True, cats do not need language, all communicate together without problems, we should learn from them (and much more)
:) Yes, like this cute couple. Best regards Miki and Ella
Thanks Miki&Ella, I'm glad you like, the I caught in that position and I thought the idea of photographing them sympathetic, a meow from us from Madrid
Well there enjoying the sun yes two! A beautiful photo, Like and greeting Catrin
Here the color difference between the two can be seen, the tabby cats look the same but are not.
Exactly, one is more gray and more brown! But both beautiful!
True, they are all beautiful, I've had many cats in my life and I have come to tell them apart by the color of their fur, I have come to the conclusion that every color produces a certain character, I guess that in cats there is a very strong genetic component as happens with people. A vet will not tell you that black cats are highly intelligent cats or tabbies are more sleepy than others, they are things that you learn to observe base your whole life.
I have all of my cats similar forms of behavior, depending on the coat color, found. So all my black cats are talkers! They tell the whole day and are often more sensitive than the tiger. The Tieger are self-confident but quiet. It's really funny that, at least for my cats, same characters with the same skin color!
Glad to hear it, friend Catrin, because it is a subject I have commented sometimes and many people have taken me mad or anything, it's true, each coat color corresponds to a different type of behavior, I think the European race, which apparently is the most abundant, has features of many other breeds of cats and by the percentage of each behave well. I have another cat adopted from the Norwegian Forest breed and is diametrically opposed to the other, it is very quiet, in fact just like a cat by her side, hehehe, is an angelic beast though arguably is much more boring than their playmates .
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