A boy and his mother were in their front yard, playing and watering the plants. The neighbor’s dog was let out of its backyard enclosure, seemingly by accident. The dog spotted the boy from across the yard and stalked up behind him. The boy never saw the attack coming. The dog clamped on to his leg and began dragging the boy. That’s when the family’s cat took action.
The attack happened in Melvin, Michigan. The woman attacked tells us she ended up in the hospital after the cat sank it’s front and back teeth into her forehead. The cat also clawed he face, leaving marks on her cheeks. She says she ended up getting an infection that manifested into cellulitis, causing her face to swell.
Why do cats hate water? Many domestic cats don’t seem to enjoy water sports. Of course, they may not experience the extreme heat of the African plains, so they have no great impulse to take a dip. Also, no cats enjoy water used against them in an antagonistic manner or getting water in their eyes or ears. Being sprayed or squirted with water isn’t fun, nor is being forced into [ Read More ]
Cats have been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years, and are currently the most popular pet in the world. Due to their close association with humans, cats are now found almost everywhere on Earth. These are common misunderstandings that veterinarians frequently hear from cats owners. Following is a list of Top 10 myths that veterinarians frequently hear from cats owners.
Playful bear came into the family garden with intent to steal something, but the intrepid cat is like lightning out of the window and attacked a wild animal. Bear was surprised and hesitated for a moment shocked watching the cat. Cautious steps, then somehow managed to reach the bag with unknown contents, and on cats satisfaction, quickly fled into the woods.