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Exotic Cats

Sunday, April 10, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

exotic catsMost cats are house cats but did you know that feline breeding is a big business producing elegant hybrids with exotic eyes, skin or even ears? You can find one breed with leopard spots and marble colored hair! Some breeds have no hair at all which are excellent for allergy sufferers. These breeds can be very expensive costing several hundred dollars. If the cat is really unusual, it can cost several thousand dollars. There are cat nappers out there who only care about making a buck. To be sure that your cat is not “catnapped,” you can get your cats nose printed. Like a fingerprint, every cats nose has a different pattern. After his nose has been printed, you’ll probably even spend more on your new “treasure” and buy him a fancy cat carrier or cat bed. So if you go for the exotic breeds or a plain old ordinary house cat, they will bring you lots of enjoyment, unconditional love and a whole lot of companionship.

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Translating Your Dogs Bark

Sunday, April 10, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

DOGBARKDid you know that they type of bark that your dog gives, in an indication of what they are trying to communicate to you. Here are some kinds of barks and what they mean.

Continuous fast barking at a medium pitch – This indicates a problem like a stranger entering the house or yard.
Continuous slow barking at a low pitch – The intruder is close by.
Fast barking with pauses every three or four seconds – He is warning you that there is an approaching problem and he wants you to investigate.
Long, drawn out barks at a high pitch with pauses in between – He is lonely and needs your company.
One or two high pitched barks – This is a normal greeting
One bark at a normal pitch – He is alert and curious.
Short back in a high pitch – He is showing you surprise. If he repeats it twice, he’s saying ” hey look at this.”
Brief bark at a medium pitch – He is happy.
Faltering Bark at a medium- he wants to play with you or his dog toys.
Howl or short bark with high pitch – This indicates pain.
Repeated howls at regular intervals – He is in extreme pain and need immediate attention. This may also indicate that something is really scaring them.
High pitched barks that sound desperate without any reason – He is just probably letting off some steam.
Pay attention to your dog’s barks. He is speaking to you and you should know what he is trying to tell you! Maybe he just wants his dog treat!

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