If you have a cat at home, then you can be sure that you will never get bored. These pets in some magical way are able to amuse their owners, even while doing nothing. For example, they can professionally pretend to be fluffy loaves and here is the evidence.
"It's so cold at home that he pulled all his limbs into a sweater."
This loaf looks at us from the void
And this is a big burnt bun
So this is where the fluffy loaves hide their paws!
Don't forget to pack your bread before going anywhere.
Does cinnamon roll count?
This is not a cat, but a real submarine!
Remember to put the bread in the refrigerator to prevent spoilage.
The most beautiful lounging loaf
She handled it. The limbs are not visible. Absolute perfection
It's actually a loaf that just pretends to be an egg.
This loaf went even further and stuck its tail between its tucked paws.
Olivia is definitely runny. And she is also a loaf "
Looks just perfect
This is how bread is made
"My two loaves waiting for me this morning"
"Meet the Meatloaf that lives up to its name."
Enjoy the view of these two buns, also known as Shuri and Yoshi
The Siamese cat is considered the oldest breed of cat in the world, appearing in a Thai manuscript dating from the 14th century. It is said that Siamese cats guarded the kingdom of Siam (ancient Thailand) hence the name of this breed. Cats were considered sacred and protected by the king. Moreover, legend has it that after the Burmese-Siamese war, the king of Burma (Myanmar) read a poem to Siamese cats describing them as more precious than gold.
If you want to add a Siamese cat to your family, you must know that its needs are simple, but vital. This cat has a strong personality and wants to be always in the center of attention. When you are at home, the Siamese cat will stay alone for a very short time and will generally follow you everywhere and will make its presence felt by constant meowing.
This cat does not react positively if it is left too much alone, so if you will not be home most of the day you need to find a companion, either a cat or a dog. The Siamese cat quickly socializes with both other cats and dogs and if she does not have an occupation while left alone, she will venture and open all the closet doors and find the hidden objects around your house.
The Siamese has a very good and long-lasting memory, remembering events that happened a few weeks ago. Do not choose this cat if you know that you will not have time to take care of it and you do not have any other family member who spends more time at home during the day.
The Siamese cat does not need extraordinary physical activity. She loves to play and you can even teach her to bring you certain objects, toys. You can take the Siamese cat for a walk with a cat leash, but never let it venture on its own. Siamese do not like lonely walks and prefer to be accompanied on any adventure.
If your cat leaves the house alone, most of the time it easily remembers the way home. Many Siamese cats try to get out of the house to explore their surroundings as much as possible and to put their senses to the test, but try to be with them if they happen to venture outside the apartment or house.
In general, Siamese cats are born completely white, and along the way they acquire the specific shades of brown and black that help us recognize their breed from a post office. The coloring in shades of dark or light brown is easy to notice especially in the area of the nose, feet and tail because these are the coldest areas of the cat's body.
The albinism gene in the Siamese cat system is combated by other genes that act only at certain temperatures. The Siamese cat is born completely white, because the temperature in the mother's womb is very high and the color eyelashes are not activated until after the cat begins to grow. The color can also be influenced by the temperature of the area where the cats live, so in a cooler country the predominantly white Siamese cats can be more common. White Siamese cats usually have a few spots in very faint shades of brown in the area of the face or legs.
9.Mom Siamese and her babies
10.Kitty Siamese taking a nap
11.Beautiful Siamese girl
12.Fluffy Siamese kitty
15.The bow is looking perfect on this cat
16.These eyes are perfect
17.Ready for a walk
18.Hey little kitty
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Although no one knows when and where the Abyssinian first appeared, the most widely circulated story is that the breed we know today is the direct descendant of sacred cats revered by the ancient Egyptians 4,000 years ago.
Indeed, Abyssinians closely resemble the cats depicted in murals and sculptures of the time, but there is no direct evidence that these cats are directly related to those cats revered by the Egyptians.At one point, the statement was made that the Abyssinian looks very much like the African wild cat.
Nothing could be further from the truth. But the descent from this has not yet been confirmed. The Abyssinian named Zula was transported from Abyssinia (now Ethiopia) to England at the end of the Abyssinian War in 1868, according to Dr. Gordon Staples' 1874 book Cats - Their Points, but the hypothesis that this cat was originally from that region is still debatable.
Some believe that the Abyssinian was recreated in England from the existing British races. Others believe that the Abyssinian of today descends from a variety of cats discovered in Southeast Asia. The latest research indicates the Indian Ocean coast between Singapore and Ceylon as the homeland of the Abyssinian and certifies that it is one of the oldest breeds of cats and probably the closest to the wild cat of all purebreds in the world.
According to a story, the women of ancient Egypt shaped their eyes after the model of these cats. The body of the Abyssinian is elongated, strong and muscular, and the slender limbs have a fine bone. The paws are small and round. The tail is long and conical, ending with a rounded tip of dark color.
Another feature that differentiates it from other breeds of cats is the pattern of fur or agouti, characterized by alternating stripes of color along the length of the hair. Each hair is decorated with light colored bands that contrast with the dark colored bands. The lighter or background color is found near the skin, so that each hair ends with a dark tip. This model gives the fur, as a whole, a characteristic look.
Abyssinians do not address people who want decorative cats or those who want cats who are content to just be held in their arms. Brave, curious and sociable, the Abyssinians give a new meaning to the word "active".
The Abyssinians make all sorts of jokes to cheer you up, earning their reputation as the clowns of the feline kingdom. The Abyssinians are perfect athletes with clever paws and very curious so that no closed room or closet is unexplored.
Be careful, their overflowing curiosity can get them in trouble. They are very "busy" cats, becoming bored and depressed if they get bored or if they are not paid attention. Also, the Abyssinian is a good climber, enjoying watching the surroundings from a height.
It cannot be said that the Abyssinian is not affectionate. They are tender and loyal and are the happiest when they are involved in all aspects of your life. Abyssinian will become your friend, confidant and your devoted companion who will love you unconditionally.
She will always be close to support you when you are demoralized or to rejoice when you are happy. And he will definitely always be there, during lunch hours, to share the meal with you.
Abyssinians are extremely sociable, creating strong connections with their family members. In their absence, they find it difficult to adjust to life with difficulty away from them, even if the separation lasts only a few days. Males are said to be more tolerant of other pets than females, but only because the male is more independent while the female is more possessive.
It easily adapts to living with dogs, some specimens making real friends with them. Don't be surprised if one day you wake up that your Abyssinian has given up your comfortable bed without regrets to join her canine friend on his couch. Abyssinian loves wide, open spaces and homes with numerous members in which she will never get bored and will always be the center of attention. As long as the Abyssinian has access to a yard, she will be the happiest animal on the planet.