According to Pet Centric by Purina, the average pet cat is capable of jumping more than 5 feet high, without a running start. Depending on the cat, this can be as much as seven times the cat's height. More »

Domestic cats are naturally capable of swimming, although they typically do not enjoy water. One reason why cats avoid water is that their coats becomes waterlogged when submerged. More »

House cats eat a mixture of wet and dry cat food that their owners present to them. It is best to ask a veterinarian about specific foods to fit a particular cat's needs. More »

Cats use the muscles in their back legs to jump up to 8 feet in a single bound. According to Cat Wisdom 101, most cats have the ability to jump distances six times the length of their bodies. More »

An economical option for outdoor or feral cats involves a plastic storage bin, a cardboard box to fit inside, and Styrofoam squares for insulation. You can place a vinyl flap over the door to keep out wind and rain, and ... More »

Flame point Siamese cats are cats with the traditional Siamese appearance and reddish-gold color points on their ears, face, feet and tails. This variety of cat is also called a red point Siamese or a colorpoint shorthai... More »

Although cats should always have clean drinking water available, a house cat can survive for a few days or sometimes up to a week without water. House cats were originally from desert climates, so they are predisposed to... More »