Many well-loved cats of the world live outside North America. Though cats in different countries have different life styles, in part because of different climates, the one thing cats of the world all have in common is that they universally love - and are loved by their humans. We honor cats of the world here, to embrace both their differences and their similarities.
Read the other stories of cats of the world, then share your own story.
The Philippines is a developing country, and while people do their best, there's certainly not the same options that someone from, say, North America would have. If you live outside Metro Manila, or …More
Cats are often thought of as rodent control. Most of the cats live outdoors although some live inside. Declawing is available but not done very often. My home is open so the cats go in and out all da…More
I've always kept cats as a child and they were mostly outdoor cats. 20 years ago we didnt have any commercial cat food, specialised cat litter (we used dirt!) and only one vet in the entire city. we …More
Most Swiss - well, Europeans in general - prefer to have their cats roam outside during the day. Onychectomy or "declawing" as an elective procedure is illegal in most European countries under the Eu…More
Most metro area councils encourage owners to keep their cat indoors- in my area, it's illegal for them to be outside of your property. That said, cultural change takes a long time and I daresay the v…More
Because I have lived in busy cities for most of my boys lives they are indoor cats. When they were younger I built climbing frames, tunnels and scratching posts for them. But as they are older the cl…More