kitty is hunting for outdoor prey or tackling a catnip toy, all that sleep he gets is reserve energy for running, pouncing, climbing and stalking.Like people, cats either doze in a light sleep or sleep very deeply. When your cat dozes (which lasts about fifteen minutes to a half hour), he will position his body so that he can spring up and into action at a moment’s notice.Cats are crepuscular — which means that they are most active during the twilight hours of dawn and dusk. They tend to lay low in the darker night-time and day-time hours, when other predators may be hanging about. Some cats may be active at night as well, especially when they’re kittens. But, cats are also sociable and highly adaptable. This means that a cat is apt to adjust his sleeping habits so he can spend more time with his loved ones — meaning you. Cats will also adjust their sleep patterns to their feeding schedules, which is why an indoor cat sleeps more than a cat that roams outdoors.
Hello and meow, and happy new year ( which I should have said 2 days ago).
If you have a cat, then you know how scared they are of water or cucumbers…
Why are cats scared of cucumbers:
It’s their natural reaction to anything that sneaks up on them without making any noise. Cats tend to be scared or wary of the unknown, as it could represent the danger of a predator, and in the case of a cucumber, a snake.
Whyare cats scared of water:
This weighs down your cat. While the top layer of the fur is water-resistant to a degree, if the whole coat is drenched, your cat will be uncomfortable. Another reason is cats in colder climates don’t like to get completely wet because it causes them to lose warmth.
Why are cats scared of dogs:
Basically, everything in dog language that says “I like you! Want to play?” translates to “This is my place! Get out of here!” in cat. Dogs with high prey drives—especially terriers and hounds— tend to see cats as just another prey animal to catch, which doesn’t help interspecies relations. Cats are also very cautious by nature and having been chased or threatened once, don’t want to stick around thinking maybe this time it will be different.
Why are cats scared of bananas:
It has been suggested that some cats may dislike or attack bananas based on its shape as prey or potential attacker, but it may be they see it as a toy. If a cat has an adverse reaction and retreats from a banana, it is more likely that they are reacting to the smell of chemicals in the banana’s outer skin. Many cats also dislike citrus smells and will avoid citrus fruits. Bananas are not known to be toxic to felines.
Hello and meow, today I am going to show you some very strange and record-breaking cats…
1.The longest cat in the world
The longest domestic cat living measures 120 cm (3 ft 11.2 in) and was achieved by Barivel (Italy), in Vigevano, Pavia, Italy, as verified on 22 May 2018.
2.Wealthiest cat in the world
When Ben Rea (UK) died, he gave all of his fortune(7 million pound sterling) to his last of the surviving cats he owned,Blackie.Which made Blackie the wealthiest cat on the planet!
3.First piano ‘CATcerto’ for cat
“Catcerto” is a four-minute piano concerto for chamber orchestra and cat composed by Mindaugas Piecaitis (Lithuania). The piece – in which the orchestra accompanies a video recording of a cat pawing at notes on a piano – was debuted at the Klaipeda Concert Hall in Klaipeda, Lithuania, on 5 June 2009, with Nora the cat at the piano.
3.Longest fur on a cat
The longest fur on a cat is 25.68 cm (10.11 in) and belongs to Sophie Smith.It is surely fur-tastic!
Hello,and meow and today im going to show to you the five best known cats from the web:
This very grumpy cat was all over the internet in 2013. Sadly, she passed away on May 14, 2019 .
This cute little cat, you probably have seen her on the internet. Here is the reason why she has her tongue out:The cat has dwarfism, an underdeveloped jaw, and no teeth—that’s why her tongue sticks out!This cutie sadly also passed away on December 1, 2019
3.Hamilton the hipster cat
This Hipster was going viral on vine.And along with that ,he was born on July the 4th!
2.Waffles the cat
This cat is just such fun.That’s all I have to say.
1.Venus the two faced cat
Looks like a one in a million coinsidence,right?Well here you go.
Hello,and meow, today we are gonna find out why do these fur balls meowwww!
Your cat meows at you because she (he) is trying to tell you something (obviously). You see, adult cats don’t meow at other cats. Instead, they communicate through scent, body language, facial expression, and touch. The meow is human-directed communication. Cats have learned that they cannot communicate with us the way they do with other cats, which is why cats meow at humans to communicate.
When your cat wants food or attention then the meows will sound pleasing. But if your cat is angry or annoyed, then the meow sounds very unpleasant—it is meant to get our attention.