Articles about Cats

Prevent infestation with Cats

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Cats were predominantly domesticated in order to control pests such as mice, rats, birds and snakes. Only relatively recently have they been bred solely for their beauty. Now, cats are amongst the most common companion animals; however, they have evolved into efficient predators for birds or rodents around the house.

Information about Cats

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The house cat, or domestic cat, is part of the mammal carnivore order, Felidae family. It is associated with people for over 9500 years and is best known as a domestic animal by everyone. It is very close associated to the wild European cat (Felis silvestris silvestris), as well as the African wild cat (Felis silvestris libyca), forming together a unique species: Felis silvestris.

How to get rid of Cats

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Cats are not really that dangerous. They can’t invade a home as bed bugs do, or affect crops like some birds do. However, there are instances when cats are not welcomed around the house. Should you be a cat owner, getting rid of your cat will not be an issue. But if you are dealing with stray cats or feral ones, even for a cat owner, they can be a nuisance.

The house cat, or domestic cat, is part of the mammal carnivore order, Felidae family. It is associated with people for over 9500 years and is best known as a domestic animal by everyone. It is very close associated to the wild European cat (Felis silvestris silvestris), as well as the African wild cat (Felis silvestris libyca), forming together a unique species: Felis silvestris. There are many breeds of cats, however they are very similar in anatomy, with a strong, flexible body, quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, and teeth adapted to killing small prey. Cats can hear sounds too faint or too high in frequency for human ears, they can see in near darkness and have a better sense of smell than humans. Cats, despite being solitary hunters, are a social species and cat communication includes the use of a variety of vocalisations (mewing, purring, trilling, hissing, growling, and grunting), as well as cat pheromones and types of cat-specific body language.