Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 19:11:23 PM. . By sempak.
Siamese: The Siamese cat can be a fickle creature. They often require a lot of attention when they determine it is necessary. They tend to meow quite a bit and can tear up a home if left alone for too long. These are the downsides. Siamese can be great pets, especially when raised from infancy. They are often white with brown ears and blue eyes. You may recognize them from Lady and the Tramp? Those two were a little mean and not the typical portrayal of a Siamese. Siamese are generally very affectionate. They are also one of the most intelligent of the cat species. They tend to be very social, which is why they meow or "talk" a lot. A sign for attention is usually a very vocal meow much like a babies cry. Siamese typically bond to one person very strongly and are territorial of that person.
What can they learn? Lots of times you saw little kittens playing alone or with each other, as cats are hunters this love of play helps them to learn how to stalk, capture and kill prey. They like to play with balls, pieces of rope or any other things which are moving. Hunting instincts direct their motions. They can be trained some simple commands and some cats even can lean to manipulate simple mechanisms; to open the door hanging on the door handle. Cats are considered to be the cleanest pets and it is one of the reasons why they are so popular. They groom themselves by licking their fur and can be taught to use a special place for a cat toilet. To keep such an animal home you have to teach the cat how to hook its front claws into a specially made surface in order to clean the claws and stretch their muscles. Otherwise it can find the surface for scratching by itself and it may be your favorite armchair. Cats often damage furniture if they are not taught in time. Remember that even declawed cats will go through scratching routines because scratching is effectively a part of marking territory. Though cats are very independent animals but once you decided to have a cat pet you always have to keep in mind that you are responsible for this little lovely fur creature.
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