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How to Live Properly? Cat Zen by @zenoflydon



As a cat, I love this way of seeing life. 

What do you think? Tell us below.


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How to Name your Cats | ft. @CatMamasDotCom



How did you choose your cats’ names?

Let us know in the comments below.

Grandma likes artists, like Picasso, Rodin and Frida (actual cats), whereas mommy changes her criteria with each newcomer.

  • Isabella



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Can Kittens and Babies Co-exist? | ft. @vida_ying_yang


How sweet can kittens be?

Apparently, as sweet as we want them to be. After all, they are babies who crave affection and love, in general.

Have you got any stories, pictures or videos that show your kittens being cute? Let us know in the comments below.


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16 unlikely animal friendships by @annesmessages

annesmessages on Twitter:

“16 unlikely animal friendships”

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Trump wants to shrink and/or eliminate marine sanctuaries.

Kamala Harris on Twitter:

“Something you’re not hearing in the news – this Administration is “reviewing” whether to shrink/eliminate some of our marine sanctuaries.”



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Why Does My Cat Sleep On My Head?

According to at least one cat behaviorist, there are several causes as to why your kitty decides to sleep on your head, and they are very conventional.

1. Our heads release heat.

External sources of heat allow cats to maintain their basal metabolism without much effort, which lets them rest more.


2. Our heads move less than our legs.

This way, your cats expect not to be kicked out of the bed in the middle of their sleep.


3. Our proximity makes cats feel safe.

Cats in the wild also look for safe places, where they be alerted early of intruders.




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Cat memorial topiaries, because Cats R Ever Green!

There is a cat-movie below, if you prefer that format.



The deaths of our cats are the deaths of some of our loved ones, and they matter. We watch our kitties grow and fill our lives with joy.

These beautiful Photoshop renditions (sad, we know) of a dead Russian Blue in a beautiful garden, are a memorial made by a sad owner, whose dearly departed cat left a void in him, when he passed. The cat’s owner needed to keep his cat’s memory alive, guiding himself by the same principle that drive many cat people to open social accounts for their departed pets: softening the emotional blow produced by the dead of a cat, whom in many cases lived their whole lives with the same people.


The emotional pain produced by the loss of a cat could be devastating to cat people, who rely on their kitties for emotional support.

Watching a creature die, after your watched them grow and fill your life with joy, is devastating to the grieving parents. There are cases of cat people who need therapy to cope with the loss of one of their cats, or worse, their only companion.

How to cope with the loss of your dear cats?

There is a welcoming online community of cat people, from all over the world, who are willing to comfort grieving dead cat parents during the difficult process of mourning. If you want to join these communities, simply follow us on Twitter, and join the conversation. We know quite a few cat people who have lost their kitties and would be caring and understanding, which is critical during your own mourning process.


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