The characteristic aloofness of cats may lead some to believe they don’t need or want anything from us pitiful humans. However, while cats may appear more independent than most pets, they still need certain creature comforts that only their human slave (or guardian, as we prefer to call ourselves) can provide. Comfort isn’t all they need, however, so find out what else makes for happy cats.
“Mr Bigglesworth? Mr Bigglesworth! Mr Bigglesworth, where in heaven’s name are you?” Sound familiar? Okay, so maybe your cat is named Munchkin or Felix or Sam. But the bewilderment at how your kitten can disappear after turning away for five seconds is always the same. Why do our kittens like to hide so much?
Kidney problems are fairly common in domestic cats, particularly as they age. The kidney performs the vital functions of assisting in the regulation of blood pressure, controlling the fluid content of the blood, production of certain enzymes and hormones, and removing waste from the feline system. So they’re not something little Sylvester can do without.