Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About Kittens

There are certain facts about kittens that will shock you in today’s top 10 list. Everyone loves kittens, but does everyone know about their quirks and special traits. In this video we count down the top 10 things you don’t about kittens. Kittens have a unique journey to adulthood so stick around and find out!

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10. Natural Instinct – 0:09
Kittens are born with the natural instinct to chase catch and eat other animals. Humans on the other hand are taught to eat animals and have no desire to as a child. If you put a baby rabbit and an apple beside a human baby, the child will eat the apple(or try to) and pet the rabbit but if you replace the human baby with a kitten the exact opposite will happen.

9. Eye Color – 0:31
All kittens are born with blue eyes, their eyes will change color to their permanent color when they are around 6 – 7 weeks old. Kittens eye color is genetically related to the color of their coat. So if you think the brown kitten will probably have brown eyes or the white kitten will have blue eyes they you are probably right!

8. Purring – 0:50
Kittens start to purr between 2 days and one-week old. The mother cat purrs as soon as kittens are born as a way for them to find their way to her. Scientists still don’t know exactly how cats purr, but it is known that purring evokes a feeling of being content and happy like a human smiling. A cat in pain cat do a different lower tone purr to signal something is wrong. As a kitten gets older it’ll purr in two to three resonant notes.

7. Pulse – 1:13
A kitten’s pulse is 240 beats per minute but slows down to 160 beats per minute as they get older.

6. Fluffy Fur – 1:23
Kittens fur is more fluffy when they are young. As kittens grow up their fur will become more matte, this is even the case for “fluffy” cats. They will be just less “fully”.

5. Feral or Not? – 1:33
Kittens will most likely be feral if not around humans by 8 weeks old. A kitten’s personality and comfort is highly dependent on their surroundings of the first 8 weeks of life, feral cats can learn to trust humans but usually it is only a select 1 or 2 humans and not all humans.

4. Kneading – 1:51
Kittens knead their mother cat to stimulate milk production. Adult cats tend to do this usually on very soft surfaces as well, although it is not completely understood why, it is believed this is just to invoke the feeling of security that the cat once had as a kitten with his or her mother.

3. Born Blind – 2:07
Kittens are born blind with their eyes shut. They use just their sense of smell along with the vibration of the purring mother to find a nipple to drink from. Only at 1 – 2 weeks old do a kitten’s eyes open for the first time. The eyes open over 2-3 days starting with the inner corner working outwards.

2. Personality – 2:25
Many of a kitten’s traits and personality quirks they’ll have as an adult are very present even right as they are born. Often kittens that are especially winy and loud right at birth are so as an adult.

1. Training – 2:37
The best time to train a kitten is between 4 – 8 weeks old. This time in a kitten’s life is when they develop the bulk of their learned traits and personality. Kittens are born with a general list of things they like and do such as having loud voice, being adventurous or scaredy cat, always climbing things, biting etc but you can actually train a cat to fit your life just as you want if you do so when they are very young. Whether you want your kitten to sleep on the bed as an adult, play hide and seek, train tricks, train not to bite cords and cables or climb on the counter top this is all best trained at 4-8 weeks when they are most impressionable, afterwards most cats become stubborn to their ways and wish to learn nothing more.

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15 THINGS I WISH I KNEW BEFORE GETTING A CAT/KITTEN

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25 BIZARRE Cat Facts You Need To Know

If you’re a cat person, there are some bizarre cat facts you need to know. Even if you’re not a cat person these cat facts might affect you as well. Are you ready to see cats in a light you’ve never seen them before? These are 25 bizarre cat facts you need to know.

Do you have a cat as a pet? Maybe your neighborhood has cats that roam the streets. If you do, you might want to know the awesome cat facts found on today’s list. Cats are truly remarkable creatures. Check out these crazy cat facts (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below which cat fact you think is the most bizarre:

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Did you know that when a cat purrs, it might be trying to heal itself? Did you also know that cats can hydrate themselves off salt water? Probably the saddest one on this list is the fact that cats are considered invasive species. If you like cats, you absolutely have to check out today’s list. These are 25 bizarre cat facts you need to know.

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How to Litter Train Baby Kittens

Kittens may naturally understand the box, but there are many things you can do to ensure that their litter training experience is safe and smooth.

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10 Most Dangerous Cat Breeds That Are Still Awww

Cats are one of the most popular pets in the world. And they can be just as playful, cuddly, and friendly as their canine counterparts! Are you a cat person? Are you considering getting one? Well, you probably should leave the following 10 dangerous cat breeds off your list of potential candidates.

