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Look out world, it looks there is another little Messi on the way. According to reports in Argentina, picked up on by the Mirror , Lionel Messi and his partner Antonella Roccuzzo are expecting their second child...
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Why do all cats, doesn't matter the breeds, all of a sudden out of nowhere run across a room, meowing like a nut, 50 miles an hour, meowing or crying again and again, darting faster and looking around all over the place then stopping?

I have to get hysterical with laughter when they all do that! I just never know when it will happen and do all cats do it?

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The actions you are describing are sometimes referred to as the "night crazies," if they happen at night. My family generally calls it "going ballistic." Sometimes one of my cats will add another action to the mixture, by racing up to a corner of the room and then stopping and staring at an invisible point somewhere up on the wall.

Although the reasons for these amusing actions can vary, it is difficult to pinpoint any one cause.

Reasons can be:
    
Simple Zest for Life
    Although this is a more common reason for kittens and younger adult cats with excess energy, I have occasionally seen senior cats going ballistic for no other apparent reason.
    
An Errant Flea Bite
    Particularly when meowing is involved, a cat could simply have an itch in a place he can't reach to scratch. If you suspect fleas to be the case, time to de-flea your cat and your home.
    
Rippling Skin Disorder
    Also called Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome (FHS)is a more serious cause of cats acting crazy. If the skin on your cat's back appears to be rippling while he is chasing about, or if he frequently bites at his back above the tail, suspect this cause and see your veterinarian for treatment options.

Cats have a reputation of being loners, but try telling that to owners whose feline follows them around like a shadow. Some domestic cats even become so attached to their humans that they crave nonstop attention. If “Mrrrrooooow! Mrrrrrrow! Mrrrrow!” followed by a friendly, yet forceful, head butt, have ever altered your plans, you might share your home with such a devoted, needy pet.

Signs of a Clingy Kitty
According to Jacqui Neilson, DVM and DACVB, “A clingy cat will follow the owner around constantly.” For example, she says, consider the cat that persists in jumping into whatever it is you are focusing on. “It is not easy to type on a keyboard or read a paper if the cat has positioned itself on that item.”

Your attention-craving kitty may do the same action over and over again. “Repeated attempts to relocate the cat often fail as the cat just jumps back up,” says Dr. Neilson, who runs a behavior referral specialty practice at the Portland Animal Behavior Clinic. In some cases, cats may become demanding only “when they want a specific item, such as food or interactive play.”

Clingy cats are difficult to ignore, agrees Sherry Woodard, an animal behavior consultant at Utah’s Best Friends Animal Society. “When you arrive home, he or she is at the door vocalizing.” Your demanding cat may attempt to climb up your legs, then “follow you everywhere, in and out of every room.” In addition, the needy pet might “help” you “work, clean, cook and read.” If this happens, you might discover kitty hopping onto your shoulder to “groom you” or even “chew on you,” Woodard adds.

Too Close for Comfort
If you’re dealing with a cat that seems to crave your attention all the time, try thinking outside the box. A needy cat may decrease its demands if you offer “some mental enrichment and physical activity,” according to Dr. Neilson. For example, try “creating a treasure hunt around the house with treats, or moving furniture around, so they have new things to investigate,” she says. You might also install a window perch, where your cat can become a “bird watcher.”

Investing in one or two DVDs designed just for cats, such as a movie of birds flying or fish swimming, might also keep kitty busy when you need some quiet time. Tip: Many online stores that sell such products offer previews. Test your cat’s interest level for free by showing the clip to kitty. You should also be sure that your cat has plenty of other diversions at “paw,” Woodard suggests, such as “cat toys, yummy edible plants, other cats, a huge cat tree in the living room, cat tunnels, beds and catnip.”

Cat daycare could also help your needy cat, according to Woodard. “Have someone come to your home and spend some quality time with your cat so he or she receives more attention,” she says. Another option: “Teach your cat to enjoy trips to a friend’s or family member’s house where someone is home to enjoy the cat’s company during your workday.”


