Cats are smart animals. Some of them are thinking, "People provide me food so I will like them right off the bat." Some cats are thinking, " I don't trust them quite yet." Whatever one they are thinking doesn't really matter to us. They are cute, cuddly, quick-witted animals who don't want to be ignored. I don't think they meow to hear themselves talk. Cats need food, water, and a place to sleep. Sometimes they will not approve of the sleeping schedule that you gave them so they will sleep somewhere else. Sometimes they like where you choose and sleep there. Cats can range from different colors and breeds. Some cats are black, orange, black and white, white, tortoiseshell, and more. I like all types of cats. They like to stay awake at night sometimes, so don't be alarmed if you wake up in the middle of the night with a cat crawling on your bed. Before you find your cat, you must ask yourself if you have the right materials to get a cat. Also ask yourself what kind of cat you want. If you don't know what kind of cat you want then I suggest that you find out. When you find your cat, he/she needs to be vaccinated, and spayed or neutered so they won't repopulate. When you take your cat home you need to make sure that you have food and water for him/her. Most of the time cats do not listen when you try to teach them tricks. They may play with a ball or a fake mouse, but he/she will probably dismiss his/her self in any private lessons. Cat like to prowl around your house, so you may see your cat on the window sill out of the blue. Make sure that your cat has a collar on so that if he/she gets out of the yard, someone will call you if he/she is found. Do not bother buying a leash because they will not allow you to put a leash on them. Cats are very fast runners. Make sure that your cat knows where their litter box is because you wouldn't want them getting the litter box confused with the kitchen. If you have small children, make sure that they know not to annoy the cat or pet the cat when he/she is eating or sleeping. If you have other pets, make sure that both your other pet and your new cat are introduced to each other and approve of sharing the house and splitting the attention. Remember that cats deserve to be treated like family, because they are family.