Strange facts about cats

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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    A small, but very nice collection of some strange cat fact you might or might not have heard abut before :) This goes to all our dual members who apart from owning a dog, they also own a cat ;D

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    Twink certainly responded to me better than to the guys in the house, but I thought it had everything to do with me feeding him the most. Not really. I knew he loved me like I did him. The sleeping thing must be true. Great read as usual.
     
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    Well, my in laws' cat seems to respond better to my MIL than to my FIL and both feed them ;) But I think this is just a generalization, every cat is different. I recently read women prefer cats more than men, so I think the feeling might be mutual for most of them ;)
     
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    Interesting facts, @Trellum Although we never have cats, I always thought that cats would prefer females over males. However, I am surprised to know that cats can have kittens every 4 months! That is a lot of kittens in just one year time.
     
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    @IcyBC You know what is funny? It seems the feeling is mutual! Because women seem to have a preference for cats, while men seem to have a stronger preference for dog according to a study I read a while ago. It's funny! And yeah, kittens every 4 months sounds like too many kittens :( No wonder we have a stray cat problem where I live!
     
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