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My Tonkinese Cat Sounds Like An Alien

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In this video, you will see a Tonkinese cat having a “little conversation” with his owner. The Tonkinese seems like he wants something and his owner keeps on asking “What do you want buddy?”. As the conversation goes on, the cat’s meow sounds like as if he was under the spell of an alien from space.

Tonkinese cats’ meows can sometimes sound like a baby dinosaur or a baby crying. Their purring is so different from other breeds. There are times when they meow like Gollum from The Lord of the Rings! Isn’t that cute?

Tonks are affectionate cats (most cat breeds are!) and have the reputation of being social felines. Their wonderful personality and kitten-line traits tend to remain throughout their life. They love children, other breeds of cats, and dogs.

Purring is an indication that your cat is in a friendly, social mood. Cats can produce different sounds including meows, purrs, growls and hisses. These types of sounds are used by cats to communicate with their human companions. In the video, the Tonk was like “can’t we talk in private?” mode.

You and your cat might speak different languages, but his meows can bridge the language gap. To determine what your cat feels, observe their eyes, the tone of their voice, and the motion of their tail.

Your cats’ chirps and meows can tell you whether they are feeling affectionate or if they are in pain. A purr indicates that a cat is happy. Growling and hissing mean that your cat is having a bad day. It is advisable to leave them alone when they are in that mood.
Cats are like humans too. Mood swings are unavoidable due to certain “catly” circumstances. As their human companion, you have to be vigilant to know whether your cat is content, irritated, nervous or anxious, defensive, frightened, and angry or aggressive.

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Sphynx Cat Gets Into The Bathtub By Herself

Many people have this misconception that cats hate water. Cats have earned reputations for having aversion to being wet. But in this video, we see a Sphynx cat being taught by her owner to get into the bathtub by herself. The cat shows that she likes to swim in the tub. After several tries, she learned to get into the mini pool of water all by herself.

There are other breeds of cats that are fond of swimming and taking a dip into swimming pools or lakes or getting in the shower with their owners. These breeds demystify the idea that cats are afraid of getting wet. Some of them include Maine Coon, Abyssinian, Manx, Japanese Bobtail, Bengal and American Bobtail.

Cats can swim! Their cousins in the feline world such as tigers and jaguars are known as swimmers. Most domestic cats have water-repellent coats, so wading in the water is not a risk for them. They love dunking their toys in water which fascinates them.

Some of the water activities enjoyed by cats are pawing water from bowls, drinking from a dripping faucet, bathing with their owners in the shower and doing a few laps in the pool. Other cats love wading under the rain.

If you have cats that hate water, is it possible to teach them how to enjoy the idea of tolerating a bath? Here are several tips to consider :

¥ The art of bathing should start when your cat is a kitten. This will accustom them to bathing.
¥ Quick and efficient bath is important. Preparing the bath area is necessary.
¥ Cat shampoo is a must! Your cat’s skin can be sensitive to human shampoo.
¥ Bathing should be done with another person to help restrain your cat during the bath.
¥ Water toys or toy cats are helpful when bathing your cats.

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Cassiopeia. My Sunny Somali Cat

Most cats are fun-loving and have sunny personality that makes them endearing to their human companions. Meet Cassiopeia, a Somali cat who loves bouncing around the house. Her owner describes the cat as naïve, curious, very funny, and has big “squirrelfish” tail. The very beautiful cat has a tendency to show off, the owner adds.



Somali cats are a little darling to their owners. They are adored by pet lovers due to their friendliness. They are also the easiest to breed. They are beautiful creatures that are very agile and smart. Their beauty is almost perfect!

Cat owners consider Somalis as one of the most adorable breeds. Somalis are known for being huge climber. They can climb to the top of closet doors. They can jump from one furniture to another! Their Spiderman-like skills are just amazing!

In the video, Cassiopeia loves when the bed is being made. She enjoys the company of her owner while the latter does her day to day activities. Somalis are a vivacious little wonder! They can be cozy too, says Cassiopeia’s owner.

If Cassiopeia is another animal, she could be a squirrel due to the length and features of her tail. Those long and thick furs have a personality of their own!

Cassiopeia enjoys entertaining her owners so much. Her unique bond with her owner is evident in the video. She just adores her owner to the heavens!

The stunning beauty of Cassiopeia and her gorgeous sunny personality make Somali cats as ideal pet animals. If you are planning to have a cat, a Somali is a must in your top five list!

Cassiopeia’s behavior means that she is a happy cat. Cats that enjoy the company of their owners live in an environment that is conducive to love, affection, and lots and lots of love! Love your cats and they will love you back ten million fold.

Cassiopeia. My Sunny Somali Catimage – https://www.youtube.com/embed/PM-Q7jFq178