Cats & Kittens

Cat V Remote Controlled Centipede33s

Cat V Remote Controlled Centipede

The four-month-old kitten named Orange wasn’t sure what to make of the plastic remote controlled centipede which began chasing him across the floor of the room in Korat, Thailand.

Published: November 30, 201721,540 plays$76.92 earned
This Charming White Cat Loves To Pose For The Camera35s

This Charming White Cat Loves To Pose For The Camera

Cats are known for their cute and quirky appearances and behavior. Whether they are ready to pounce from a secret location, standing on his back legs, sitting in a cardboard box or simply staring at you with their inquisitive eyes, cats are gorgeous creatures. Haku, the most adorable white cat , wants to show her irresistible cuteness by posing in front of the camera and stretching to full length. Her body is upside down as she makes precious paw gestures for the camera in this famous internet video. She opens and shuts the paws few times in succession. Maybe she wants to warm them up before she gets to her feet, pouncing and resuming her usual cat play. This white ball of fluff does everything with a level of cuteness that puts normal cats to shame. In fact, she could even teach classes on the art of being cute. Haku is charming and elegant. Who doesn’t want to touch those smooth milky white furs and love them? Although, cats have various colors like black, brown, gray or even orange, white cats are the most lovable . Haku loves to play. She is quite acrobatic too - especially when you take out a toy fishing pole or a cat dancer toy. She will leap, run, and pounce on the toy, which is great fun to watch. And when she purrs? It is one of the most delightful sounds. Cats love to be pet, held, and cuddled. Plus, they are extremely loyal. Give them a bit of attention, and you'll get a lot of love in return.Most cats are litter-box trained. You won't have to walk them on cold, rainy days. They do prefer doing their business in a clean box, so keeping the box tidy is a must.

Published: April 10, 2018223 views
Guess Who Has Awoken The Inner Dog With This Game Of Fetch? 1m24s

Guess Who Has Awoken The Inner Dog With This Game Of Fetch?

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks but this cat unleashes a very well-trained inner dog as she repeatedly plays fetch with her owner. Is this common cat behavior or is it something truly unique? Contrary to popular belief, cats are quite trainable. It might not be the same as training an easy-going dog, but it is possible. Auri the cat has recently started playing fetch with a small piece of knitted wool. Maybe Auri was raised by dogs! Watch the video! The owner of the cute calico cat gives the command “psst”. The cat is sitting on the table, very much focused on the piece of knitted wool and very likely to obey. We do not usually get this impression of engagement and readiness in cats, because we are normally used to expecting the same thing from dogs and dog behavior when we see videos of trained animals. The cute calico jumps after the bait and after a few nibs and l licks , Auri returns the wool to the exhilarated owner. Amazing! In some ways, training cats is similar to dogs with treats, rewards and practice. However, there are some differences even within that. Unlike dogs who can take some punishment training (though positive works better), cats get stressed out by punishment which causes problem behaviors. You don’t want that. So the best method for cats is reward-based training. Unlike your dog who will accept his kibble as a treat, cats a little fancier and need better treats. Diced chicken, turkey, cat treats, etc. Also, unlike dogs, you can only really train for cats for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. You’ll need to repeat the routine over a few days if you really want it to sink in. Clicker training is also a good way to train cats as it eventually cuts down on their treat eating.

Published: April 4, 20182,626 plays$4.93 earned
This Is Why Cats Sweep Your Desk Clean While You Are Gone1m39s

This Is Why Cats Sweep Your Desk Clean While You Are Gone

Even if you do not have a cat, then most likely you saw videos with furry rascals dropping various things from tables, shelves and other places where people usually put things. If you ever wondered why they are doing this, and what is happening in their small cat's brains, then you have come just to the right place because we have the answers to these questions. In the video above you can see a typical representative of felines and their devious activities. The owner of this cat regularly comes home to a very clean desk which is not the way he leaves it. The floor, however, is covered in random papers, receipts, money, USB sticks, and everything else that used to be on his desk. He finally catches the culprit red-pawed, as Shorty carefully sends each item tumbling to the ground followed by a blank stare. Why do you think they do it? According to Dr. Ellen Whitley, what we label as rude behavior, is nothing more than a manifestation of the instincts of a predator . "’Playing with the prey’ is the usual feline behavior while hunting. When a cat pushes an immovable object with its paw, it also "plays". A cat's instinct tells your cat that the trinkets lying next to it on the table can turn out to be mice . Even a chubby tabby wouldn’t miss the opportunity to have a quick snack, so they push things to be 100% sure that this is not a living thing. When a thing falls to the floor, the cat realizes that this is just a purse, not a mouse, and quickly loses interest in it, " writes Dr. Whiteley.