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Curiosities about cats

Cats and kittens are more than fluffy friends we like to have around the house, they're also curious creatures full of fun. We've found out a few curious facts most cat owners aren't aware of.

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Did you know that cat's can drink sea water? Their kidneys are so good that they can dispel the salt and rehydrate themselves.

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Ever noticed that your cat's reluctant to drink water from a bowl that's too close to the food bowl? That's because cat's are natural hunters and want to feel like they've foraged for the food and water.

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Ever noticed that your cat's reluctant to drink water from a bowl that's too close to the food bowl? That's because cat's are natural hunters and want to feel like they've foraged for the food and water.

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Cat's sleep a lot but did you realise exactly how much time they spend asleep. Research shows that the average feline spends 16 hours of the day with his eyes shut.

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Did you know that there are over 200 cats at Disney World? The Park has 5 permenant feeding stations for them.

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Wild cats have been known to look after people. In 2008 a one year old was found living among wild cats in Argentina. The place they shared shows evidence that the cats surrounded the boy to keep him warm at night and they brought him scraps of food during the day.

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Wild cats have been known to look after people. In 2008 a one year old was found living among wild cats in Argentina. The place they shared shows evidence that the cats surrounded the boy to keep him warm at night and they brought him scraps of food during the day.

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Sadly older cats can develop a Alzheimer’s like disease. The symptoms tend to be dominated by a constant need to meow.

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Did you know that cats have whiskers in places other than their face? The whiskers on the cheeks are the most obvious but you also get them on the cat's chin, eyebrows and neck.

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Keep clicking through for a selection of cute cat images.

Cat Breeds in the UK

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Cat Breeds in the UK

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Cat Breeds in the UK

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Cat Breeds in the UK

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Cat Breeds in the UK

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Cat Breeds in the UK

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