Cats have always inspired writers to write about them. They are mystifying, intriguing and most times quite adventurous. They have been used in many dark tales such as witch and warlock stories, but cats have a bigger tale to tell than flying witches, brooms and magic potions. Let me introduce you to one of the best short cat stories. A story called Thomas and the forbidden castle. Thomas is basically a scrawny alley cats who hustles the streets for food. Thomas grew tired of hustling in the streets and eating fish bones out of garbage cans while being hit with a boot. But things were about to change for the Alley cats when they were told of a magical castle for cats where cats lived like kings and had an everlasting supply of tuna. This sounded like a cat's Paradise to Thomas and he just had to find a way to get to Cat Paradise!
This cat short story takes Thomas and his pals on a fun and exciting adventure where they will have to think and defeat various obstacles to get the the castle they call cat paradise, where they can live like kings for the rest of their lives. Come join Thomas in this Cat Short Story filled with fun and excitement and laugh with or at Thomas as he makes his journey with his two pals to find Cat Paradise.
Your cat can be quite vocal. It doesn't mean that your cat has found a new talent and will likely become the greatest singing sensation the world has ever seen. Your cat meows constantly for various reasons. Cat owners take heed!
1. The Cat may be ill
2. The Cat is in heat
3. Hungry Cat
5. Seeks Attention
6. He Didn't Get Tweety Bird
Cats have claws. Claws have to scratch. Cat owners will notice that their precious feline will love to scratch stuff. It is in their DNA. Cats spread their scent by scratching their paws which means they are marking their territory.
It helps them to feel secure and to identify their enclave. Shedding claws is another reason for scratching. Scratching also helps them stretch their muscles. Cats simply cannot afford for their claws to grow out of proportion and begin to curl under their paw to cause discomfort for the cat. If you find yourself with a cat that begins to claw at stuff, you better isolate that animal from your precious mahogany furniture because once you feline gets a hold of those nicely varnished wood, they will begin to use it as a scratch post. To solve issues like your cat scratching furniture and upholstery. You must introduce your cat to a scratch post and train your cat to use that scratch post early out.
Train Cat To Use Scratch Post
Start Training at Early Age
In any kind of animal training, it is always good t train that animal starting at a tender age. So if you have kittens, start introducing them to post to scratch so it will become instinct when they get older. If you already have an adult cat you can still train that cat to use a scratch post, but you will have to exercise a lot of patience there.
Find a scratching post that your cat will love
Sometimes, it is all about finding the right kind of scratching post that will appeal to your cat. You can find the right post for your cat usually through trial and error. You may need to experiment and see which one works. For example, some would prefer a vertical post as opposed to a horizontal surface. The important thing is to be able to find the right one that will appeal to your cat's preferences.
Determine the best place to put your scratching post
Other times, it is not the quality of the scratching post that is important but the location. You should keep in mind that you should place your post where it will be accessible to your cat.
Cats usually do their scratching before they take a nap. The ideal place to put your scratching post is where your cat usually naps. If you have the capacity, it is also great to put several posts in different parts of the house. Place it on your pet's usual spots, and it will surely get to maximize its use.
Now, if you happen to have a piece of furniture that your cat is very much attached to, then you can try placing a scratching post near it. This is an excellent way to divert its attention and focus the scratching on the post and not on your furniture.
Use Rewards and Affirmations
As with all great training, you can use rewards and affirmations to your pet. This simply means that whenever your pet uses the scratch post, it will get a reward. On the other hand, if they still play with your beloved furniture, then you need to be firm and let your pet know that is wrong.
To further entice your cat to use the scratching post, you can put catnip on and around the post or hang a toy for them to be able to play with. Eventually, they will get the hang of it and start using the post regularly.
Do not tolerate
If your cat is persistent, then it is time to use your voice to let your pet know its actions are incorrect. When you hear your cat scratching the furniture, say stop in a loud voice. Your pet will be startled and over time will understand that what it is doing is inappropriate. You may also spritz some water on your cat whenever it starts scratching the future. These are just some ways to dissuade your pet.
