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Domestic ferret and cat
Cats and ferrets have a lot in common. They are ideal for home maintenance: they are compact, do not require long walks, are very affectionate, active and just love to play.
For many owners, such a duet becomes a real salvation: hyperactive pets themselves entertain each other, which is very useful after a long day’s work. But there is another side. Both ferrets and cats are predators by nature, and not just predators, but competitors. In the wild, they lead a similar lifestyle, prey on birds and rodents. And also those and others have a difficult character, are demanding and, as a rule, do not give offense.
The cohabitation of ferrets and cats under one roof develops according to two opposite scenarios: they either become best friends or ignore each other, entering into conflict in the slightest case. Continue reading
The rules for feeding cats living indoors are based on an understanding of their physiological and behavioral characteristics. What features are typical for domestic cats and what kind of care do they need?
What are the needs of cats living at home?
Such a cat is limited in movement and spends most of its time sleeping and eating. Her inactive lifestyle is reflected in many physiological processes in the body. Low activity can lead to disruption of the gastrointestinal tract, deterioration in stool quality and the appearance of a sharp, unpleasant odor from the tray.
In addition, domestic cats are more prone to overweight and obesity. Therefore, the caloric content of the diet of such a pet should be reduced, and its composition should include a prebiotic that contributes to the normal functioning of the intestine. Continue reading
The Egyptian cat (Egyptian Mau) belongs to the group of medium-sized short-haired cat breeds. A distinctive feature of this cat is spotty color and a peculiar pattern on the head.
The homeland of Mau is Egypt. Ancient Egyptian civilization revered cats as sacred animals and reckoned them to the gods of the moon, giving all sorts of honors. The ancestors of the Egyptian Mau were the ancient Egyptian cats, whose appearance has not changed for millennia. The first images of Egyptian cats were made more than 3,000 years ago.
Despite the fact that the country of origin of these cats is Egypt, the preservation of the breed, the breeding of purebred animals and the formation of the breed took place in Europe and began about 100 years ago. Continue reading