Why women love cats?

1. If we had tails, we would use them to communicate the way cats do. Cats’ tails are so much more expressive than dogs’ tails. I love my dog, but there are only one or two different motions that tail makes. Cats … well, there’s the “I’m tolerating you, but I don’t really like it” swish.

Photo Credits: by Bruno Passigatti.

Life changed the day we found Clover

Cats are slowly moving into their own as therapyanimals, and are being used in convalescent homes and other institutions for that purpose. However, though a lot has been written about the use of horses and dogs with autistic children, little, if anything, has been previously written about cats. This amazing true story may open your eyes…

Do cats respond to different languages?

Do cats respond to different human languages or accents? A recent study suggests they most certainly do! Anecdotal evidence suggests that cats become used to the tone, rhythm and other aspects of our individual voices, which go beyond the language itself. You and a friend may say the same word, for example, but it will…