Now, if the tips mentioned above do not work at all, then you can go a different route. One thing that you could do is to make your furniture unappealing to your pet. You can do this by covering your cat's favorite furniture with foil or tape. Cats do not like these textures and can dissuade them from further scratching. It may seem like a hideous look for your furniture, but it is only temporary. You can remove them when your cat already loses its interest.
When all else fail, you can try changing your furniture. Consider furniture that is made from microfiber. It can tolerate scratching, but at the same time, there are also different designs available that will suit your home.
Cats are adorable and fun-loving. Just remember that cat scratching is a natural phenomenon. It may seem horrible, but if you train them early, then you will be able to surpass this ordeal. As mentioned before, cats scratch as their way of marking territory and shedding claws. It is easier to train cats when you understand the reason behind their behavior.
Raw cat food is healthy for your cats and it absolutely doesn't need a genius to figure that out. But being the genius that I am, I am going to explain why raw cat food is an healthy bet for you feline pal.
Cats eat raw meat naturally.
Yes, your lovable cat that wraps her little paw around your hands and giving those tender meows is a savage hunter. Your feline friend comes from a strong line of predators and as such maintain that predatory instinct deep within them. I am certainly sure if you place your cat out in an environment where it will have to fend for itself it would not be looking at wheat, corn or carrots.
Raw Cat Food is Better For Health an Digestion
Your cat's body was made for digesting flesh and bones. It was not built like an omnivore like us humans. Their digestive system is designed to break down this raw meat easily and absorb all necessary nutriments from them. Making your cat much more healthier than simply feeding the animal dry food or some unhealthy chemical processed food.
What Should Be In Your Cat's Diet?
Cast are obligate carnivores, which means they hunt, kill and consume all their prey. The cats diet should have.
Here's an example of a raw cat food meal preparation:
Raw Cat Food Recipe 1
Raw Cat Food Recipe 2
Not many people are experts at making things with their hands, so basically they may have to resort to shopping online for raw cat food. Well let me make it simple for you by providing you with a link below which will take you to the best set of raw cat food you need to buy to make your cat healthy and happy again.
Well the answer to that is YES. Mice can smell cats and other predators which will make a happy meal out of them. Cats and even rats will produce a chemical signal which is very picked up by mice high sense of smell. This chemical signal will terrify the mice and warn them of the danger of venturing anywhere near the cats scent. Mice will detect specific proteins found in cat’s saliva they will react fearfully. The special protein in the cat’s saliva is called Mups, will act on cells in special organ in the mouse called vomeronasal organ. This reaction simply triggers intimidation and fear in the mice.
Will the Smell of Cats Deter Mice?
Wishful thinking. Yes, mice do fear the smell of anything which can have them over for dinner. (literally) But the smell of cats is not enough to keep mice out of your home, especially if they were there first and have built a nice and cosy home, eating out the cereal and making comfy in your favorite shirt in the drawers. Mouse will only be more aware of the cat and will try its utmost best to avoid the predator. So you see, the smell of cats is just not enough to deter mice. Mice knowing that a cat lives in house will even risk stealing cat food out the cat’s bowl. But this is often done when the cat may have fallen asleep or has gone to curdle up in his owners lap for a nap.
Mice Smell Cats
Not all Cats Will Catch Mouse.
Not many cat owners know that they may have a cat which is just simply not interested in catching or tasting mouse. House bred cats are not natural hunters and have never been exposed to any form of wildlife or hunting. They are simply pampered and petted (literally) Many will see mice and ignore them or simply share a few grains of cat food. Barn yard cats are more in tuned with their hunting side and will most likely hunt and catch any mice in the yard. There is also a surprising trend where some cats of grown to be so domesticated that they themselves have grown to fear mice.
My conclusion is. Mice can smell cats and even fear the smell of the feline. But that doesn’t mean the mice will pack his/her belongings and move out anytime soon. You will have to put in other measures alongside a good mice catching cat to rid yourself of mice.