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A little girl learns the hard way you don’t mistreat cats

Cats will fight back when provoked, and kids are just going to do their thing. Put the two together, and the results can be volatile.

But apparently that doesn't stop some people from filming uncomfortable encounters between cats and kids, then posting them to YouTube.

So far as we know, neither kids nor cats were seriously hurt in the making of this compilation -- and we're thankful for that.

For the sake of your kids (and your cats), we recommend that you try to settle animal-baby disputes with catnip and sippy cups, rather than fisticuffs.

The large cat that scratched a Portland toddler last week and then trapped his owners in a bedroom has gone home after a stay at the animal shelter.

Spokesman Mike Oswald said Thursday that Lux is healthy and shows no signs of abuse, so when the owners wanted him back, the Multnomah County Animal Services agency released him.

Oswald says the shelter does everything it can to accommodate a family that decides not to surrender an animal.

The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1g5xDK9) reports the 4-year-old Himalayan arrived Monday at the shelter after owners Lee Palmer and Teresa Barker asked workers there to come for him.

Since then, a local cat-behavior specialist has offered to help the owners. Lux is also slated for an episode of "My Cat from Hell" on Animal Planet.

The Oregon owners of a 22-pound housecat that trapped them in their bedroom after attacking their baby say they're not giving up on their pet and are getting it medical attention and therapy.

Two days after police arrived to subdue the 4-year-old part-Himalayan cat, owner Lee Palmer of Portland said he's taking the feline to a veterinarian. A pet psychologist also is due at the house to see the cat, named Lux.

"We're not getting rid of him right now," Palmer said. "He's been part of our family for a long time."

Palmer says the animal attacked his 7-month-old child after the baby pulled its tail. The child suffered a few scratches on the forehead.

On the 911 call, Palmer tells the dispatcher he kicked the cat "in the rear" to protect his child. Palmer says the animal then "just went off over the edge" — leading Palmer and his girlfriend to barricade themselves, their baby and the family dog in the bedroom for safety.

The cat can be heard screeching in the background of the call as Palmer says in a panicked voice: "He's charging us. He's at our bedroom door." Palmer also tells the dispatcher the cat has been violent in the past.

Officers used a dog snare to capture the animal, and placed it in a crate.

The cat attack story gained national attention after police put out a news release about it Monday. Palmer says the family has had proposals from people wanting to adopt Lux, but the family is not taking them up on it.

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Terrified family call 911 after rampaging 22-pound pet CAT attacks baby then corners whole family - including dog - in bedroom

    Lee Palmer, his partner Teresa Barker and their baby son were forced to hide in their Oregon bedroom from Lux, a 22-pound Himalayan cat
    They had retreated there after the fearsome feline had scratched baby Jesse and Palmer kicked the cat's behind - turning it into a sour puss
    Too scared to emerge from the bedroom, Palmer called 911 for help
    Authorities arrived at the home and caught the cat before returning it to his family; they are now debating whether he needs a new home

A rampaging, 22-pound Oregon house cat with a 'history of violence' attacked a baby and trapped a family and their dog in a bedroom at their Portland home before being captured by police.

On Sunday, the cat, a black-and-white Himalayan called Lux, scratched seven-month-old Jesse in the face, according to Portland Police Bureau spokesman Sergeant Pete Simpson.

The baby's father, Lee Palmer, kicked the cat in the backside, which sent it into a rage, and Palmer, his partner Teresa Barker and their baby, along with the dog, retreated into a bedroom in fear.

As they cowered in the room, Palmer called 911 to report his 'very particular emergency'.

'I kicked the cat in the rear, and it has gone over the edge,' he can be heard saying in a recording of the call. 'He's trying to attack us. He's very, very, very, very hostile. He's at our door; he's charging us.'

Meanwhile, the four-year-old cat blocked the bedroom doorway and could be heard on the 911 call screeching loudly, Simpson said.

