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How Long Can A Cat Go Without Food and Water?

Water and food are two essential requirements without which cats can't survive. Cats need water to recoup the fluids lost through urination. The cats, usually, pee 3 to 4 times a day. Hence, they should drink 7 to 9 ounces of water every day.Just like humans, cats also need water to throw out the unwanted, harmful fluids from the body.Usually, these feline creatures don't drink water unless they are...
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Do Cats Eat Rats or Do Cats Just Kill Rats?

When we talk of cats, the first thing we think of is gentle, comfort animals. An animal who likes nothing other than purring endlessly and enjoy getting strokes and cuddles all the time. Many cat owners attest to the fact that being with their cats are their primary source of stress relief because of these felines’ natural calm disposition.However, it is also a known fact that cats are also...
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Is Catnip Bad For Cats?

If there is a cliche which says that “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” then for cats, it should very well be "Catnips are a cat's best friend." Indeed, cats go crazy about it.If you are a cat owner, then you might have seen how this herb can bring out strange but hilarious side of your cat’s personality.Cats react to catnips it in a variety of fashion. Rolling around,...
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Do Cats Eat Mice?

Cats have an incredible way of bringing affection. When cats glide our way, there is always that impulse to hold or stroke them. This rhythmic action of stroking them feels good.When a cat sits and curls up in your lap, or purrs herself to sleep, it becomes almost impossible to picture it as a fierce predator.However, once you try and introduce a mouse in the picture, the gentle cat...
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Can Cats Eat Popcorn?

Domestic cats are used to eating many kinds of homemade food, in addition to croquettes. But this does not mean that everything they eat is healthy as some things can make them sick. You might have seen your cat eating popcorns that fell to the floor while you´re watching a movie.Your cat can eat one or more popcorn, and you might not realize it, but there are some things...
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Can Cats Eat Eggs?

Well the question in itself is very peculiar in nature, I was amazed to know how important it was. Still, the question really does matter to a lot of the pet lovers who want to make sure their cats get the right kind of food. Since eggs aren’t the most popular food choice especially when it comes to pets, the question arises, can cats eat eggs? What Actually Is The...
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Can Cats Eat Grapes?

Snack time is no longer a relaxing break when you have a pet in the household, and no one knows this more than cat owners. Every time we take our eyes off of our snack for even one second, it seems like a cat paw appears as though out of thin air. We don’t mind sharing our food with our fluffy companions, but these sneak attacks can be potentially...
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Can Cats Eat Rice?

Rice is one of the staple foods for a vast majority of the world’s population. We use it in a variety of ways to create an even wider variety of dishes. Although very popular, rice has very little nutritional value.It contains carbohydrates and trace amounts of manganese, vitamin B and iron. Despite having low nutritional value, rice is still a favorite food of most people. But can the same...
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Can Cats Eat Chocolate?

Unlike your dog, your kitty is less likely to try and steal chocolate away from under your nose. Cats don’t have a sweet tooth as dogs do. They lack a taste receptor for "sweet" -- they literally cannot taste sweet substances. This makes cats and chocolate an unlikely combination. But, if ingested, chocolate can certainly be a risk around any feline, just as it is for dogs. Why Is Chocolate...
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