Kitty Cats Game

Kitty Cats Game

Kitty Cats Game Online - Play Free Fun Cat Web Games

Kitty Cats need your love. Play, pet, and dress them up! Pick your favorite cat. Feed it, dress it up, or just play with toys like a ball of wool, a mouse or every cat's favorite: the cardboard box! Parents can play along. Have fun!

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How to Play Kitty Cats Game

Left mouse button/Tap Screen - Activate buttons, items and toys Hold Left mouse button/Touch Screen - Pet your cat.

Why Kitties Purr

According to WebMD you shouldn't assume that sound means your cat is in a good mood. Or that it's the only time you'll hear it. Purring is the most common sound kitties make. Yes, cats purr when they're content. When yours is curled up in the sun, you may hear a gentle rumble as he breathes in and out. Kitties also purr to communicate other emotions and needs, too. Cats also purr when they get hurt or are in pain. It might simply be a way for a cat to soothe itself, like a child sucks their thumb to feel better. Some research suggests that purring actually helps cats get better faster. The low frequency of purrs causes a series of related vibrations within their body that can: Heal bones and wounds, Build muscle and repair tendons, Ease breathing, and Lessen pain and swelling. It is almost magical, don't you think.

Some Fun Facts About Cats for Kids

You might have heard the statement a black cat crossing in front of you is considered bad luck, but that isn't necessarily true. In Japan they think all black cats are considered good luck. No matter which color they are, kids and adults love the companionship of a cat. According to the websites Science Kids and Fun Facts there are many fun cat facts for kids. A group of cats is called a clowder, a male cat is called a tom, and a female cat is called a molly or queen. Baby cats are known as kittens and they often do not open their eyes until 9 days from their birth. The initial color of a cat baby's eyes is blue and varies as it reaches few months old. Older cats can at times act aggressively towards kittens.

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