Here are some surprising figures about cats and their relationship with their human owners! Here at Meyou, we knew that cats were real characters long before Grumpy Cat took the Internet by storm! Whether it involves watching their antics online or simply in real life, we’re crazy about our furry companions. Our companionship with cats dates back thousands of years and, as you’ll see, this bond is becoming increasingly closer.
What makes a cat intelligent? And how can you measure and develop their intelligence? Read on to find out more! Humankind has long been attempting to measure the intelligence of different species of animals, often with the aim of proving that the human species is superior in this area. Dogs and monkeys have thus been the subject of many studies, but cats have for the most part been ignored.
We talk you through the various stages of your cat’s pregnancy, from the first few weeks to the birth. Winter is almost over and it will soon be mating season in the cat world. When female cats reach puberty, which can occur as early as 4 months right through to 18 months of age, they risk falling pregnant if they are not spayed and happen to encounter a handsome male. The period of gestation (or pregnancy) in cats is relatively short.
Some cats are particularly prone to motion sickness, but this problem can be avoided. We’ve compiled a list of solutions on how to make it easier to travel by car with your cat. Whether it’s to bring your cat to the vet or because you’re heading away on holiday, each time you have to take puss in the car, your heart sinks. Like many cats, your favourite ball of fur suffers from motion sickness. But don’t despair – a number of solutions exist!
From rumours and half truths to ingrained beliefs that are in fact false, cats are subject to their fair share of preconceived notions. There lots of generally accepted ideas about cats that can sometimes even cause them harm. We have listed a few of the most common below.
Like us humans, cats can catch a nasty cold from time to time. In this post, we advise you on how to look after your cat when they’re feeling under the weather. Bouts of sneezing and a runny nose are both sure signs your cat has caught a cold. When this happens us, we know exactly what to do. But when our cats are struck by the same plight, we’re not so sure how to proceed. Fear not! Read on and you’ll soon know exactly what to do.
If you’d like to combine your love of cats with a good deed, why not volunteer to become a foster family for cats! Have you always dreamed of having a cat, but don’t have the possibility of adopting one at the moment? Perhaps you would simply like to do a good deed and get involved in the feline cause. If so, you may be interested in fostering one or more cats on a temporary basis from a cat rescue association.
What should you do if your cat suffers a minor or major injury? Here we outline the basic gestures for attending to your cat. Like ourselves, cats are not immune to the risk of a minor or serious accident, particularly domestic and road accidents. Depending on the nature of the injury, it may be necessary to act very quickly. As a cat owner, you can learn some of the basic gestures to provide first aid to your pet in the event of an accident.
What steps do you need to take when your cat dies? And how should you grieve the loss of your pet? Read on for our advice. Nobody likes thinking about the death of their cat in the future. It can be extremely difficult to cope with such a tragic event. However, there are a number of practical issues that need to be dealt with, particularly regarding your cat’s remains.
For the second year in a row, Meyou will be attending the biggest pet show in Europe. We hope to see you there! A whole year has swept by and the Paris Animal Show is just around the corner once more. The pet show, which is the biggest of its kind in Europe, will take place this weekend (13 and 14 January) at the Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles in southern Paris. Meyou will be attending for the second year running so why not pop in?