Raising cats
How to raise a cat? First of all, remember the most important thing: raising cats requires patience and sincere love. Upbringing must assume a constant - friendly, but persistent! -…

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Day of the exhibition: registration, examination, rings
The first trip to the exhibition is always fraught with some bustle, uncertainty and fear. An inexperienced owner is lost in a crowd of people, in the ranks of the…

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Cat in the house: how it affects the upbringing of the child?

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

Cat tricks
Communication with the cat: cat tricks Many cat owners, when communicating with their pet, notice that the animal does not always express its emotions and requests directly. Very often it…

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Shows domestic mongrel cats
Most of the cats living with a person under the same roof are courtyards of the Murka who do not have any documents and regalia. However, the stars of the…

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Cat training
When do you need to start training? Many believe that the training of cats is an absolutely impossible thing, because these animals simply do not give in to any exhortations.…

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Care for a pregnant cat
How long does pregnancy last in cats? Definitely, the question of how long a pregnancy lasts in cats cannot be answered. The term can fluctuate within 9 weeks, and for…

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