Friday, November 22, 2019

Why Do Cats Have Tails?

The tail is why a cat always lands on their feet. It acts as a counterbalance and helps when they are walking on narrow surfaces, such as a fence or shelf. The tail also helps them balance when running and jumping. Cats' tails are actually extensions of their spines. An injury to the tail can cause damage to the bladder, intestines and can affect bowel control. Help keep your kitty's spine flexible with Ask Ariel's Ultra-Flex Collagen - a natural food supplement to support joints and connective tissue.