It is no secret that the British love their Pets to distraction and would do anything to make them stay happy. But does their love is so strong? This question is to look for answers.
To date, the majority of the UK population (24.2 million inhabitants) have Pets. Particularly, popular among them are cats, since most people live alone and very independently from each other. People with this type of lifestyle called “independent pets” is an independent Pets. implying in the title that these owners definitely have Pets. In the UK cats about 8,000 million. In addition, other popular British Pets are dogs, birds, rabbits, fish, Guinea pigs and hamsters.
If you decide to walk in the UK, we will meet with hundreds of new “faces” and smiles cats, showing that there is nothing surprising in the fact that the Cheshire cat from “Alice in Wonderland” was a clear hero, a fantasy writer Lewis Carroll. English cats really worth a smile. A well-known fact that the British on their Pets a year spend nearly half of their earnings, and over the past 5 years, the cost of animals increased by 25%.
The relevance of the study topics allowed the British to date is determined by the fact that this topic is inextricably linked with povsednevnosti gives new exits to the study of everyday life of the British. The importance and popularity of history of everyday life here, it is needless to say: life, the details and peculiarities of everyday life and culture is extremely important for understanding how private moments and people in General. Continue reading
Wild rat called the Norway rat. Beauty is representative of mammals. Rat length of 20 cm, and weighs up to 500 g. The specimen that exceeds these dimensions is already a giant rat. Norway rat with age becomes red, while the fur is initially more grey-brown than grey. The rat is an amazing animal, it can adapt to any conditions, eat, chew, lives almost across the globe, although the birthplace of the rat, Southeast Asia. The tail of the rat, just a symbol of abomination and aversion, though I don’t think so.
Active mainly from dusk, the rat is unique, it changes your circadian rhythm, adjusting to the lifestyle of its major neighbours – people. A rat in the house – a common sight any time. In the wild the rat leads the group way of life, although there are exceptions. The biggest rat (male) is the “king” of the family. The group formed a strict hierarchy dominated by males. The group maintains its colonial lifestyle and owns a certain territory, which fiercely protect. City rats don’t need large area, so not removed from the nest too far, under conditions of abundance of food. For example, in rats in Moscow, only move around a single home, not trying to capture more territory. Rats are very smart and have a good memory. They simply orentiruyutsya of complex sewer systems, remember your way and always know where they can hide. Rats run fast and constantly in motion. The rat swims well, according to some, this animal can be in water up to 70 hours, in addition, the rodent is able to dive and stay under water some time, and even hunt in the water column. Although the weak point of the rat – vision. Rats the eye effectively is not needed, the main thing is the nose. A wild rat will never be the home rat. Brand manual can only be a decorative rat. To buy a rat at any pet store. These days, all the white rats and blue rats are very popular as Pets. Large rats are not popular, now everybody is looking to have a baby. Continue reading
This breed is a wonderful home of giants arrived to us from far-away America, is considered the birthplace of Maine. Literally the name of the breed translates as “Manx raccoon” due to the resemblance of the Maine Coon coons powerful physique, color and a luxurious tail. Sometimes the origin of the breed is associated with raccoons, allegedly it came from crossing domestic cats with these animals. In fact, this question is veiled in obscurity.
Appearance the Maine Coon
Cats of this breed are the largest purring Pets among other people. The body of an adult individual reaches more than 1 m in length, and the weight ranges from 5-7 kg (females) up to 10-12 kg (males). In addition, these cats:
well-developed muscles, making them sort of chaps, though not to the detriment of the usual cat’s grace;
legs of medium length, fairly wide apart;
between the fingers there are tufts of hair;
the wool of unequal length: the head, legs and shoulders – short; on back, belly, and tail long;
tail tapering towards the tip, and its length equal to the length of the cat;
snout moderately elongated; Continue reading