We could easily spend a full day talking about all the things we find cute about our felines.
Those big round eyes. Their furry little bodies. The way they snuggle up with us when we least expect it. And what about those adorable noses?
The nose may not be one of the first things you notice about a cat, but it can often be the first thing you feel.
How many times have you been given an early morning wake-up call as your feline’s cold nose presses against your skin?
The first time a pet parent is treated to this gentle, cooling tap, there can be a tinge of worry; concern your newest family member is coming down with a cold. There’s no need to worry.
It’s perfectly normal for a cat to have a wet nose all the time. In fact, it’s often a sign of good overall health.
While cats do typically have cool, damp noses, this doesn’t have to be the case all the time.
Some have drier noses than others. And even if your cat happens to be of the wet nose variety, there may be the odd occasion where it does happen to feel dry and warm.