Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Cats And Kittens Wallpapers

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Cats And Kittens Wallpapers Biography
CAts and kittens  have long been loved for their pristine beauty. Their snow-white brilliance, often coupled with blue, green, golden, or "odd" eyes makes them stand out among multi-colored cats, such as tabbies, calicoes, and tortoiseshells. On About.com, we have traditionally celebrated white cats in February, because their pristine, snow-white coloring reminds us of the snow in February. This same likeness accounts for the many white cats named Snowball or Snowy. By the same token, white cats are often named Casper, and my own long-ago kitten was named Puff, because of her resemblance to a fluffy dandelion "puff."A genetics coupling causes many (but not all) white cats with blue eyes to be deaf. White cats with "odd eyes," i.e. one blue eye and one green, hazel, or golden eye, are sometimes deaf in the ear closest to the blue eye. These anomalies occur only with the dominant white gene, and even some cats with that dominant gene are exceptions, if they are born with even small patches of color other than white. According to this exceptional article by Sarah Hartwell,

"5% of the general cat population is white cats (i.e. pure white). 15-40% of these pure white cats have one or two blue-eyes."
"Of those white cats with one or two blue eyes, 60-80% are deaf; 20-40% have normal hearing; 30-40% had one blue eye and were deaf while 60-70% had one blue eye and normal hearing."The cat and kittens  shows a high degree of geographic variation. Asiatic subspecies have spotted, isabelline coats, African subspecies have sandy-grey fur with banded legs and red-backed ears, and European wildcats resemble heavily built striped tabbies with bushy tails, white chins and throats. All subspecies are generally larger than housecats, with longer legs and more robust bodies.[4] The actual number of subspecies is still debated, with some organisations recognising 22,[1] while others recognise only four, including the Chinese mountain cat, which was previously considered a species in its own right.[2]
Genetic, morphological and archaeological evidence suggests that the housecat was domesticated from the African wildcat, probably 9,000-10,000 years ago in the Fertile Crescent region of the Near East, coincident with the rise of agriculture and the need to protect harvests from grain-eating rodents. This domestication probably occurred when grain was yielded from the Agricultural Revolution onwards, which was stored in granaries that attracted rodents, which in turn attracted cats.[3]This site is devoted to cats and kittens. Topics and articles related to cats and kittens will be discussed. This site contains information such as cat and kitten health, cat care, cat pictures, cat stories, cat and kitten products and services, cat food, cat and kitten behavior, holistic and natural care for cats and kittens, breeding, cat humor and more!

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