Cute Exotic Shorthair Kitten Making His Bed

This video presents a 10-week-old Exotic Shorthair who is making his bed before settling down for a nap. The cat’s name is Pancake whose kneading behavior is depicted in the video. Pancake’s owner describes this instinctive trait as “making biscuits.” He adds that Pancake makes his bed as a way to set his mood before hitting the sack.

Kneading begins in kittens shortly after birth and serves a purpose for them. But why does it continue into adulthood? For zoologists, kneading is a way for cats to calm themselves when they are feeling anxious. There are other reasons for kneading but one thing is for sure – a cat who kneads is a happy cat. The expression of Pancake’s face in the video is an incontrovertible proof to that!

According to Pancake’s owner, the tabby cat enjoys eating vegetables such as lettuce, pumpkin, and cucumber. Cats are known for being a carnivore. Not all vegetables are safe for cats to eat. Some of these veggies include onions and garlic which can be toxic to cats. Before you feed your kitty any vegetables, please be vigilant or consult a veterinarian.

Pancake turned one-year-old in October 2016 and he celebrated his birthday with a stack of pancakes, topped with tuna and corn. The average life expectancy of a cat is typically 12-15 years. Exotic Shorthairs can last between 8 and 15 years. There are several variables that affect the life expectancy of your feline companions. Some of them are diet, exercise, overall health, lifestyle, and breed.

Obesity is one of the health problems often faced by Exotic Shorthairs. Compared to other kittens, Pancake looks sturdy, rounder, and bigger. Owners are advised to provide their cats with a balanced diet that is rich in vitamins, protein, and fiber. Always remember that fat cats are not healthy cats.

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