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What is a domestic cat

A domestic cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tiger cat?

A tiger cat is a member of the Felis tigris species.

What is a Sphynx?

A Sphynx is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tailless cat?

A tailless cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a wild cat?

A wild cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tessellated cat?

A tessellated cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a wildcat?

A wildcat is a member of the Felis silvestris species.

What is a Somali Cat?

A Somali Cat is a member of the Felis silvestris species.

What is a domestic cat?

What is a Siamese cat?

A Siamese cat is a member of the Felis siamensis species.

What is a tabby cat?

A tabby cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tuxedo cat?

A tuxedo cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tuxedo?

A tuxedo is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tabbie?

A tabbie is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a torbie?

A torbie is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tabby?

A tabby is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tux?

A tux is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tabby stripe?

A tabby stripe is a member of the Felis catus species.

What is a tortoiseshell cat?

A tortoiseshell cat is a member of the Felis catus species.

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There are so many types of small cats that just saying ‘small’ doesn’t really tell us enough. Especially when it comes to the fascinating question of the world’s smallest cat breeds. Complicating it all is the controversy over dwarf cats, and the general ethics of breeding them. In this article we’ll look at the information available, to help you make an informed decision about your next pet. Read more

Tails consist of a long column of tiny bones called vertebrae. The way the bones are connected and the structure of the muscles that wrap around the bony column are what gives the tail its ability to bend and curve. A cat has around twenty vertebrae inside his furry tail. These can be up to twelve inches long in total. Read more

The final subfamily, Felinae, comprises the majority of cats, including the domestic, and appeared about 1 million years ago. Each cat has two names: the first for the genus and the second its own. For example, in the name Felis Catus, Felis is for the group genus and Catus is the individual’s name, meaning... Read more

Perhaps the most commonly heard cat sound, the meow of an adult cat is almost exclusively used to communicate with humans, and not other cats. First uttered by kittens when in need of their mothers, this juvenile vocalization fades away as wild cats mature. But, as cats in domesticity tend to think of themselves as our eternal offspring, they maintain this endearing vocalization throughout their adult Read more

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