If you love your cat, you probably also love that purr that almost all cats make. For them, it is a form of communication. However, can you interpret their intent? What does cat purring mean? Even though it is a cat’s most common sound, we know less about it than we do about all the … Read more What Does Cat Purring Mean?
My cat has some sort of allergy and I can’t figure out what it is. Consequently, I’m researching cat allergies to see if I can learn remedies that might help my cat. Perhaps I can find out what is bothering Kitty. Then I’ll pass this information on to you, in case your are trying to … Read more Do You Know Remedies For Cat Allergies?
Greetings, readers! It’s time for another book summary by the literate cat, Lucinda. This time I will discuss just one story in a book of cat tales. In fact, the book is called “Cat Tales, Classic Stories From Favorite Writers.” The book contains an introduction and ten stories by different writers. The one I shall … Read more New Book Summary By The Literate Cat
A reason mother cats (called queens) have lots of kittens dates back to their days in the wild. In those early times, predators, diseases, parasites, accidents and birth defects created a 20% mortality rate among kittens. If you are vigilant, you might be able to avoid some common kitten health problems. To protect your kitten, … Read more Here Are Common Kitten Health Problems
Are you familiar with the curly-coated Cornish and Devon Rex cats? These cats come from two distinct rex cat breeds even though they look quite similar. The cats have been appearing in cat shows in Europe since the 1950s. Soon after they also appeared in shows in North America. They both developed from a mutation. … Read more Learn Here About Rex Cat Breeds
Hello, it’s Lucinda the literate cat with some big news. We are moving forward with this website by changing its name. From now on both the domain name and the website name will be “The Literate Cat.” My CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) has changed the domain name in my honor! Now everything is named after … Read more We Are Moving Forward
Do you know about cats and overgrooming? I certainly do. When I picked up my 15-year-old cat, Pogo, at the shelter nine months ago, he had a number of health issues, one being very obvious. What Is Overgrooming? He had pulled all the fur off his stomach and in lines down his legs. He had … Read more Cats And Overgrooming
Black cats are a tradition in my family. Though I have shared my household with a variety of cats of different colors, most often I’ve had a black cat. I became curious — What is the symbolism of a black cat? Black cats are not a specific breed. Rather, they have genetically produced black fur … Read more What Is The Symbolism Of A Black Cat?
TRANSCRIPT OF VIDEO TEXT If you’d like to read along while you watch this little video, feel free to do so. That way you won’t miss a single word. Hi, there! It’s your cantankerous cat lady, Fran. For my other website, https://build2winaffiliates.com, I am learning to make screencast videos. I decided to practice by … Read more I’ve Had A Life Filled With Cats
Since I love cats, I answer a lot of questions for Quora about our feline friends. Recently, I answered a query from a woman who could not understand why her daughter was still grieving over a cat who died recently. “After all, it’s just a cat,” she concluded. Her attitude continues to bother me, because … Read more I Love Cats — Can You Tell?