30 videos that proves cats need human attention
Cats need a lot of attention and that's why they sometimes push away the laptop out of our arms or the phone from our hand to be petted. In this compilation Bemorepanda decided to amaze you with some curiosities about cats. Cats have always been mysterious, sacred creators in many cultures. Most of their habits are beginning to be elucidated by science. Here are some examples:
- The fact that cats were worshiped in Egypt is universally known, but they were also declared sacred in Japan during the year 1000, according to Cats International.
- Cats can see 5 times better at night - especially if the target is moving - clearly if they can not distinguish as many things as the human eye.
- A healthy domestic cat can reach a speed of 31 km / h, but it cannot maintain a rhythm of more than 1 minute.
- Cats can jump 5 times their body length.
- A healthy adult cat spends about 15% of its time in a deep sleep, 50% in a light sleep and 35% awake.
- Sections of a cat's brain responsible for understanding, filtering and managing emotions correctly are quite the same as in a human brain.
- A cat has 244 bones in its body (unlike humans, which have 206). They have 60 vertebrae, and between 20 are in the tail, for flexibility.
- Cats are most active in the morning and evening (sunrise and sunset) because it is the best times to hunt.
- Cats are born with 26 baby teeth, replacing 30 permanent teeth as they grow.
- Most adult cats do not have the enzyme needed to digest milk.
6.Someone is really missing a hug.
7.This cat reached his attention saturation.
8.Leave your homework, play with me!
9.Please, adopt me!
10.Pleasing for some more attention.
12.Pet me, I'm right here, you see me?
13.Such a sweetheart.
14.Look how I'm playing!
15.Missing owners when they work!
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Italian researchers tested 540 dogs and 277 cats in households, where people had tested positive for COVID-19, or in areas severely affected by the pandemic, such as Lombardy. The scientists detected antibodies against the virus in 3.4% of dogs and 3.9% of cats.
Studies on a relatively large number of animals confirm the premise that pets can be infected by humans with SARS-CoV-2, but vice versa is very unlikely. Tests taken from the mouth, nose and throat tested negative in all animals. Cats and dogs were tested between March and May 2020.
Pets do not spread the virus
Researchers say this extensive study is very useful. According to Thomas Mettenleiter, president of the Friedrich-Loeffler Institute (FLI) in Greifswald, the results are not surprising: "Confirm what we already know." However, a study with such a large number of pets is welcome. "Samples are not easy to obtain."
Contact with the pet should not be reduced (picture-alliance / dpa Themendienst / K. Neumann)
Healthy people should not restrict contact with pets
The study therefore confirms the FLI researchers' assumption that dogs or cats have not yet played a role in the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The decisive factor is the transmission from person to person. "We start from the premise that the virus is usually transmitted from humans to animals," says Mettenleiter. Therefore, FLI considers that healthy people have no reason to restrict contact with their pets. On the other hand, patients infected with coronavirus should avoid contact with pets in order not to infect them.
Animals do not die from coronavirus infection
So far, Mettenleiter claims, there is no evidence that the animals could die from coronavirus infection. Even if pets contract the virus, it does not automatically mean that it can spread to animals and then spread through nasal, coughing or fecal secretions.
In addition, researchers at FLI have found that there is currently no evidence to confirm that pigs, chickens and other farm animals can be infected with SARS-CoV-2. The institute is currently conducting experiments with several species of animals. According to the initial results, ferrets and fruit bats are sensitive to the virus, but chickens and pigs are not. Cattle studies are still in their infancy.
Outbreaks of coronavirus on farms
Scientists are also investigating how the virus reached mink farms in the Netherlands and Spain, infecting almost all the animals kept there - that is, whether farm staff infected the animals or vice versa.
Precautionary measure in mink farms in the Netherlands: over one million animals have been killed
The outbreak of coronavirus on mink farms near the Spanish town of La Puebla de Valverde, a village of 500 inhabitants in northwestern Aragon, was discovered after 14 employees tested positive for the new coronavirus in late May. Two other employees became infected after the farm was closed.
Outbreaks in the Netherlands began in April. During the examinations, veterinary professor Wim van der Poel, from the University of Wagingen, found that the strain of virus found in mink is similar to that circulating in humans.
"I suspected that it might be transferred to humans (from animals)," van der Poel said. Which happened to at least two farm employees.
Authorities killed more than a million miners
As a precautionary measure following the outbreak, the Spanish authorities ordered the killing of more than 92,000 minks on the farm. 90 percent were infected with the new coronavirus.
In the Netherlands alone, more than 1.1 million minks, which have spread the virus, have been killed, the Dutch Food and Consumer Safety Agency said.
There are about 160 mink farms in the Netherlands. The country is the fourth largest fur producer in the world, after Denmark, China and Poland. Spain has 38 mink farms, most of them in Galicia.
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Puppies are animals considered "man's best friends" due to their sense of responsibility to their owner, alternating with their playful nature and the sincerity of their "voice". Their fidelity is the greatest asset. Man considers dog a friend because it needs not only love, but also the company of a sincere friend, to whom it can reveal all the secrets. Thus we can say that these domestic animals are a kind of human diary.
The relationship that exists between dogs and owners also depends on the two, especially humans. A dog needs a lot of attention and affection, and should not be neglected in any way. The owner should spend a lot of time with him, and of course to care for him every time he has the opportunity. On the other hand, a dog needs not only love, but also affection. This aspect of the dog-owner relationship is extremely essential.
Bemorepanda prepared 30 videos that proves dogs need their owners attention.
1.Waiting for some evening hugs and kisses.
2.Quit your job a bit and spend time with me!
3.Trying to get some treaties.
4.Hey baby, I want a hug!
5. Street dog wants every one attention.
6.Give me a kiss!
7.Hey, I'm here!
8.Mission completed, this dog just got his human attention!
9.Even big dogs want some more attention!
10.Look at me, I'm right here ready for a hug!
11.Spending time together.
12.Leave this exercises, look at me!
13.This dog is trying to get some attention from her human!
14.I really want to play!
15.Cuddle with me!
16.Give me some love!
17.This fluffy baby is pleasing for attention.
18.Someone is enjoying their time with owners.
19.Did I say you could stop?
20.Puppies want attention!