Archive for the 'Feline Videos/Music' Category
In and out of boxes, this feline coins the term “compact cat.” Amazing ability to contort, curl, wiggle, and attempt to disappear, Maru has demonstrated felines flexible frame and “never say quit” cattitude. Enjoy!
Dr. Katherine Miller, Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist from ASPCA, provides great information on cat scratching. Check it out:
The felines of the CatAWhack Crew, meticulous groomers that they are, like the idea of ditching the litter box for the porcelain pot. However, they were somewhat purrplexed with the thought of sharing a toilet with a human being.
We discussed using potties designed for human toddlers with a few draw backs…no flushing to remove the waste and prevent odor and it would require some effort (cleaning) on my part. So while bucks would be saved on the litter, brawn would still be required with a little labor.
Another option would be a removable toilet training seat that would fit over the actual toilet seat. This would allow both feline and human to use the facilities without incident or accident. Drawbacks? Since the toilet lid would remain up at all times, there is always the chance that feline family members may swipe a drink from the toilet bowl. Second, canine companions may like the idea of capitalizing on the deposit made by the toilet trained cat unless, of course, we also teach them to flush. Third, the removable toilet training seat would need to be moved to accommodate the user, whether feline or human.
What about those furry paws around the rim of the toilet seat? Is there any chance paws could slip? Time to get out the non-skid tape. Good for them…not so good for us! However, we suspect felines will do just fine with their balance, agility, and precise footing.
Overall, members of the CatAWhack Crew see this toilet training alternative to litter boxes pawsitive for the environment, for the pocketbook, and for the nose. Way to go CitiKitty!
Watch the promotional video and leave a scratch on the post below:
Behold, the liquid column!
One great discovery for human kind; One refreshing drink for Felis catus.
Scientists have discovered how the inertia of a quick flicking tip of the tongue combined with the principles of gravity and inertia allow the temporary suspension of a liquid column from water surface to mouth. Enough time for the cat drinking catch of the day followed by the cast of the next tongue dunking draw.
It is a very smooth fluid movement…excuse the pun
Check out the video to see how it works:
If your cat can fly, levitate at will, or defy gravity…you are going to love this video clip by Cory of Mean Kitty. Enjoy!
We, the felines of the CatAWhack Crew, have been waiting anxiously for our film debut. However, our human Bret, seems to be dragging his heels. So we decided to give him an extra nose nudge in that direction by forcing him to sit down and watch this great instructional “how to” video from Cory of Mean Kitty. Maybe it will inspire your human…
Magnificent MEOW Monday All! The Crew was surfing the Internet last night and found the amazing Farkas, a fellow feline, who is proof that we felines can and will follow cues, guidance, and suggestion…first, if we want to and second, if there is something in it for us. Scrumptious treats do wonders to inspire our participation! We think Farkas would agree…
Hey fellow felines and human furriends! Another great video from Cory Williams of MEAN KITTY. Cory provides Tip #2 for annoying (entertaining) your feline family member. The felines of the CatAWhack Crew support Sparta (aka: Mean Kitty) in his attempts to entertain his human Cory. You’re such a patient feline. You go Master Kitty!
The CatAWhack Crew is a big MEAN KITTY fan. The felines swoon over Sparta (aka: Mean Kitty) while I appreciate and celebrate the creative genius of Cory Williams. Cory offers a great way to share some quality time with your feline family member. Watch how a simple receipt becomes the ticket fur entertainment and fun. Fun for you and fun for them:
Two cat families in East Africa teach survive on their power and their cunning, while they protect and teach their cubs the ways of the wild.