Cats are fascinating animals, and people have different powers for centuries. Belief that cats have nine lives or transmit the souls of the dead to another world are legends long ago, but many cats are perceived as mystical creatures with super powers. Do cats really have super-powerful eyesight in dead darkness? The answer to this question is no. Cats can not see in full darkness, but their vision is much more pronounced in halftone than in other animals. This structure is directly responsible for the structure of the cat’s eye.
In relation to the size of the head, the cat has extremely large eyes. Anatomically observed cat’s eye consists of several layers of tissue. The white part, that is, the candlestick consists of thick fibrous tissue rich in blood vessels, through which the oxygen and nutrients are transferred to the contents of the eye. The outer part clearly overlaps the eye and is called the cornea. It is composed of extremely thin layers of cells arranged in a unique way, so that the cornea is transparent and allows the light to enter the eye intact.
The cat in the midnight can wide open the eyes, ie iris (colored part of the eye) and thus “miss” as more light is possible. This ability allows her to see much better in the dark compared to other animals and of course people. Also, the retina (the back of the eye) consists of two main types of photo-sensitive cells. Cells responsible for light pulses are called rods. Comparison for the human eye has 5 cells has 4 photos of sensitive cells or sticks, while the cat around 26 cells has 25 wands.
Exotic short-haired cat or so-called Exotica is a newer breed born in the 1960s in the US by crossing a Persian and short-haired American cat. A cat like plush toys of short but soft silky fur, compact material, full faces and, in many, sweetened facial expressions, quickly attracted the attention of many. This cat has become known as the Persian for lazivci. An exotic cat was created after a long-standing crossover of the American short-haired and Persian cat. The inspiration for this new race was always a popular and sought-after persian which would be a little less demanding for caring. Some sources state that in later work on the development of the race there was also crossing with the Burmese and Russian blue cat. At the beginning of this cat they encountered various reactions and the question is whether this race would now be recognized and acknowledged by the judge of the felinological association Jane Martinke.
Exotic is very similar to the persian cat. The material is strong, massive muscular body and wide chest, but good proportions. The neck is brush and strong, the head is round. The legs are muscular strong and short and paws are round with fingers between the fingers. The head is massive, broad and broad, the nose is short and fatter, full cheeks, a strong jaw, and the broad and chin is well developed. The eyes are large and round well-spaced, and the color of the eyes is protected by the color of the fur. The ears are small, wide-set, slightly leaning forward, and the tops are rounded. The tail is a short and rounded tip. Short, very dense and soft, not popular with the skin. All variants of fur and eye color permitted in Persian cats are permitted in exotic ones. The hair can be white, black, blue, red, cream, silver, turtle (blue, black), all the samples are tabby, shaded, colorpoint, tabby point, color point.
100%

Quality Products

100%

Successful Deliveris

100%

Satisfied Customers

How many cigarettes and tobacco smoke have a detrimental effect on people’s health has long been known, but recent studies and studies have shown that this habit and addiction can endanger the health of pets. American scientists have determined that depending on age and other factors, cats exposed to passive smoking may have up to twice as many chances of illness.

Similar to humans, cats exposed to tobacco smoke are more susceptible to asthma, respiratory illness, inflammation of the lungs, and other viral infections. The problem is even greater because cats breathe much faster than humans. According to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, cats living in the household with the owner who smokes a pack or more a day are three times more likely to suffer from serious lymphoma than cats living with the owner of a non-smoker. If they are exposed to tobacco smoke for five or more years, the risk is tripled. If there are even two smokers living in the house, the cat will have a four times greater chance of getting sick from some form of cancer.
Apart from the smoke of tobacco smoke, the danger lies in the fumes. Cats are very playful and curious by nature, so they will easily find or extract some peanuts from the floor or other place. The tobacco, nicotine and toxic substances sinking, which even in small quantities can lead to the death of a cat. Cats are washed daily and kept their own fur, and by lying in their organism, they can enter toxic substances that remain on their hair. By introducing tar in small quantities for several years, the cat can get cancer of the mouth and lymph nodes. Veterinarians emphasize that in addition to carcinogenic diseases, passive smoking can cause other problems such as diarrhea, vomiting, difficulty breathing and heart problems.