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    It is mistakenly believed that cats cruelly play with their prey before killing them. Many humans are horrified to watch a cat kill a mouse, which entails lots of shoving, pouncing and poking, but they should not be deceived by the way it looks. This is merely basic self-defense from the viewpoint of a cat, though many animals are really harmful.™For instance, rats and mice are very fast, desperate and could bite with their sharp teeth. (You are around 20 times bigger. Would you like to encounter a rat face-to-face?) Plus, never underestimate the damage that can be caused by a bird's beak. After all, these animals have nothing to lose.To kill their prey, cats bite through the neck to break the spinal chord. However, they use their short muzzles carefully to do this. To succeed, though, the prey has to remain still. If this looks like a cruel sport to humans, from a cat's viewpoint, this is the best way to exhaust the prey before they bite for the kill.A cat's instinct tells her that it is the most rational way to effectively complete the job with the least amount of risk. If she will attempt to do it fast, the prey can possibly escape and she may get hurt.Why a Pet Cat Brings Home Live MiceA cat does this because of two major reasons. As we may already know, a cat sees humans as part of her community, but do not have any fundamental hunting skills. Therefore, the mouse can be somewhat be considered as part of a public-spirited training ground. The best thing for you to do is trap it as fast as you can, and the moment your cat turns away her eyes, discreetly get rid of the ill-fated animal – as immediately and humanely as you can.Next, if your cat has other animal companions that share the same garden (from a cat's point of view, it is her garden), she may not feel comfortable after hunting some prey. She has to protect her victim from other cats or animals that might try to get her prey. Therefore, she holds on tightly to it, and will run into the house, where she feels safe. The moment she lets go of 코인카지노 her prey in her own territory, which she is intimately familiar with, but unknown to the prey, she will have all the advantage.Why A Stray Cat Leaves Dead Prey At the Front DoorSad to say, most domestic cats do not have their own home, for whatever reason it may be. This usually happens whenever cat owners have to transfer, and do not bring their cats with them. They will feel abandoned and look for another home.Delivering what they hunt is like giving a gift to test you. All the same, when you transfer to a new neighborhood and the neighbors gift you with some freshly baked cookies as a sign of welcome, you would most likely accept them. In a similar manner, the cat is hoping that her gift will pave the way for a homeowner to welcome her.Take into consideration that, until just recently, a cat that has proven to be good at catching rats or mice was most likely to receive the welcome it has been longing for. So, it is not at all the cat's fault if the attitudes of humans have changed from one generation to another, and her instincts have not yet been updated.Is it Okay to Own Lots of Cats?Yes, of course. You can have as much as you can. This is not only about an oddball who has a bedroom full of 250 feline pets, as reported in the news. A huge amount of cats in your house does not necessarily lead to chaos. You may have heard a person asking why his neighbor's five felines get along very well, whereas his own three always fight.Most people have discovered that adopting cats can be habit-forming. It starts when you see a stray kitten, bring it home as a welcome addition to your cat family, and next time, you take one more plus another, and so on and so forth, because by then, one more won't make a difference.However, keeping all cats together in a crowded space is not only unfair to them, but also their caretaker. It is more sensible to bring a stray cat to a sanctuary where it can be taken care of by professionals who can look for a new home for it. How about owning a few cats like for example, three? Or else, how many is best?If you have read some articles about cat hierarchies, you will realize the importance of personal space to felines. The way cats get along in one household depends on several factors – like how they move.It is, therefore, quite difficult to strike a balance in a family of several cats. You should always observe your pets to notice right away any signs of disturbance. As an example, most people know that problems can surface once a cat reaches sexual maturity.When the cat is neutered, problems disappear, but just for a while. However, they are not aware of another stage in a cat's life, wherein the feline is no longer a teen, but has become a full-grown adult (that is, attains social maturity). This occurs when a cat is between 2 and 4 years old. This is the time when she will search for a new spot in the cat hierarchy.The cat might even go for the top position when the feline is both bold and strong. When the present top cat does not like to be challenged, fighting will surely take place.There are cats that are happiest when being alone, and will not fit into a household filled with many cats. Therefore, when considering a multicat household to adopt a new cat, it is important to gather as much information as you can about the potential adoptee.Lastly, keep in mind that even if you own 1, 2 or 3 cats, except if you have a huge household, your territory has been fully occupied. Any additional cat has to blend in by sharing the territory of another. As a suggestion, the territory can be expanded by including another cat tree, litter box and more food bowls.In addition, bear in mind that in case one of your cats passes away, this does not necessarily mean that you can get another member to fill the vacancy. Feline social hierarchies are known to be delicate, and when they lose a member, establishing a new hierarchy will just cause significant disorder.

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