Good day, wonderful two-legged readers. This is Lucinda the literate cat, with a new blog for you. On this one, I will write part of it and my CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) will add some comments as well. We will collaborate on this blog. I had to use that word, as I just learned it. … Read more News From A Literate Cat
The Cymric cat breed is a relative of the Manx. This cat is a long-haired, tailless cat. (Pronounce the name with both c’s hard.) The cat is fairly rare, and the breed is recognized only in North America. This small acceptance is narrowed even more, because in Canada, only the Canadian Cat Association accepts it, … Read more Have You Heard Of The Cymric Cat Breed?
I have been wanting to write something about a way to help rid cats of fleas, but as they are somewhat rare in Alaska, I’ve had no practical experience. Then, a friend and business associate of mine sent me a message about her solution to the problem. Read about it in this Seresto flea collar … Read more Flea Problem? Check This Seresto Flea Collar Review
Today, there are bobcats in the news. Read this post to learn some basic bobcat facts, as well as to learn about some newsworthy bobcats. They are quite common in many parts of the United States; sometimes their life journey overlaps with ours. Common Name: Bobcat Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrate) Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora … Read more Bobcats In The News
It is possible that my cat has diabetes. The vet told me it’s a possibility because his blood sugar was elevated on both trips I’ve made with him to the vet in the last year. I thought the high blood sugar was more likely to be stress-related, as he is a very timid cat, afraid … Read more What Are The Symptoms Of Feline Diabetes?
Yes, there are some unique cats in the world, and some of them break world records. This post and the included videos will give you a close-up view of a couple of these astounding creatures. There are all kinds of cat record-holders. For example the Guinness Book of World Records tells us that the longest … Read more Unique Cats Break World Records
Happy Independence Day, everyone! If you have a cat, you can invite him to join in the celebration. After all, cats and independence go together quite well. Terry Pratchett, author, is quoted as saying: “In ancient times cats were worshiped as gods; they have not forgotten this.” Of course, cats remember their glorious past. They … Read more Cats And Independence: Happy July 4th
Hello, two-leggeds. It’s Lucinda, your literate cat. Today I will attempt to describe a day that becomes a cat’s catastrophe. These days happen now and then, and we deal with them as best we can. As you must know, we cats are extremely territorial. Also, we like our routine to stay the same every day. … Read more Lucinda Defines A Cat’s Catastrophe
Physical characteristics of any cat are determined by its genetic makeup. Biologists might talk about cat genotypes. These include such things as body shape, length and curliness of the coat, the color of the coat, whether male or female, etc. The Make-up Of The Gene Pool When an egg is fertilized by a sperm during … Read more Genes, Heredity, And Cat Genotypes
Good day from Lucinda the literate cat. My CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) asked me this question: “Why do you cats always try to fit in the smallest container possible? Tell me, why do cats love sitting in boxes?” The question surprised me, because it is something I haven’t thought about. I do admit that I … Read more Why Do Cats Love Sitting In Boxes?