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Cats, one of the most popular pets in the world today, have been companions to human beings for thousands of years; as of 2015, there are more than 500 million domestic cats worldwide. Although domesticated, these home-l...

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The lion is the second-largest member of the cat family, growing to a height of about 4 feet, a length of 5 to 8 feet and a weight of between 330 and 500 pounds. Female lions are generally smaller, but do most of the hun...

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Kittens are the young of domestic cats; they are born with fur but have their eyes and ears closed and are helpless. Their eyes begin opening when they are about eight days old and can focus when the kitten is two to thr...

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Bengal cats were originally developed in 1963 when Jean S. Mill bred domestic cats with asian leopard cats. Because of this unique breeding, the Bengal is the only domestic cat that has rosettes similar to those found on...

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Cats have been the favorite pet in the United States since 1987, when the species overtook dogs, and, as of 2015, there are currently around 500 million domestic cats in the world. A group of adult cats is called a clowd...

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While wild cats such as the famously fleet-footed cheetah can reach incredible speeds of 70 miles per hour, domestic cats can hold their own with speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.

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