Training Your Human

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To continue Katzenworld’s series on training, Pawfessor Loki and Headmeowstress River offer some of their most trusted techniques for training your human housemates.

Chances are, you know most of these methods like the back of your own paw. But just in case you were napping through Kittengarten, Katzenworld has you covered.

Problem: Your Human is Glued to their Mobile Device

Pawfewssor Loki brings his years of feline wisdom to the clawsroom. Pawfessor Loki

It doesn’t matter whether your human uses a tablet or a smartphone. If they are holding either one, chances are they are not petting or brushing you.

It’s best to take a direct approach here. You can communicate most effectively by getting right on top of the offending electronics.

Jump into your human’s lap, and rub your face against their smartphone or tablet. Stick your face over the edge of the screen. Walk repeatedly in front of the screen, making it impossible for your human to crush…

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Cat Travel: Cat Cafe てまりのおうち(Temarinoouchi) Part 4

Hi everyone, After much delay I managed to sort the rest of our Japan cat photos hehe! 😉 So let’s continue the many cats from the Cat Cafe てまりのおうち (Temarinoouchi). Their Japanese website can…

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Cat Travel: Cat Cafe てまりのおうち(Temarinoouchi) Part 4

Katzenworld

Hi everyone,

After much delay I managed to sort the rest of our Japan cat photos hehe! 😉

So let’s continue the many cats from the Cat Cafe てまりのおうち (Temarinoouchi). Their Japanese website can be found here.

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Give me the food!

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You want to sit here? Sorry spot is already taken!

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Pretty please! Give us more food. 😀

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❤ Yes all for me

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I’ll give you a « high five » for some more cat food. 😀

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And I’ll do my Meerkat impression for it!!!

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Someone is very popular with the resident cats haha! 🙂

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Yes… definitely popular LOL.

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One word: Awwwww!

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More? Please!

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My turn!

More of our top picks of the cat cafe will follow soon! 🙂

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Thanks,

Marc

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Happy #TRT – Tummy Rub Tuesday (Week 86)

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Hello everyone,

Welcome to another week of Tummy Rub Tuesday! Oh, and if you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter yet, why not sign up by clicking here to never miss a TRT again. 😀

The easiest way to join TRT is by sending us photos to info@katzenworld.co.uk.

Please find below the photos for this week:

This cute cat in black and white joins us from LittleRivers.

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Now isn’t Bridget just too fluffy and adorable? 😀 She is one of the cats over at our Twitter friends MyFourCats4

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Our friend Yvonne has sent in this adorable shot of Minx! 🙂

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Who will wake Brutus for a tummy rub? Another great entry from Beth!

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Will you join me in my basket and give me cuddles? Yuki was sent in via email by Chhaaya.

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Meet Brichac who was sent in via Facebook by Alena.

And last but not least important, Noctus!…

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Mews: Shortest living domestic cat (height)

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Hi everyone,

The Guinness World Records kindly gave us permission to repost some of their cat world records as part of their 2016 book which is available in stores!

Today we are looking at the Shortest living domestic cat (height):

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The shortest cat is Lilieput, a nine-year-old female munchkin cat, who measured 13.34 cm (5.25 in) from the floor to the shoulders on 19 July 2013, and is owned by Christel Young (USA) of Napa, California, USA.

All photo credit goes to the Guinness World Records.

We’ve seen plenty of munchkin cats in our cat cafe features in Japan! But Lillieput certainly looks a lot shorter. I always wonder how these little ones get on with their life as the normal activities can’t be easy for them! 😦

And don’t forget you can subscribe to our Newsletter by clicking here.

Thanks,

Marc

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Celebrating Your Pet’s Life with Photos

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All of us who have pets know that they won’t be around as long as us. It’s the reason I
milo-collagemost often hear when I ask people why they don’t get another animal, even after a long period since a beloved pet has passed on: they just don’t feel like they can deal with losing a pet again. Dealing with a pet’s death is usually our first unwanted introduction to death, often as a child, but that doesn’t mean it gets easier as we get older. To put it bluntly, our pets just don’t live long enough.

I recently had the great privilege of photographing a good friend’s family and her dog that was dying of a fatal heart cancer (I mostly photograph cats, but some pups too). We knew that Phoenix, who she had since he was a puppy, had only a few weeks left to live, even though outwardly…

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