Cats have supernatural powers, well that is my belief anyway. I believe this because cats have been the favored animals of people who deal in magic and mystery. These people include, witches, Warlocks and even the ancient Egyptians used cats as many markers and even worshiped the cat God. They could have chosen an animal which many of us think would be much greater than the cat, such as a bear, wolf Whale etc. But the cat is the favored animal when it comes on to magic and mystery. Many cultures have embraced the magic of cats. The Chinese cat god called Li Shou appears in the Chinese Book of Rites.
This cat was worshiped by farmers because it was believed that this cat protected the crops from being eaten by rats and mice. There is a story of Greek mythology where the goddess Hecate assumed the form of a cat in order to escape the monster Typhon. She then expressed her gratitude towards all cats by giving them very special treatment.
But what is it about cats which draw so much energy to them, what is it that people who deal in magic see in them that the common human being is unable to? Well, maybe it is because cats do possess natural powers which many cat owners are not even aware of. Let’s take a look at some of these cat powers.
1. Cats are Natural Healers.
The power of healing is simpler than what mainstream medicine has taught many. Did you know that Sound and Vibration frequencies has been used in healing for thousands of years? Many scientific research has now shown that these frequencies are quite effective in the healing of mind and of body. The human body is quite a complex mechanism and was made to naturally heal itself. But we have plagued our bodies with toxins and other dangerous chemicals such as fluoride which kills our natural healing ability.
The human body produces natural anti-inflammatory compounds when it is the subject of these healing sounds and vibrations. These frequencies have been known to be quite effective in reducing pain in many areas of the body. This includes ligaments, joint pains, muscle restoration etc. The domesticated cat uses the power of the purr to emit these high frequencies which are absorbed by the body to trigger its natural healing process.
When cats purr, they produce a high frequency relaxing sound at 20-140hertz. The purrs are produced when the feline signaling the laryngeal and diaphragmatic muscles. Cat owners many times are unaware that they are being treated right there in their very homes by the sounds of their feline pals. Healing and relaxing through the cat’s harmonic purrs.
2. Cats Can See and Sense unseen Entities
Many cat owners have seen their feline pal simply staring at nothing, purring and even sometime hissing at what we humans believe is thin air. But the truth is that cats are able to walk in both dimensions that is the world of the human and that of spirits and magic. Your cat can sense and pick up other entities which you are unable to see simply because you are not vibrating at the frequency in which these entities or your cat can vibrate at. So these entities are unseen to you. But since your frequency is lower than that of these entities. They are capable of seeing you and many able to manipulate our 3D world. Your cat can easily spot these beings and will react accordingly depending on the type of being the cat sees. Cats are capable of recognizing evil just as recognizing good. If you see your cat hissing and clawing at the thin air, chances are it may be defending you against an evil spirit.
3. Your Cat May be Human
Some users of the great book of magic have cast transformation spells which allows them to move from human to animal and vice versa. There were some mishaps back in the good old days of magic and some spell casters made error ad transform themselves into cats but were unable to reverse the transformation. They have become stuck in the body of cats forever.
Cats are sometimes given past souls to help keep the company of loved ones. Many people have cat as companions. These cats are the only comfort in their lives as close loved ones have passed and their souls seemingly moved on. But chances are that if you own a cat and your loved one has passed, that soul may have entered into the body of that cat to keep your company until it is your time to see the pearly gates. It is believed that only two animals are capable of hosting a human soul, dogs and cats.
4. Cats are Probably Alien Species
No other animal have been used or adapted in the occult world like the domesticated cat. Its powers are astounding, yet it is such a secretive animal. Could it be that cats are not of Earth but are extraterrestrial animals brought to planet earth from another district on this plane? It all adds up, they are used by ancient Egyptians, who were all from other districts on Earth. Cats can vibrate higher than us humans, they are capable of natural healing. If these don’t sound like extraterrestrial powers, I don’t know what is.
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