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Cat Tries to Hatch Chicken Eggs

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Bustopher, an Australian cat, tries to hatch chicken eggs.Bustopher, a cat from AustraliaMost cats eat chicken eggs. This cat sits on them. The four-year-old Australian barn cat is suffering an identity crisis, but it's "a cute ailment." Naomi Oliver's chickens laid their eggs, but didn't show too much interest in hatching them. And so Bustopher took over for the negligent hens. "I am not sure if he knows that he is a cat, he doesn't really behave like one," Mrs Oliver told the Northern Territory News.

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Man blames cat for computer use

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It's the same old story... You leave the house, spend a tough day at work, arrive home and find your cat typing furiously away on your computer - maxing out  your credit card as he furiously orders catnip and furry plastic mice. After the shopping spree, the cat begins searching out child pornography. If you ask Keith Griffin, that's his story and he's sticking to it. Well, at least to the "blame cat for child porn" part of the story. Recently, Florida police received a tip that there was questionable content on a man's computer. After seizing the system, police found over 1,000 images of child pornography. Griffin calmly and rationally explained it all away by claiming he was a victim of his cat's internet searches. He states that he would arrive home and find "strange material" on his computer - the result of his cat jumping up on his keyboard. Amazingly, the  judge didn't buy the remarkable story and made it clear the man could sell movie rights after posting $250,000 in bail. We're fairly certain that the cat didn't hock his food bowl to bail his owner out of jail. The cat does not currently face charges. We recommend that if Griffin ever gets out of jail, he may want to invest in the PawSense: Prevent Cyber Pet Attacks program...

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FIV Needn't Be A Death Sentence

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I’ve met many stray felines over the years, and each and every one of them has taught me something.  A cat we now affectionately call ‘Fat Louie’ is definitely no exception. His was the typical extremely sad life of a feral cat in America – along with millions of others of his kind.  He was the offspring of someone’s neglected, abandoned, and un-neutered pet – forced to fend for himself since birth, forced to rummage through trash bins and dumpsters to survive yet one more miserable day, and always forced to hide in the deep dark shadows in fear of mankind’s utter callousness and cruelty.

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IBM Cat Brain Connection

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IBM has created a supercomputer with the equivalent of a cat’s brain. According to Forbes, “IBM has simulated a brain with 1 billion neurons and 10 trillion synapses--about the equivalent of a cat's cortex, or 4.5% of a human brain.” The project is partly funded by $20 million from the Department of Defense. Supercomputers of today can perform in hours what would take a powerful desktop computer thousands of years. However, they cannot handle complex functions such as perception or pattern recognition. While scientists still don’t fully understand the far more organic supercomputer between our ears, they can certainly do their best to model it.

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How to Pill A Cat

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Probably many of you have already seen this, but no matter how many times you see it, you'll still laugh. Especially if you have cats.This is a simple, 13-step guide that will help you overcome your aversion to pilling a cat, and hopefully won't land you in the hospital. Never-mind. If you do it this way, you will land in the hospital.

But, it's still a fun read...


Pick up cat and cradle it in the crook of your left arm as if holding a baby. Position right forefinger and thumb on each side of cat's mouth and gently apply pressure to cheeks while holding pill in right hand. As cat opens mouth, pop pill into mouth. Allow cat to close mouth and swallow.

Retrieve pill from floor and cat from behind sofa. Cradle cat gently in left arm and repeat process.

Retrieve cat from bedroom, pick up and throw soggy pill away.

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Feline Behavior

  • Is Mint Safe for Cats?

    Hello Grey Socks, Every time I put toothpaste on my brush, which is mint flavored, my cat wants to lick it. She goes completely banana's over it. Is it okay to let her lick some? Thanks,
    Kathy Easley

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  • Wool-sucking in cats

    Dear Kyra, I have an adopted 5-month-old ginger boy named Barney. He's a very sweet, funny kitty, and I love him to pieces. But...he has some strange quirks. The nice people at the animal shelter told me that he was… Read More +

  • Cats covering feces

    Dear Ghost, Why do cats cover their feces? My two cats are neurotic about covering up everything in their litter box, which is stupid because it's automatic anyway. Is it really necessary? Thanks,

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  • Cats spraying

    Baby, I live with 2 male cats (neutered) and 1 female cat (spayed). All of a sudden they have started spraying (they are 1 year old). They have sprayed my bed, my doors and in my closet (that I know of). I'm… Read More +

  • hypersthesia

    Mama-San, My 1 yr old tabby has developed a fear of its tail! The end twitches and she sometimes lightly attacks it, but most times just runs from it (especially at night) your site mentions anger in connection with tip- twitching.… Read More +

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