Presentation on theme: "Anitra K. Acuna. §I§I got her when she was 6 months old. §S§She was always with me, when I was sick or doing homework. §I§I got her to give me kisses."— Presentation transcript:
§I§I got her when she was 6 months old. §S§She was always with me, when I was sick or doing homework. §I§I got her to give me kisses on my cheek when I asked her to. §S§She loved drinking water from a faucet so she could get water on her nose. §O§October 5th 04’, I found out that her kidney’s failed completely so I had to put her to sleep.
Fun Facts About §Has become the most popular pet in America. §Cats have 230 bones, no collarbone. §Their pelvis and shoulders are loosely attached for their flexibility. §Whiskers above their eyes are their sense devices for night time prowling. §All cats are born with blue eyes, but after 12 weeks their color changes. §Cats urine glows in the dark. But you may need an UV light in order to see it.
More Fun Facts §Cats must have fat in their diet because they can’t produce their own. §Cats sense of smell is 14 times stronger than a human's! §Besides their noses, cats can smell with something called the "Jacobson's organ", located in the upper surface of their mouths. This is what cats are using when they scrunch up their eyes and open their mouths after sniffing something stinky!
Want Some More Fun Facts? §Cats only sweat from the pads of their paws. §Cats are color blind but they can tell the difference between red, blue, and green §Whiskers by their nose tell a cat whether the space they are entering is big enough for it! §Cats respond most readily to names that end in an "ee" sound. “Here Kitty, Kitty…………………...