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Claudine Baringtang
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Cats and dogs are often seen as natural enemies but dogs and cats can often live very
happily in the same family.
Cats and dogs can be friends but they need to be introduced
under supervision and any cats or dogs
do not get on need to be kept separate.
your dog has an uncontrollable
prey drive towards cats
, especially kittens,
then you
cannot have cats in the
same house, they would be at risk and your cat would live in
Some breeds of dog are known to have a high prey drive such as huskies,
racer greyhounds
and collies.
If your dog is of this type then you will need to
be very careful
about introducing a cat to your household.
Unless you know that the
dog is good with cats it may be too risky to consider bringing a cat into your home.
Some cats are always going
to be uncomfortable around dogs, usually if they have had a
bad experience
with them
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CAT    Some kittens are naturally afraid of people at first, but if handled and well cared for in the first 16 weeks, they develop trust in the humans who care for them. To decrease the odds of a cat being unsocial or hostile towards humans, kittens should be socialized at an early age.
Feral kittens around four to eight weeks old can be socialized usually within a month of capture. The process is made easier if there is another socialized cat present but not necessarily in the same space as the feral. If the handler can get a cat to urinate in the litter tray, then the others in a litter will usually follow. Initial contact with thick gloves is highly recommended until trust is established, usually within the first week. It is a challenge to socialize an adult. Socialized adult feral cats tend to trust only those people they have learned over time can be trusted, and can be very fearful around strangers.
Cats can be extremely friendly companions. Cats become social between the second and seventh week of life. During this time, social skills are developed. [8] Kittens are curious creatures and mistake anything, and anyone, for being a toy. Supplying toys and climbing poles helps to keep them occupied while they are being slowly socialized.
The strength of the cat–human bond is mainly correlated with how much consideration is given to the cat's feelings by its human companion. Kittens should be gently handled for 15-40 minutes a day.[9] Holding the kitten as much as possible provides the kitten feelings of warmth, love, and safety. It is especially soothing for the kitten to hear the heart beat of its owner.[10] Thisis a crucial bonding period, which will help develop larger brains, make the kittens more exploratory, and playful, and better learners[11] The formula for a successful relationship thus has much in common with human-to-human relationships. If these skills are not acquired, in the first eight weeks, they may be lost forever.
Some people regard cats as sneaky, shy, or aloof animals. Cats have an inherent distrust for predator species such as humans, and often seek to minimize any contact with people they do not perceive as trustworthy. Feline shyness and aggression around people is often a result of lack of socialization, abuse or neglect. Cats relate to humans differently than more social animals, enjoying some time on their own each day as well as time with humans.
Cats have a strong "escape" instinct. Attempts to corner, capture or herd a cat can thus provoke powerful fear-based escape behavior. Socialization is a process of learning that many humans can be trusted. When a human extends a hand slowly towards the cat, to enable the cat to sniff the hand, this seems to start the process, and can also remind a cat of a human they knew long ago.
There is a widespread belief that relationships between dogs and cats are problematic. However, both species can develop amicable relationships by reading each other's body language correctly. The animals can better read each other's language when they first encounter each other at a young age, due to the fact that they are learning to communicate simultaneously. The order of adoption may also cause significant differences in their relationship. Sometimes, the dog may be simply looking to play with the cat while the cat may feel threatened by this approach and lash out with its claws, causing painful injury. Such an incident may cause an irreversible animosity between the cat and dog.
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Let's make quality connections first. 'Excessive' selfies are for showing off. 

Random youtuber comment:
Not Legato:
...why would you think taking A PICTURE OF YOURSELF is a bad thing? if it makes you ignore people around you, sure, but... this was a very specific scenario. sure, taking eight hundred pictures of yourself in a row and whoring them on the internet for popularity is pretty vapid, but there's nothing wrong with taking a picture of yourself.

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And I do my little turn on the catwalk. . .
Yeah on the catwalk on the catwalk, yeah!. . .
I'm too sexy for my human!
                                        Hahaha. ( = •..•  =)  Smile Lol. . .

#caturday #Cat #Gif #animal #kitten 
#cute #cuteanimals #love #Lol #Cool #Funny 
#Beauty #Prettycute  #Smile  #Model
#amazingphotos  #CaturdayEveryday  
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Returning to humour. Because my faith calls for it!

Throughout Christian history, many of the saints understood that laughter and humor were important. In the third century, St. Lawrence, who was burned to death on a gridiron over hot coals, called out to his executioners, “Turn me over and take a bite, I’m done on this side.”  In Latin!  You try conjugating two verbs in those circumstances.  A century later, St. Augustine prayed, “Lord, give me chastity…but not yet.  No comment.  The sixteenth-century Carmelite nun St. Teresa of Avila said, “A sad nun is a bad nun.  I’m more afraid of one unhappy sister than a crowd of evil spirits.  What would happen if we hid what little sense of humor we had?  Let us each try to use it to cheer one another.”

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Oh. So cute. 
Time for dinner!
#cute   #redpanda   #gif  


Interesting Red Panda facts

The red panda is dwarfed by the black-and-white giant that shares its name. These pandas typically grow to the size of a house cat, though their big, bushy tails add an additional 18 inches (46 centimeters). The pandas use their ringed tails as wraparound blankets in the chilly mountain heights.

The red panda shares the giant panda's rainy, high-altitude forest habitat, but has a wider range. Red pandas live in the mountains of Nepal and northern Myanmar (Burma), as well as in central China.

These animals spend most of their lives in trees and even sleep aloft. When foraging, they are most active at night as well as in the gloaming hours of dusk and dawn.

Red pandas have a taste for bamboo but, unlike their larger relatives, they eat many other foods as well—fruit, acorns, roots, and eggs. Like giant pandas, they have an extended wrist bone that functions almost like a thumb and greatly aids their grip.

They are shy and solitary except when mating. Females give birth in the spring and summer, typically to one to four young. Young red pandas remain in their nests for about 90 days, during which time their mother cares for them. (Males take little or no interest in their offspring.)

The red panda has given scientists taxonomic fits. It has been classified as a relative of the giant panda, and also of the raccoon, with which it shares a ringed tail. Currently, red pandas are considered members of their own unique family—the Ailuridae.

Red pandas are endangered, victims of deforestation. Their natural space is shrinking as more and more forests are destroyed by logging and the spread of agriculture.

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