'When I leave out the bedroom to let the police in, I'm going to have to fight this cat,' Palmer told the dispatcher. 'Tell them to be careful - the police.'

The dispatcher, having never encountered such a situation before, asks her supervisor whether or not police can be sent for an angry cat. The supervisor answers in the affirmative.

'He said that the cat has a history of violence,' Simpson said, referring to the father speaking to the 911 operator.

When officers arrived and entered the house, they saw the cat scurry into the kitchen. After it scrambled atop the refrigerator, officers snared it and put it in a travel-style kennel, Simpson said.

'Officers were able to outwit the high-strung Himalayan,' Simpson concluded.

Safely behind bars, the cat was left in the custody of the family, Simpson said. It was not clear what they intend to do with the animal, he said.

'We are debating what to do,' Palmer told the Oregonian on Monday. 'We definitely want to keep (the cat) away from the baby and keep an eye on his behavior.'

On Tuesday, Palmer defended his decision to kick the cat on his Facebook page.

'The cat is very loved that is why he is still here,' he wrote. 'We had the option to let the animal control take him but decided to give him a chance.

'The cat is territorial and can swat randomly and he swatted my son in the face - could have gotten him in the eye. I'm a very caring, hard-working father that cares about my son... I did kick him away from my son - you would too.'

The baby suffered some scratches to the face but was not seriously hurt and Palmer told dispatchers his son was not in need of any medical attention, Simpson said.

While cases of out-of-control dogs are relatively common, Simpson said, he could not recall in his 20 years with the Portland police a similarly ferocious feline.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2577997/Father-calls-911-help-enraged-cat-attacks-baby-bails-family-including-DOG-bedroom.html

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What Cats Do When They Are Angry?

When your cat is angry, look out. If you don't, you might just get slapped with a tail or witness your other pet get spit at and pounced on. Kitties get angry and agitated for lots of reasons, from a lack of petting to an intruder in the house.

Tail Smacking:

When your feline becomes agitated, she'll often sit or lie on the ground and beat her tail on the floor or your furniture. She's essentially telling you that something has pushed her buttons and she's going through a little temper tantrum. Her tail smacking is much different than a happy dog wagging his tail. She'll often lift her tail entirely off the ground and smack it against something, or just lift the tip. If she's on all fours, she'll swing it deliberately.


Hissing and Screeching:

If your ears have been abused by a sudden hissing or screeching coming from the mouth of your kitty, she's probably very upset about something or someone. Screeching is completely different than a loud meow. It's usually more drawn out and violent sounding. Your cat will probably only hiss or screech when she's extremely upset with something or if she's in pain. The angry sounds are often a precursor to a cat fight. Some felines also let out a low guttural growl.


Spitting, Physical Appearance and Attacking:

If your kitty gets really worked up, she might spit or launch a full attack at whatever is bothering her. Like hissing and screeching, these behaviors typically won't occur if she's angry because it's not yet feeding time or because you didn't pet her. Something -- usually another animal or person -- usually has to provoke her. You'll often see physical signs that your fierce little girl is ready to leap onto something and attack it. She'll puff her entire body up, especially her tail, and arch her back end so she looks bigger. She might even walk sideways. Her ears will be erect, and she'll stare down whatever it is that set her off.


Reasons and Solutions:

Late feedings, a splash of water and a lack of attention commonly result in a bit of tail whipping from your feline. The behavior isn't serious, and she'll get over whatever bothered her in no time. Hissing, screeching, spitting and an aggressive appearance are more serious. Bringing another animal into the house can cause this behavior, as can the smell of strange animals on your clothes, strangers in your house and the appearance of animals outside. Always introduce new animals slowly, by keeping the resident cat and new animal separate for at least two to three days, then feeding them both treats when they see one another for the first time. If your cat is acting out at other people, smells or animals outside, distract her by making a sudden noise or shuffle her into another room. If a cat fight breaks out, a quick squirt of water will usually do the trick to separate the two.


Read More: http://pets.thenest.com/things-cats-angry-5611.html

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