The Catpreneur

Out of this World

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More than half a century ago, a Parisian street cat was launched into space by the French space program. She returned alive, was euthanized and studied by scientists who were interested in the effects of anti-gravity on a living organism.But the legacy of Félicette was quickly forgotten by history and Matthew Guy is on a mission to change this. Read more at Global News

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How Many Licks Does It Take To Become Closer To Your Cat?

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Unlike dogs, cats have no interest in pleasing their humans. In fact, your feline friend is really more interested in how you can please them. If you're struggling to bond with your cat, though, this weird accessory known as the LICKI brush lets you lick your cat so you and kitty can participate in bath time together. Seriously, I'm not being cheeky here: This cat licking brush lets you lick your actual pet cat just like a mama cat would lick her kittens. Maybe licking your cat can finally help you shift the power dynamic in your relationship allowing you to finally bond with your...

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Fat Cats

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The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is doing a study about individualized weight loss plans for kitties. They said with cats, weight loss is pretty similar to humans, but they are studying how to go about that without losing motivation. Read more at ABC 13

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Cat Craftsmen

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A campaign revealing mini furniture for cats is unveiled in japan amid a new generation of craftsmen’s hopes to build upon a once-prosperous industry. The 60-second clip shows the feline friends-come-guinea pigs getting comfy on genuine furniture scaled down to their size. Read more at designboom

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Mark Twain And His Cats

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Mark Twain, AKA Samuel Clemens, turned his signature wit to a number of subjects–boyhood, the legend of King Arthur and even cats. “If man could be crossed with the cat,” he once wrote, “it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat."Read more at Smithsonian.com 

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