Playing Cards – Cat Pet Care/Training Tips and Recipes

Playing Cards - Cat Pet Care/Training Tips and Recipes

Playing Cards – Cat Pet Care/Training Tips and Recipes Great gift item for the cat lover as our double deck of Cat Care/Training Tips & Recipes Playing Cards contain a number of tips on training and taking care of your cat. Also 54 recipes are featured on the other deck which are sure to please any feline.Among the featured cat facts are the following:Contrary to popular belief cats are not showing you their affection when they rub their heads and bodies against you. In fact it’s a cat’s natural instinct to mark you and their territory with their scent. A cat is showing its affection for you when they bump you with the front part of their head. These ‘head bonks’, also known as ‘bunting’, is a behavior that begins when cats as kittens rub around their mother’s head when they are seeking to nurse.For a variation on your cat’s diet try…Potatoes Au Catin3 cups boiled sliced potatoes, 2 tbl grated vegetables, 1 tbl yeast, cup creamed cottage cheese, 2 tbl grated carrots, cup whole milk, 1/4 cup grated cheese.Layer the ingredients minus the milk and grated cheese into a casserole dish. Pour the milk on top of the mixture and sprinkle on the cheese. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees until the cheese melts and browns. Cool. As a potato substitute use 3 cups cooked oatmeal or brown rice.This double deck of Cat Care & Training Tips/Recipes Playing Cards is sure to delight the cat member of your family and provide insights into developing a healthy and loving relationship with your cat.Comes in two individual packages of 54 cards each.

The simplicity of the puzzles is misleading. Although the concept is quite simple – finding the pieces and repairing them together – an amazing level of mental activity is required to complete the necessary steps to complete a puzzle. Psychological studies have identified a number of thought processes that are necessary to achieve what is in fact a complex process of identifying shapes and images and relating them to a general pattern. More importantly, solving puzzles is great work for the brain and can have therapeutic benefits.

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