Cats are crepuscular, which indicates that they are most active in the early morning and late evening.
Cats are meticulous animals when it comes to their “toilet.” In the event that you have many cats, you should have a separate litter box for each one of them. During their awake hours, cats might spend up to a third of their time grooming themselves. Cats that live inside have a longer lifespan than those who do not.
It’s possible that cats’ purring is a kind of self-soothing behaviour since they produce this sound when they’re unwell or upset as well as when they’re joyful. Cats will refuse to eat an unappealing diet until they are forced to starve.

It is true that many cats are lactose intolerant, contrary to common assumption.
Even when they are only four months old, female cats have the capacity to get pregnant.
All of the items listed above (grapes and raisins, as well as onions, garlic, and chives) are particularly toxic to cats. Grapes and raisins have been linked to renal failure, albeit the exact explanation for this is unclear at this time. Meanwhile, onions, garlic, and chives may induce anaemia in your cat by wreaking havoc on his digestive tract and blood circulation.