About Cats

The cat (Felis catus), also known as the domestic cat or housecat to distinguish it from other felids and felines, is a small, usually furry, domesticated, carnivorous mammal that is valued by humans for its companionship and for its ability to hunt vermin and household pests. They are a cosmopolitan species and are found much across the world. They are a common companion

animal in Europe and North America, and their worldwide population exceeds 500 million. In 1998 there were around 43 million cats in Western Europe, 33 million in Eastern Europe, seven million in Japan and three million in Australia. A 2007 report stated that about 37 million US households owned cats, with an average of 2.2 cats per household giving a total population of around 82 million. In contrast, there are about 72 million pet dogs in that country. Although cat ownership has commonly been associated with women, a 2007 Gallup poll reported that men and women were equally likely to own a cat.


  • Abyssinian Cat

  • American Bobtail

  • American Shorthair Cat

  • Balinese Cat

  • Bengal Cat

  • Birman Cat

  • British Shorthair Cat

  • Bombay Cat

  • Burmese Cat

  • Cornish Rex Cat

  • Devonshire Rex Cat

  • Donskoy Cat

  • Egyptian Mau Cat

  • Havana Brown Cat

  • Himalayan Cat

  • Maine Coon Cat

  • Manx Cat

  • Munchkin Cat

  • Norwegian Forest Cat

  • Ocicat

  • Persian Cat

  • Ragdoll Cat

  • Russian Blue Cat

  • Savannah Cat

  • Scottish Fold Cat

  • Siamese Cat

  • Siberian Cat

  • Singapura

  • Sphynx Cat

  • Thai Cat

  • Turkish Angora Cat




Why would your cat want to eat your hair?

because they either are bored or they want to play one way to get them to stop is to play with them. It is as simple as that just a little play could do the heart and soulgood. Also cats like the smell of anything sweet and fragrant and could be attracted to your shampoo like a bee is attracted to a flower. If your cat loves to dunk her head in the toilet what do you do to stop her? Close the toilet seat or toilet door, also, close the door of the bathroom if you don't want to keep the bathroom door shut for some reason just put something in front of the door to block it. Your cat is probably thirsty. Put the toilet seat down, and change its water in its bowl regularly.