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What are fluffy cats called

Fluffy kittens? Fluffy kittens get stuffy ears! Fluffy kittens don't get stuffy ears! Fluffy kittens get stuffy ears!

2. Chicks

Pigeons: Chicks get chicks.

Chicks: Chicks get chicks.

3. Peacocks

Pigeons: Peacocks spread their feathers.

Chicks: Peacocks spread their feathers.

4. Crows

Pigeons: Crows have black feathers.

Chicks: Crows have black feathers.

5. Cows

Pigeons: Cows have udders.

Chicks: Cows have udders.

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Cats have always been linked to witchcraft and evil spirits which probably explains how this superstition originated. If a cat cries at night some still think it means the end is nigh for someone nearby. How do you know if a cat likes you? If your kitty first stares at you, then blinks, then opens his eyes wide, then slowly blinks a second time, he’s telling you he loves and... Read more

What does it look like when a cat is spraying? Cat spray will be on a vertical surface (as cats usually spray when they are backing up against something or lifting a leg). Cat spray will have a strong smell to it, but there won’t be nearly as much of it as if your cat had actually urinated (because cats use a spray to release chemicals (pheromones) to send messages to... Read more

Naming a new kitten isn't always easy. Classic names always work, but many owners want something more unique for their baby cat. Names like Netta or... Read more

Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) levels that are considered normal differ by age and status of pregnancy. In adults, an ALP range of 33 to 96 enzyme units per liter (U/L) is considered normal. For children, this range is under 350 U/L. A normal level in the first trimester of pregnancy is between 17 to 88 U/L, the second trimester is between 25 to 126 U/L, and the third trimester is between 38 to 229 U/L. Read more

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