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Why cats cry tears

  Why cats cry tears Cats do not shed tears as an emotional response, the way humans do. Watery eyes in cats are usually caused by medical problems such as yawning, irritation, infection, or a foreign object or disease in the eye. If you notice excessive tearing in your cat, it's best to consult your veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and treatment. Yawn Cats, like humans, yawn a lot. At this time, when you yawn, tears may occur because the facial muscles move greatly and stimulate the tear glands. Temporarily, there is no big problem, but if you have a lot of tears, a lot of eye mucus, or if you don't look good, it may be due to other causes, so it is recommended to visit a veterinary hospital. Allergy Fine dust, pollen, dust, etc. may shed tears. If your cat is weeping, scratching its skin excessively, and has red eyes (or swollen eyes with tears), you may be allergic to it. House cats are usually at low risk of tick or flea allergy. Allergies to house dust mites, pollen, et
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Dogs Guinness World Records

Dogs Guinness World Records There are many different categories of Guinness World Records related to dogs, including records for the tallest dog, the smallest dog, the oldest dog, and the fastest dog, among others. Some examples include: Tallest Dog according to Guinness World Records, the tallest living dog is a  Great Dane  named Zeus, who measured 44 inches (111.8 cm) tall at the shoulder. Zeus was measured on October 4, 2011 and lived in Otsego, Michigan, United States. He was owned by Denise Doorlag and passed away on September 2014. A 2-year-old Great Dane from Texas just set the Guinness World Record for being the tallest living dog (male) in the world! Standing at over 3 feet, Zeus is officially taller than most human 2-year-olds, making him an impressive presence when he walks down the street. Zeus belongs to Brittany Davis, a lifelong dog-lover who has always particularly adored  Great Danes . She always knew she wanted to own a  Great Dane  someday, so imagine her joy when h

Shorthair Cat Breeds

  Shorthair Cat Breeds If you are thinking of getting a cat, you may have already realized that there are many different breeds to choose from. One popular type of cat is the shorthair breed. In this article, we will take a closer look at shorthair cats, including their characteristics, personality traits, and care requirements. We will also introduce you to some of the most popular shorthair cat breeds. Introduction to Shorthair Cats Shorthair cats are exactly what their name suggests - they have short fur. This makes them easy to groom and generally low maintenance. They are also known for their playful personalities and affectionate nature. Characteristics of Shorthair Cats Physical Characteristics Shorthair cats are usually medium-sized with smooth, sleek coats. They have round heads, large eyes, and muscular bodies. They come in a variety of colors and patterns. Personality Traits Shorthair cats are typically energetic, curious, and playful. They are also very intelligent and can

Why Do Cats Snore?

 As a cat owner, you may have noticed that your feline friend sometimes makes strange noises while sleeping. Cats, like humans, can snore, and while it may be cute, it can also be a sign of an underlying health issue. In this article, we will explore the causes of snoring in cats, how to diagnose and treat it, and when to seek veterinary help. Understanding the Basics of Cat Snoring Cats snore when there is an obstruction in their airway, causing the airflow to become turbulent. This can be caused by various factors, including obesity, allergies, and anatomical abnormalities. While snoring can occur in any breed of cat, it is more common in brachycephalic breeds, such as Persians and Himalayans. The Anatomy of a Cat's Airway To understand why cats snore, it is essential to understand the anatomy of their airway. A cat's airway consists of the nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, and trachea. The pharynx is the area at the back of the throat, and the larynx is the voice box. The trach


Bichon   A   bichon   is a distinct   type   of   toy dog ; it is typically kept as a   companion dog . Believed to be descended from the   Barbet , it is believed the bichon-type dates to at least the 11th century; it was relatively common in 14th-century France, where they were kept as pets of the royalty and aristocracy. [1] [2]   From France, these dogs spread throughout the courts of Europe, with dogs of very similar form being seen in a number of portraits of the upper classes of Germany, Portugal and Spain; from Europe, the type also spread to colonies in Africa and South America. [2] [3]   The name "bichon" is believed to be a contraction of "barbichon", which means "little barbet". [4] Breeds Bichon Frisé The Bichon Frise, formally known as the Bichon Tenerife, Tenerife dog or Canary Island lap dog, was bred on the island of  Tenerife ; it was believed to be descended from bichon-type dogs introduced from  Spain  in the 16th century. [5] [6]  From

Cat Dog MBTI Personality Test

  Cat Dog MBTI Personality Test cat person vs dog person It is a test based on the general tendencies of cats and dogs. All cats and dogs may have different personalities, so please just look at them for fun. Through simple questions, you can easily take a psychological test (MBTI?, personality test) whether you are a dog-type person or a cat-type person. ​ Here is a list of simple questions. 1. Is it better to be active mostly at night or during the day? 2. Do you like being outside or better at home? 3. On a day off during the week, do you like to hang out with friends or by yourself? 4. Do you like the view from high places or are you afraid of heights? 5. Do you enjoy physical contact (cuddling, kissing, hugging) with other people, or is it a bit uncomfortable? 6. Is taking a shower nice or bothersome? 7. If you eat meat, do you prefer to eat it with vegetables or just meat? 8. Do you prefer to live alone or with someone else? 9. When you go to the sea, is it better to swim or get

Why does my cat hiccup

  The reasons, why does my cat hiccup Cats can hiccup for a variety of reasons, just like humans. It can be caused by eating or drinking too quickly, swallowing air, or even stress or excitement. In most cases, hiccups in cats are harmless and will go away on their own. If your cat's hiccups persist or are accompanied by other symptoms, it's best to consult with your veterinarian to rule out any underlying health issues.  What Causes Cat Hiccups? The exact cause of hiccups in cats is not well understood, but it is thought to be related to the way the diaphragm and the muscles used for breathing function. Some potential causes of hiccups in cats include eating or drinking too quickly, excitement or stress, and certain medical conditions such as hairballs, respiratory infections, or gastrointestinal issues.  How can I get my cat to eat slowly? There are a few ways to encourage your cat to eat more slowly:  Use a puzzle feeder: These are interactive feeders that require your cat t