One thing all the cat lovers can agree on is that two cats are better than one. And to all of you who don’t agree with that, we have proof below that will change your mind.
But first, let us tell you some reasons why there should always be two cats instead of one. If you want your cat to be happier, give it a friend that will mentally stimulate him/her and entertain each other when you’re too busy to play around. It makes training much easier. It makes it easier to prevent picky eaters. Basically if they see one another one of their kind, eat something they don’t like, slowly they’ll change their minds toward that food. Even though they’ re so good at keeping themselves clean, still with another kitty can help the other groom in places that are hard to reach. There are sooo many reasons, but hey we don’t have to try to convince you, because the pictures below speak for themselves.
Scroll down to check this awesome collection that you’re going to love the second you lay eyes on it.
1. Relationship goals
2. A picture full of love
3. These two
4. Our cats huddle by the A/C vent when it’s hot outside
5. Mother and daughter are so precious
6. There was nothing there. Weirdos
7. Mirror image
8. Only thing better than napping with a cat is napping with two.
9. Lets just sleep like this
10. Stray friends
11. Brothers Herbert & Douglas cuddling at a local shelter
12. Baby don’t leave me!
13. My black cat looks like my white cat’s shadow
14. Happy 4th birthday Mario and Milo! My favorite picture of the two of them together!
16. Indie and Ghost
17. She brought a friend the next day
18. Pancake and Hallow just met but I think they might love each other.
19. I introduced my fur babies to my newborn. Going to be an interesting next few years
20. My parents didn’t want a cat, this stray and her baby decided otherwise. Obviously my parents now have 2 cats
Stunning Photo of Bengal Tiger Taking a Stroll in Front of Ancient Ruins
A beautiful subspecies of Panthera tigris, which we simply call the Bengal tiger, was spotted by the photographer Nitish Madan, in Ranthambore National Park. The park is a mix of nature, history, and wildlife which also boasts a plethora of fauna besides the tiger. However, tigers are the creatures that Madan is most fascinated by. In fact, he’s spent over 10 years waiting for the perfect moment to capture a tiger walking in front of the picturesque Ranthambore Fort.
“My fingers were numb from the cold and I couldn’t feel them anymore. It was the moment I had been waiting for as long as I could remember. I shook my head in utter disbelief as I lifted my camera and was so glad to have been able to press the shutter button. I already knew how to compose the shot as I had practiced it a thousand times before, only this time it was with a tiger in the frame. It felt so unreal as if it was a mystic dream with a tiger crossing our world.” Madan recalls.
Through his photos, the photographer tries to advise us to treat animals with respect and care. In addition, he reminds us that due to poaching and environmental changes, such majestic creatures are slowly disappearing.