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Pallas’s cat 0:58
The Savannah 2:14
The Chausie 3:40
The Jungle cat 443
The Abyssinian 5:43
The British Shorthair 6:52
The Maine Coon 7:51
The Mekong Bobtail 8:48
The Siamese 9:43
The Bobcat 10:55

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SUMMARY:
– The distinct trait of Pallas’s cat is its un-cat-like round eyes and pupils. The important question is: can you tame this kitty? The short answer is: no.
– The Savannah is a crossbreed between the African Serval and your common domestic house cat. It has a long neck, body, and legs with dark-brown to black spots all over its coat.
– Also known as the “Nile cat,” this breed is a cross between an Abyssinian domestic cat and a Jungle cat. Its wild ancestor, the Jungle cat, is the very one that the ancient Egyptians worshipped!
– The Jungle cat’s scientific name is Felis chaus, but it also goes by the “Swamp Lynx,” Swamp Cat,” or “Reed Cat.” While the name would have you think otherwise, this cat does not live in the jungle but rather in wetlands with dense vegetation.
– The Aby is one of the oldest domesticated cat breeds. Believed to originate from Abyssinia, which is modern-day Ethiopia, most experts nowadays site Egypt as the breed’s place of origin.
– If you’re familiar with the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland or Puss in Boots in Shrek, then you’ve definitely met some of the on-screen representations of the British Shorthair. This breed can weigh up to 20 pounds and lives up to about 20 years.
– The Maine Coon is a large breed that can weigh up to 20 pounds or more. It also received celebrity status as “Mrs. Norris” in the Harry Potter movies.
– The Mekong Bobtail can weigh up to 10 pounds and has a lifespan of up to 18 years. And, of course, we can’t forget to mention this breed’s most unique feature: its tiny little bobbed tail!
– The Siamese is the most talkative and opinionated cat out there! It demands to be entertained and showered with attention 24/7. It can be pretty cautious around strangers and outright naughty when left alone at home!
– Known as Lnyx rufus in the scientific community, the Bobcat is a nocturnal animal with a natural habitat in the wild. Yet some people are brave (or silly) enough to make them pets.

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If Your Cat Acts Strangely, Don’t Worry. Here’s the Explanation!

“Cats live for themselves,” – Rudyard Kipling claimed. They aren’t inclined to become attached to others. Unlike dogs, which wag their tails and run up to you for a hug, cats are much more reserved. Their owners can only guess what their furry companions are feeling.
It’s time to decode all the hidden signals cats give out. If you think your pet acts strangely, don’t worry! Perhaps they just show you their love! So cross your fingers and watch the video until the end. There you will find a useful bonus – how to understand your cat’s emotions by its tail! Here we go: your cat truly loves you if…

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If a cat purrs so much, you can’t sleep 0:49
If a cat follows you everywhere 1:26
If a cat nibbles your skin 1:51
If a cat sticks close to you and winds herself around your legs 2:19
If a cat bends the tip of her tail when she looks at you 2:44
If a cat has a staring contest with you 3:11
If a cat isn’t afraid to show his belly 3:46
If a cat brings you gifts 4:16
If a cat comes up close and face-to-face with you 4:45
If a cat gives you a massage 5:17
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SUMMARY
– Purring is the way a cat expresses love! According to scientists, purring can also be a sign of worry or discomfort, but if your cat is purring by your side, you can be sure that they are expressing their attachment to you!
– If your cat is following you at your heels, it means she likes your company.
– If provoked when you play with him, the cat might start to chew lightly on the “opponent’s” hand. But this is just playful fighting.
– Cats are known for being possessive and jealous, but this is also how they demonstrate tenderness and attention.
– When your cat extends her tail straight up and bends only the tip, this is a sign of curiosity and friendly attitude towards you. Another explanation is that the cat feels particularly playful and wants to have some fun with you.
– Cats are a little like many men: if they can’t take their eyes off of you, it means they love you!
– Cats do this when they feel comfortable, content and happy. It may be as well an invitation to rub their tummy – a great gift to you in any cat’s opinion.
– Some people wake up to the variety of cat toys spread around on their bed. Others find “gifts” from cats, such as paper balls or sweets covers, in their boots. A few lucky ones get once-alive presents: mice, insects or baby-snakes.
– If your cat nestles his head against you, juts his forehead into your forehead, neck or leg, it’s a good sign! He is just showing that he considers you someone close to him.
– So why does your cat knead you? There might be two reasons: she is trying to find the most comfortable place to fall asleep or at least to arrange it. Or she is trying to tell you how happy she is to be with you and in this case the kneading is a sign of affection.
Tail straight up: your cat feels friendly, happy and content.
– Tail raised back at an angle: your cat feels unsure but not aggressive.
– Tail straight up, quivering: it is an excellent sign – your cat is happy to see you.
– Thrashing tail: it can mean several strong emotions, from strong interest and ecstasy from being petted to anger and aggression. You need to watch other body signs.
– Bristled tail: your cat is scared, sees some threat and is in defensively aggressive posture.
– Tail entwined around another cat, object or your hand; it’s an analogy of people’s hug – cats show their friendship this way!

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