Cats are often a bit of a strange beasts.
They’re not as well known as other animals in the animal kingdom, so they don’t have the same kind of public image as dogs or pigs.
But thanks to the fact that they’re a very social pet, we’re pretty sure that cats can’t resist being a little bit curious.
This is particularly true for birthdays, which tend to be marked with an assortment of colorful birthday cards, decorations, or even a full-on party.
Birthday cats have also made the list of most common cats’ birthday in Canada.
Here’s what we learned.1.
Cats are born with a unique and very special genetic trait called “feline hyperplasia.”
It’s a condition in which your cat’s cells multiply, producing a whole new type of cell called a placenta.
This placental mass then gets attached to the cat’s ovaries and creates a baby.
The cells have to survive and grow through several stages before reaching a certain stage of development and eventually reaching adulthood.
In this case, it’s a little over four months of pregnancy.
The cat’s hyperplastic cells grow at the rate of a few thousand per day, which is about the same rate as humans.
This means that cats that have a high incidence of the condition have a lot of time to mature and have a healthy pregnancy.
This growth is what gives them their distinctive appearance, which can vary from the “lumpy” cat that’s got long legs and an adorable tail, to the more athletic and athletic “tall” cat with round, fluffy ears and a long tail.2.
Most cats have two different types of blood vessels.
A normal cat’s heart pumps blood to its body.
But as the blood volume of the blood vessels gets bigger, it can’t pump as much as it should.
As a result, the heart starts to pump out more and more blood.
This leads to a swelling of the vessels, which causes a condition called dilated cardiomyopathy.
The swelling then causes the heart to become more difficult to pump, causing the heart muscle to constrict and eventually cause the cat to faint.
In most cases, the cat recovers fully within three to four weeks.
However, in some cases, like in cases of hypertrophic cardiomegaly, it may take as long as a month or more to recover.
The condition is very rare in cats, but it can affect any breed of cat, including felines.3.
Most breeds of cat have two kinds of hair on their heads.
They have long, straight, or curly hair on top, and the rest of their bodies have short, curly or straight hair on the sides, backs, or belly.
Some cats are born bald, while others are born curly-haired.
The cat’s hair color is also usually very consistent between breeds.
The average cat’s natural hair color depends on how the cat was raised, but there’s no set standard.
The most common natural hair is greyish-brown or black, while some breeds have more than one natural color.4.
Most cat owners keep their cats indoors for the rest.
Most people don’t know how much time cats spend in the house.
In fact, cat owners are often surprised to learn that cats are so active outdoors!
Cats often spend most of their time in their outdoor den or pen, or in the cat room, or sometimes just roaming around.
Cats also enjoy a wide range of activities, including playing, playing with toys, jumping on furniture, eating treats, climbing on trees, and even taking baths.5.
Cats love to play with toys.
Cats have a really big interest in toys, which they use to learn to interact with each other and other people.
Toys include things like stuffed animals, toys, toys with strings or other objects, toys for climbing, toys that can be used as climbing posts, toys made to fit in a person’s hand, and other toys.
Cat owners often take their cats for long walks, which make it difficult for them to sleep at night.
If a cat is bored or is not getting enough exercise, he or she may need to take a break.6.
Cats can’t sleep in their own bed.
The best place to sleep is usually in a cat carrier or a kennel with other cats.
Cats do need to lie down on a hard surface to sleep, but most cat owners don’t think much about this, as they have no reason to believe that they will wake up if they are not sleeping.7.
Cats usually only use one ear for all sounds.
Cats may have a very specific preference for one ear, which could lead to problems if they have problems hearing.
Cats with a narrow or large ear can also have difficulty hearing what others hear.8.
Cats rarely play together.
In a typical cat-and-dog relationship, the other cat usually spends most of the time playing alone