Muffin’s Weekly Mewsings #3.

Meow, meow!=Hi everyone, Muffin here! Welcome back to my “Mewsings” for this week! Today going to be a bit different, not talk about my fun human. He did do some funny things, but I will talk about them another time. But yesterday when he try to do funny thing for me he actually hurt himself when he fall over antique oak chair. So that one not funny, not like when he get hurt. Most of time he not really hurt, just do something funny to make me laugh. But this one made me think, hey, I got good idea! I talk about why having a cat in house is good for human people’s health! Aside from fact we just cute and cuddly, we also good for many other things too. Everyone should have cat, even if you have dog. Cats and dogs can be very good friends, especially when start as kitten and puppy.

We cats like to keep clean too!

These facts I share today not something I make up myself, these facts come from actual studies done. Even dogs good for many health reasons too, but since I a cat then we concentrate on health benefits of cats for humans. Did you know that we cats can help children with their health right from very early age. When children under a year old were exposed to a cat in home, they were less likely to develop allergies of many kinds, not just allergy to cats. But high exposure to cats in children early life does protect against pet allergy. Also it help to protect against allergy to dust mites, ragweed and grass. And early exposure to cats helps reduce risk of asthma in kids. Also help to reduce risk of obesity. And interaction with cats helps kids absorb sialic acid which does not occur naturally in human body, and it help to regulate inflammatory reactions.

My handsome boyfriend, Mr. Cat.

Cats also help to improve behavior and social interaction in children who have disorders like autism spectrum disorder. Cats helped to provide them with valuable bonding, attention and calming affection to the child. Wow, talk about lots of things we can help human people when just still children! But it not stop there, we good to help adults with their health as well in so many ways. But I think maybe that have to wait for next time, there so much more good health news to come! Right from little children and all the way up to older humans we can be good to have around to be a big help to you and your health! Some of these health helps would apply to having dog as well.

My human always like to disturb my nap with that camera thing!

Did you know that cats and dogs actually make the best pets of all animals? It true, really. And cats are the number one pet in whole world! That all for today, don’t forget to come back Thursday, this week, for part 2 of cat health benefits for human people. Have a very bemeowtiful day everyone!

Muffin (as meowed to my human, Steve)

Β©2020 Steve McLeod.

36 Comments on “Muffin’s Weekly Mewsings #3.

  1. Muffin you are soright. ..Cats are great to have around .but here there are at least 13 cats that live outside and that is too many. I once had awonderful cat who looked a lot like Mr Cat..His name was Bugs Boo and and he had a brother named Bo. Bo like to stay on top of the doors in our house. There are still scratch marks from how he got up there.
    You take good care of Steve. He needs a lot of help.

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    • Meow,meow!=wow that lots of cats,πŸ™€ too bad they not have good homes. That sound like nice cats you had! I try to look after him, but not easy, he hard to train.😹😹 Thank you for reading!😺

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  2. Cats are a delight ! Muffin I am happy you were adopted by a good human ! Maybe you could purr him to sleep ! β˜•οΈβ˜•οΈπŸ˜»πŸŽ„

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    • Meow,meow.=Thank you for reading. Yep, I agree. I would try purr him to sleep, but he go to bed when it time to get up, very strange behavior.😹😹😴


  3. A house with a cat is a home. We adopted Callie from the Humane Society and we were told her first adoptive parents brought her back because she made their kids nervous. She is a high-strung little diva but I think the kids made her nervous. Anyway, she has a permanent home with us, even with her Tortitude. Callie sends purrs to Muffin and Mr. Cat! 😻🌭 πŸ” 🍟 πŸ•πŸ³ 🧈 πŸ₯ž πŸ§‡ πŸ₯“ 😻

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    • That’s so nice, I’m sure Callie loves it there with you!πŸ˜€πŸ˜Έ Sometimes kids don’t know how to handle a new cat in the house.πŸ™„
      Muffin and Mr. Cat thank Callie for the purrs and send purrs back to her!😻😻

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  4. I know what you mean about dogs and cats making the best pets. There used to be a Rolf’s Animal Hospital programme on TV and what annoyed me about it was “too many cats and dogs”… but I’ve looked into getting more exotic pets (of the feathery or furry variety, I’m not interested in frogs or lizards (except dwarf aquatic frogs for fishtanks, which makes wonderful pets. But I’m not the type of person who’d want a dinnerplate sized croaking toad in my living room))… anyway I looked into these more exotic pets and came to the conclusion that the reason dogs and cats are so overwhelmingly popular (as well as hamsters and budgies) is that they make the best pets. It’s as simple as that!

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    • Yep, it has been proven through studies that no other animal is as good a pet as a cat or dog. And cats and dogs offer more health benefits for humans than any other animal. Yep, cats and dogs make the best pets.

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