Does your cat have ESP or other special intuitions and powers?
If you are a cat person, maybe you sometimes ... have these same abilities, and studies have shown that beyond their ESP capabilities, certain smells, vibrations and sounds may contribute to why an animal knows when something will happen before it does.
Bogue: Why do woodpeckers peck on metal objects?
it's to let any woodpeckers ... Sometimes she pulls them out. Any ideas why? Some people think cats drink this way because they like to drink from moving water. Others think they have trouble seeing the top of the water and don't want to get their noses wet.
Why Do Cats Hate Water?
Cats are ... and wet fur makes her less spritely, increasing her sense of vulnerability. Although her fur's top layer does have a degree of water resistance, it's not enough to keep her dry when she's been thoroughly dampened. The Nose Knows Some owners ...
Ask a Vet: Should a Cat's Nose Always Be Cool and Moist?
If your cat's nose is usually cool and moist, and then suddenly becomes warm and dry, your cat may have a fever or be dehydrated (or both -- fever almost invariably leads to dehydration in cats). Or not. Sometimes ... are overly wet often do mean that ...
PetShed tips: Why is my cat a fussy eater? (From Swindon Advertiser)
Interestingly they also like wet food served at body temperature (which is the same temperature as the live food they catch out in the wild!) - this is why they may appear to turn their noses up at food straight from the fridge. Sometimes, fussiness is ...