Are you familiar with the expression: “Taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut”?
Essentially this means using over-the-top effort to achieve a simple end. A great example of this is declawing cats.
OK, so what we want … [Read more...]
Does your cat lick you? Being licked by your cat is a bitter-sweet experience. On the one paw, it’s nice to think the cat loves you, but on the other it’s uncomfortable. . . to say the least!
Indeed, there’s a deal of … [Read more...]
How does your timid cat feel about house guests?
Cats are creatures of habit; after all it takes dedication to squeeze all those cat naps into the day. Even a confident, sociable cat may be less than thrilled by the … [Read more...]
Before the Pawesome Cats entered this world, our previous felines enjoyed an indoor / outdoor life and one in particular – Polly, was known to roam the streets claiming an impressively large territory. Polly’s love of … [Read more...]
Cerebellar hypoplasia: Two long (and baffling) words. Let’s break them up into something understandable.
First, the cerebellum: The cerebellum is the part of the brain which coordinates movement. Think of keeping your … [Read more...]
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