All about cats

What age cat to adopt

Cats are a great pet for first time cat owners. They are friendly and active, and easy to care for. They have a short lifespan, so can be great pets for children too.

What to look for in a cat:

Affectionate, affectionate and friendly. Friendly toward all people and other animals. Friendly toward children and other animals. Does not run away or hide when approached. Easily adapted to all types of surroundings. Eats and sleeps well. Doesn’t scratch furniture. Eats and drinks out of a regular bowl. Eats dry food (no canned food). Eats hay. Eats cat food. Flea and tick resistant. Good body condition. House trained. Does not spray. Does not scratch furniture. Does not attack other pets. No bad habits.

Where are cats common?

Cats are common in most developed countries. They are not native to most of the world, and there are very few wild cats in the world. They are found in every continent except Antarctica, and in many parts of the world are revered for their beauty and intelligence.

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