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  • 1. CATS
    By GianninaPedrosa
    I’m sorry
  • 2. OREO
    All my life I wanted a cat. I wanted someone to be as moodswingy as me, and someone who will just listen to me when I rant about school. I just wanted a cat so much.
    It was a few nights after Ondoy when my sister spotted this little kitten about to get eaten by a local Rottweiler on his daily walk. My sister knew how much I wanted a cat, and decided to save the little kitten’s life and at same time make a little girl’s birthday wish come true.
    The rest is all history. I’ve been with Oreo for about a year now, and she has been the sweetest everrr
    “Some people will think cats aren’t as lovable as dogs, but cat owners will tell you these mysterious animals can be sweet and playful.” –Cats and Kittens
  • 3. Different breeds of wild catsTo be shown in next slides
    TIGER
    LION
    JAGUAR
    COUGAR
    CHEETAH
    LEOPARD
  • 4. Different breeds of domestic cats
    PERSIAN
    SIAMESE
    MANX
    RUSSIAN BLUE
    EUROPEAN SHORT HAIR
  • 5. TIGERS
    Did you know the Siberian tiger is the biggest cat in the world? They are also one of the largest meat-eating animals in the world. The heaviest Siberian tiger was recorded at weighing 465 kilograms! That’s a lot! Tigers live in southern and East Asia. They live in forests, woodlands and swamps. They used to live in larger areas, but humans built houses and farms on much of the land.
  • 6. LIONS
    They say the lion is the king of the jungle, when they don’t even live in the jungle! They live in a savannah. The savannah is dry, flat and open land. They live in prides, often consisting of four-six females and one or two males. The females are usually the ones that hunt, but if the prey is big, the males come in and help. They hunt during the morning or night, when it’s cool. Once it has its meal, it doesn’t need to eat again for several days.
  • 7. CHEETAHS
    Cheetahs are the world’s fastest land animals. They can run up to 105 kilometers! But they only have 30 seconds to catch their prey before they run out of energy.
    The king cheetah is a rare mutation of cheetah characterized by a distinct fur pattern. It still has spots but it also has stripes. They also have a mane.
  • 8. JAGUARS
    Jaguars are very good swimmers. Of all cats, they are the ones that love water the most. They like to live in swampy areas or places that flood during the rainy season.
    They have really powerful jaws. So powerful, it can pierce the shells of armored reptiles.
    Jaguars are mainly found in Central and South America.
  • 9. LEOPARDS
    Many years ago, it was believed that a leopard was a hybrid of a lion and a panther, because its name which is a Greek compound of lion and male panther.
    Leopards climb trees to rest or eat their food in safety. Leopards kill prey that is bigger than them. They are excellent climbers and are strong enough to carry their prey up a tree, away from other hungry animals.
  • 10. COUGARS
    The cougar is also known as a mountain lion or puma. They are not known as women who like dating much younger men. So please, do not be confused.
    In places where humans built their homes near the cougar’s natural habitat, people have been attacked by these cats.
    They like to eat deer, elk, moose and bighorn sheep.
  • 11. CUBS
    A big cat’s offspring is called a cub. There are usually between two and four cubs in a litter. Cubs need their mother’s milk for the first few months, but gradually they start to eat meat. Tiger cubs hide behind their mothers for safety. Adult male tigers will kill any cub that is not their own. Less than half of the tiger cubs in the wild live to the age of two years old.
  • 12. HOUSE CATS
    Dogs used to be the number one pet in the world for a long time, but now, cats are the number one pets. Many people find cats easy to take care of: they don’t have to be walked, bathed, and they can be left alone for a day or two.
  • 13. KITTENS
    Kittens are very playful and curious, and they bite a lot, since they’re teething. If you want your kitten to be friendlier, let it be around other people so it gets used to humans. But don’t scare it with your ‘AWWW’s.
  • 14. Trivia
    The ancient Egyptians loved cats so much they punished anyone who would harm them.
    The ancient Egyptians used to mummify cats.
    Cats are among the oldest mammals found on the planet.
    The average lifespan of a cat is around 15 years.
    YOU COULD TRY STROKING A CAT TO RELIEVE STRESS.
    A cat is unable to taste sweetness.
  • 15. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    Cats and Kittens, Linda Murray
    100 Questions Filipino Kids Ask, Adarna House
    Google Images…
    Why Are Lions Lazy?, Miles Kelly Publishing