There are over 64 million house cats in America alone. That's only one species. There is 36 wild cat species all over the world. It is impossible to keep track of their number and domestic cats (house cats) alone, breed fast and often when feral.
by Credence2 3 years ago
http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/09/politics/ … n-america/I know that we have beaten this gun issue like a dead horse, but that number is startling. That is almost a gun for every man, woman and child in America.Yet, conservatives tell me that if guns were registered, subject to background check,...
by zolaente 22 months ago
I was in the past watching the talking cat video and now my cat has been talking clear for some time. Has anyone here also had the problem of them learning maybe words they should not repeat? At first it was cute and still is but, at times I have audio and video on since I do bodypaint shows and...
by Nspeel 7 years ago
Is it possible to earn over $50/Day on hubpages alone?
by molometer 5 years ago
Why do some people still have this dual relationship with their cats. Pet and pest control.Many people love cats, it is true. We can see this from the almost constant flow of cat photo's on Facebook. We know that cats are good for keeping rodent populations under control. However recent research...
by qwark 9 years ago
Human population is rapidly approaching 7 billion.The planet earth cannot support another generation of increase. There will have to be a 'culling" or 'diminution" of human beings to a level which can be successfully nurtured. Will a 1 world gov't provide the strength, intelligence,...
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
What Are The Most Expensive Domestic Cat Breeds?What are the top 4 or 5 most expensive cat breeds to buy?
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