Tabby Cat Hiroshi Hiding In Bed

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Meet Hiroshi, a little muffin that is oozing with cuteness. This very curious cat is hiding behind the pillows and blanket then slowly approaches the person video-recording him. As he nears the screen, Hiroshi goes over the camera. You can see the cautiousness on his face as he moves toward the device. He is in ninja mode as he sneaks and creeps up on the camera. Those timid, puppy-like eyes will melt your heart into pieces!

Admit it cats are at their loveliest during their “kittyhood”. Kittens hold a very special place in the heart of their owners. The first encounter between cats and their owners are always during the animals’ early years.

There are people who prefer adopting kittens than adult cats. Kittens make perfect sense for those who want to see a little fluffball grow into the household and their heart. So what are the reasons why some people like having kittens than going for adult cats?

First, the notion of an ugly kitten does not exist. Kittens are the cuddliest pets around. Yes, they will grow into beautiful cats and it is thrilling to be part of your kittens’ transformation from mini-furballs into goofy cats.

Second, it is easier to train cats when they are younger. Kittens’ personality can be set as well as their behavior. You can play a huge role in the total packaging of your kittens. Raising your kittens will shape your future relationship with them.

Last, kittens are generally more accepting to be in a new home than adult cats due to the reason that for them everything is new. Cats are more sociable and friendly when they are in their kitten phase. “Infantilization” is important for cats for them to grow more amiable to humans, other cats, and fellow pets. It won’t work once they are adults.

Tabby Cat Hiroshi Hiding In Bed
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Soldier Goes To Great Lengths To Bring Home Cat

This video is about the heartwarming story of a feral cat named Kasha that restored faith in U.S. Staff Sergeant Jesse Nash, an American soldier in Afghanistan. This is an amazing tale of how the cat and the soldier remain together through war and peace, with the former paying a high cost to bring Kasha to the U.S. where she deserves a good life.

Jesse almost gave up after a suicide bomber attacked their barracks in Afghanistan. Thank God for Kasha who became his savior when he was emotionally unstable. In return, Jesse gave a better life for the cat by taking great lengths to bring Kasha to the Oregon.

Jesse and Kash’s story is a living proof that even during times of war, there can be moments of beauty and kindness. The friendship and bonding developed between the two are a touching reminder of humanity as well as the enduring power of animals to affect the lives of humans.

In the history of early wars, animals have played huge roles in transport, logistics, cavalry, and communications. Their psychological function for troops is also well documented and has continued in modern warfare.

Animal therapy has emerged as a promising development in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Many American military veterans are suffering from PTSD following their deployment from Iraq, Afghanistan, and other areas of conflict where the U.S. is actively involved into.

Pets such as dogs and cats have measurable positive impacts on soldiers with PTSD. Animals serve as the diversion of soldiers troubled by recurring thoughts of a traumatizing experience. In the case of Jesse, he suffered mental distortion after a suicide bombing incident that resulted to the deaths of his comrades.

The affectionate nature of cats and dogs can help soldiers with PTSD reduce stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure and boost their immune system.

Fate has its way to change the directions of the lives of people and animals. Jesse and Kasha were probably meant to cross each other’s paths to remind them that life must continue no matter how tough and challenging life sometimes is.

Soldier Goes To Great Lengths To Bring Home Cat
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Rudiger Only Kind Of Loves The Snow

If you are looking for snowplowing services during winter, you might consider hiring the cat in the video. Rudiger is a famous internet cat who lives in Saint John, New Brunswick, East Coast of Canada. In the video, the cat excavator attempts to deal with a four-foot snow drift. The cat is like, “Lemme outta here, I need to poop outside!”



The East Coast of Canada always experience heavy snowfall during winter. This poses a dilemma to owners who have outdoor cats. Rudiger is probably an indoor cat, so that lessens the headache for his owner.

Owners should take extra precautions to help their cats survive during wintery months. The associated dangers brought by cold weather could affect your cats. Cats are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. They the latter experience when their body temperature drops below 100 degrees Fahrenheit or 37.8 degrees Celsius.

There are several factors that determine the comfort of cats to varying temperatures. Some of them include access to food and water, familiarity with their surrounding, and the overall health of the cat. These factors can play into how desperately lousy the weather can be.

Please do not leave your cats in the garage overnight during winter or even when it’s cold outside. The garage is a repository of household items that may contain chemicals. If you have a car inside the garage, make sure that the engine is off. Your cats might use the engine area as a temporary shelter during cold evenings.

To provide optimum comfort for your kitties, nothing beats indoor living. For cats that prefer the outdoor environment, protecting them from the cold and wind can be done in the confines of your own backyard. Locate a windless spot where you can stack a bale of hay, which your cats can use for winter-long safety.

Rudiger Only Kind Of Loves The Snow
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