Cats do have a belly button just like any other animal that is born with an umbilical cord. The belly button is where the umbilical cord connects an animal to its mother.Continue Reading
The belly button of a cat can be hard to find. As a kitten grows, its belly button decreases in size and becomes nearly impossible to see. When kittens are born, owners are sometimes tempted to remove the umbilical cord; however, for the cat's safety, this is not recommended.
When a female cat has been spayed, the resulting scar can be confused for the belly button. This has prompted many vets to use tattoo ink to mark the incision site.Learn more about Cats
The Nemours Foundation explains that a belly button is simply a scar left behind by the umbilical cord which was removed after birth. It serves no real purpose after a human has left the womb.Full Answer >
It is normal for a newborn's belly button to bleed a little bit after the umbilical cord falls off, as noted by Mayo Clinic. It is also normal when the cord is still in place as it heals.Full Answer >
Also known as Naked Lady, Saint Joseph Lily and Cape Belladona, the amaryllis plant is toxic to both cats and dogs, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. All species of the amaryllis plant are toxic if eaten by cats and can cause symptoms, such as vomiting, tremors, abdominal pain, diarrhea and depression. The bulbs of the amaryllis plant are very toxic and pose the greatest danger to cats.Full Answer >
While male cats are often friendlier and more affectionate than females, cats' personalities depend largely on early socialization and whether they are spayed or neutered. Intact female cats focus more on kittens and litters than on humans, while intact males can be aggressive and dominant.Full Answer >