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Celebrating National Cat Day

Happy National Cat Day everyone! Raise your paws if you're also a proud feline pawrent! As a crazy cat lady myself, I love this day! It is a great time to spoil my own feline fur-kid, snuggle in and binge-watch my favorite feline shows with my fur-kid and of course, lend a helping paw to local cat rescues too! Today I've been sharing fun cat quotes + facts so for those of you who checked out my social media posts today and had a yen for more - here are 10 more cat quotes + 7 more cat facts for you to enjoy! I can't wait to read all of yours too today!

Happy National Cat Day Everyone! May your day be truly paw-rriffic!

Here are 10 of my favorite quotes about cats to enjoy!

  1. What greater gift than the love of a cat.

  2. It is impossible to keep a straight face in the presence of one or more kittens.

  3. Cats have it all: admiration, an endless sleep, and company only when they want it.

  4. Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.

  5. In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.

  6. In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats.

  7. People who don't like cats were probably mice in an earlier life.

  8. No home is complete without the pitter-patter of kitty feet.

  9. There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.

  10. The problem with cats is that they get the same exact look whether they see a moth or an axe murderer.

And 7 fun catariffic cat facts for you

  1. A Schnoz That's One of a Kind Have you ever closely examined a cat's nose? Those bumps and ridges are exclusive to each individual cat and can be used as an identifier—just like a fingerprint can be used to identify a human.

  2. Cats are so chatty Although cats are primarily non-verbal communicators, they will talk to you — if you talk to them. The more you talk to your cat, the more she will respond back to you. You may both be talking about totally different things, but there's definitely a conversation going on there.

  3. Cats Are Easy to Maintain They can clean themselves, use a litter box, and don't need outdoor exercise. Cats can somehow adapt seamlessly to any home environment, from a small one-bedroom apartment in the city to a spacious cottage in the country.

  4. 100 AD Cat's Take a Permanent European Vacation Egyptian traders introduced cats to Europeans, specifically the Greeks and Romans. The Romans used them as pest control.

  5. 500 BCE Cats Revered by the Song Dynasty The first cat was given to the emperor of China and quickly became a popular pet among the rich.

  6. 4000 BCE Cats Worshipped By Egyptians Considered sacred by the ancient Egyptians, many pictures and statues of cats have made down through the millennia.

  7. Science magazine reports that cat domestication goes back 12,000 years. That encompasses a lot of toys and even more naps. The process appears to have taken place in the Middle East — think Israel, Iraq, and Lebanon. Domestication did not happen overnight. Cats did not go from wild beasts to softly purring pets — just, sort of, one day.



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