Statistics show that in every second apartment there are pets, and these data do not include the private sector, where there are even more such animals. Many people just need a pet who would meet after work and sincerely rejoiced at the return of the owner. This issue becomes even more topical when a child grows up in a family.
How does the cat affect the development of the baby?
1. A pet helps to raise a child in charge and now it’s not about walking or feeding a pet, the first one doesn’t matter to cats. An animal is not a toy, and for trying to hit, pinch, and pull by the tail, the cat will bite and scratch. By contacting the animal, the baby will learn to recognize the consequences of their actions; Continue reading
There is an opinion that European cats originate from Egyptian cats, which, in due time, were brought by Roman legionaries first to Italy, and from there the cats spread throughout the empire.
In the 10th century, domestic cats were distributed throughout most of Europe and Asia, and were, like their ancestors, shorthair. Subsequently, when cats with long hair began to be taken out of eastern countries, animals with long hair began to appear among short-haired cats. Continue reading
The Abyssinian cat is remarkably similar to the images of cats that can be seen in ancient Egyptian frescoes. Therefore, many breeders like the legend that these cats are descendants of the sacred temple animals. However, in fact, the Abyssinian breed appeared relatively recently, at the end of the nineteenth century. Ancestor of the breed is a cat brought to England from Ethiopia, which at that time was called Abyssinia. Continue reading