The Bengal cat is a breed domesticated from cat hybrids, including the Egyptian Mau and the Asian leopard cat. Their coat often has spots, rosettes, arrowhead markings, and marbling with a golden shimmer from their ancestors – leopard cats. The first time this breed was ever mentioned was in 1889 by Harrison Weir. However, Jean Mill of California bred the modern version of the Bengal cat. As of 2019, The International Cat Association has almost 2,000 Bengal breeders registered with them globally since they were accepted into the organization in 1983. [Read more…]
Can’t wait to see what the future holds? Cat care automated is a peek into the future. Discover the most exciting and newest automatic cat care products out there. [Read more…]
Have you ever noticed your cat “kneading” with its paws? It sort of looks like they are about to make biscuits with this prevalent cat behavior.
What is cat kneading?
You may notice your cat making this rhythmic motion called kneading. Usually, they do this on something soft such as their bed, a pillow, the coach, a blanket, or perhaps your lap? Cat kneading is not something every cat does, but the ones that do create a pushing motion with their paws. [Read more…]
Each year during June is considered “kitten season,” and most of these adorable kitties end up in animal shelters. The American Humane celebrates June as Adopt-A-Cat Month to encourage people to adopt kittens and cats in animal shelters. Unfortunately, millions of cats are living in shelters right now. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has considerably decreased the foot traffic, funding, and supplies that covers have made it even harder to find these vulnerable cats their forever homes.
2021 is the 46th year of the American Humane’s “Adopt-A-Cat Month,” and they help you find all the resources you need to add a kitten or cat to your family. It is a sad statistic, but the reality is 70% of cats that go into American shelters are never adopted and are euthanized – according to the ASPCA, that equals 860,000 cats per year. Adopting a cat is saving a life. [Read more…]