I need some information on cats since I have 4 and I can't seem to find anything out on the internet. 1)How long do they live 2)How tall do most cats get 3)What health problems do most cats have 4)How often do they sleep Any other information is greatly appreciated!
1) about as long as most dogs I would think...it may depend on the breed of cat and whether or not it lives inside or out 2)Mine is about 6 to 8 inches tall, but she's a runt so it may not aply... 3) Feline aids and lukemia, cancers, ulcers most health problems are related to outdorr cats. If its an indoor cat it's MUCH less likely that it'll get something...besides maybe cancers. 4)They sleep A LOT mine sleep 15-18 hours a day.
1)How long do they live? My fiancee's dad's cat was 22 when he passed away and many of the older cats that come into the shelter are around 10 and seem perfectly healthy. I would say an average cats lifespan would be between 10-15 years. 2)How tall do most cats get? My cats are around 10 inches high but it just varies on the individual cat. Some are taller and some just stay short. 3)What health problems do most cats have? Probably the Most Common problem that cats get and one of the most treatable is upper respitory, i.e. the equivalent of the human cold. All of the other problems are of course possible and as mentioned are more common with outdoor only cats but most cats can be protected from many of those if given all of their vaccinations. 4)How often do they sleep? Also varies on the individual cat. One of my cats sleeps alot and my other cat is psychotically energetic and will go for hours but expect them to sleep at least 6 hours out of the day. Any other information is greatly appreciated!
1)They can live anywhere (granted they are in good health and die naturally) from 10-20 years, average 15 I suppose, with exceptions. 2)They are around 7-8 in. in height on average 3)http://www.hsus.org/ace/13944 4)They sleep almost the entire day and get up to play and eat. *xoxo, FrostyGirl* http://188.8.131.52/users5/furkid/index.cgi