Cat owners are used to having their pets appear healthy, so it’s a little weird to see a litter of kittens with a tail that isn’t fully covered.
Thankfully, these kittens aren’t the result of some cat-inflicted injury, but rather a stray kitten from a nearby shelter.
They look nothing like the ones that came before them.
In fact, the kittens aren, in fact, completely different.
Here are six cat-like traits that cat owners are unlikely to see every day:The cats aren’t fully exposed to the elements.
Some of the kittens are covered with fur, but most of them are not.
This means they have to be kept warm, dry, and well fed.
They can’t go outside at all and must have a lot of exercise to keep them well-conditioned.
The cats’ fur is also soft, which means it won’t absorb much water.
That means they won’t shed much and won’t be shedding any hair.
If a kitten is really stressed, it can become extremely lethargic.
Some cats have an unusually large and fluffy coat.
This is usually the result a litter that was raised by an experienced cat owner.
It’s a natural trait that’s not too common, but some people are more sensitive to the cat-cat interactions than others.
Some cats have a really long tail, but others don’t.
The length and shape of a cat’s tail is one of the things that distinguishes it from a puppy or kitten.