Cats

Some articles on cats, cat:

Mastocytoma - Cats
... Two types of mast cell tumors have been identified in cats, a mast cell type similar to dogs and a histiocytic type that appears as subcutaneous nodules and may ... Young Siamese cats are at an increased risk for the histiocytic type, although the mast cell type is the most common in all cats and is considered to be benign when confined to the skin ... and splenic involvement is more common in cats than in dogs 50 percent of cases in cats primarily involved the spleen or intestines ...
Leonor Fini - Life and Work
... preferred to live in a sort of community - A big house with my atelier and cats and friends, one with a man who was rather a lover and another who was rather a friend ... One of his jobs was to look after her beloved Persian cats ... The sphinx and cats play major parts in her paintings, as does the theme of 'the double' ...
Geobreeders - Were-Cats
... "changing cats" or "ghost cats" ... The origins of the were-cats are unknown ... create a position of power to force humans to allow were-cats to live unhindered ...
Human Bonding - Human–animal Bonding
... between people and animals, domestic or wild be it a cat as a pet or birds outside one's window ... epileptic patients were given the prescription to spend time each day taking care of cats and dogs ... for example, dogs for herding and tracking, and cats for killing mice or rats ...
2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Season
... The 2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 52nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 60th overall ... The Tiger-Cats finished the season in second place in the East division with a 9–9 record and qualified for the Grey Cup playoffs for the first time since 2004 ...

Famous quotes containing the word cats:

    The cats will be glad; the fathers feel justified; the mothers
    relieved.
    The sons and husbands will no longer need to pay the bills.
    Childhoods will be put away, the obscene nightmare abated.
    Louise Bogan (1897–1970)

    Authors like cats because they are such quiet, lovable, wise creatures, and cats like authors for the same reasons.
    Robertson Davies (b. 1913)

    Here was a little of everything in a small compass to satisfy the wants and the ambition of the woods,... but there seemed to me, as usual, a preponderance of children’s toys,—dogs to bark, and cats to mew, and trumpets to blow, where natives there hardly are yet. As if a child born into the Maine woods, among the pine cones and cedar berries, could not do without such a sugar-man or skipping-jack as the young Rothschild has.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)