National Geographic: The Secret Life of Cats

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1998
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breeds of domesticated felines

Though some might look

to the untrained eye like

mistakes of nature...

each coupling is carefully

planned to make a winner.

But a cat needn't be a winner

to be the object of affection.

Well, it's Rush's

third birthday.

We have birthday cakes for us,

so why shouldn't we have

a birthday cake for

our four-footed child?

The Ross family has taken

feline adoration to new heights

They're very much our family.

Well, hi, Neut.

Hey, Rush,

here's some food coming.

My husband spoils the cats.

Of course, I don't.

And so he always has the cats

eating with us at the table.

One more bite,

but don't let it spoil you.

You won't get the same thing

tomorrow night.

They like to have the food

that we're eating.

And they oftentimes will eat

very peculiar things,

things they would never eat

if you would

put it in their bowl.

As you can see,

our cats are very well fed.

But well-fed cats

still do hunt.

So we keep them inside.

And our cats are never bored.

Shirley May loves her cats.

But even she knows,

there can be

too much of a good thing.

When I was a child,

there was a family down

the street who had some cats.

And they didn't have

them altered.

And there were kittens

born all the time.

Well, of course,

I thought that was great,

because I loved kittens.

Super kitty

flying through the air!

There are more than

born in this country each day-

and more than twice

that many kittens.

Sheltered and well-fed,

cat numbers can soar

if reproduction goes unchecked

Cats are prolific.

One female can have as many

as 30 kittens a year.

In just seven years,

she and her offspring

could produce over

Suddenly, sometimes,

those kittens would disappear-

and nobody seemed to

be able to tell me

where the kittens went.

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