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Our cat statues and cat figurines create interest and offer charming cat themed gifts and ideas for the cat lover. Our selections of cat statues and unique cat sculptures include a wide selection of Sandicast cat statues and sculptures such as Siamese Cats, Black and White Tabby cats, sleeping orange cats to angel cat statues and kitten statues. We even have a wide selection of concrete cat statues and small cat figurines for the garden.
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Cat Holding Bird Nest Feeder
Cat Holding Bird Nest Feeder
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Cat Holding Bird Nest Feeder
Here's a cat who is doing the right thing holding a bird feeder for the garden. Aluminum.
Sleeping Cat Bootbrush, concrete cat boot brush
Sleeping Cat Bootbrush
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Sleeping Cat Bootbrush
Fancy a cat boot brush for the home or garden featuring a peaceful sleeping cat statue. Cast stone.
Licking Cat Statue - Resin
Licking Cat Statue - Resin
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Licking Cat Statue - Resin
If you are seeking unique cat statues, then our large licking cat might be an appeal for the cat lover as it highlights one of kitty cat's favorite poses. Resin and marble aggregates. Finishes available.
Sleeping Kitty Cat
Sleeping Kitty Cat
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Sleeping Kitty Cat
A picture of innocence, our sleeping cat statue is shown with a tranquility and peace that knows no boundaries.
Cat with Binoculars Statue
Cat with Binoculars
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Cat with Binoculars
Made of concrete, our cat statue appears to be enjoying a moment with nature or is he up to his tricks?
Playful Kitty Cat - Bronze Statue
Kitty Cat Bronze Statue
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Kitty Cat Bronze Statue
Our bronze cat is having a playful session as he props himself up on a shelf ready to steer his paw around.
Praying Angel Cat Sculpture
Praying Angel Cat Sculpture
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Praying Angel Cat Sculpture
Our garden cat sculpture is shown in a praying posture and comes beautiful detailed as a memorial sculpture as well.
Oscar the Cat Statue
Oscar the Cat Statue
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Oscar the Cat Statue
One of our whimsical cat statues is Oscar the cat who will herald your garden as he stands up with a whiskey smile!
Reading Garden Cat with Specs
Reading Garden Cat with Specs
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Reading Garden Cat with Specs
Here's a cat all ready for a read in the hot summer sun. Aluminum.
Cat Peeper Garden Sculpture
Cat Peeper Garden Sculpture
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Cat Peeper Garden Sculpture
Here's a peeper who is out to get the birdies. Aluminum.
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Our cat statues catalog offers a unique selection of cats from bronze cat sculptures perfect as gift ideas for the cat lover to cast stone cat statues and figurines suitable as memorial cat sculptures for the garden. We also feature unique cat statues which will do well indoors like our Persian cat sculptures and cat shelf sitters enough to surprise the unsuspecting passerby. Visit us for our range of cat statues and sculptures at MyGardenGifts.com.

Why We Love Our Cats

Many American house owners treasure keeping pets and one of the favored pet animals is the cat. In the United States alone, about 80 million cats are kept as household pets and even though we have experienced years of socialization with the cats, we still do not quite understand them as we’d like to know. Perhaps, cats tend to be more mysterious than dogs or could it be that cats tend to look to us as their equal companions? In other words, could cats be treating us on the same level as their fellow cats? That’s quite a thought to mull over but research has indicated that cats may be treating us like another fellow cat while dogs are known to treat us separately. Sure, by all means noted, cats may realize we’re different from them and much taller too! But that has not diminished the feline enthusiasm in treating us the way they like us to see them as. And the truth is cats can be very affectionate and playful. They like to have fun and they naturally appreciate the love they get from their owners rubbing about our legs and sticking their tails up in the air. And yes, cats love attention and they love to get that attention constantly from us!

Cats have long been associated with mankind for about 9,500 years and there have been many cases of domestication of cats as early as the Neolithic era. Cats were also highly venerated in ancient Egypt and were regarded as sacred in ancient Egyptian society. In fact, the Egyptians worshipped a female Goddess called Bastet who is said to be half feline and half woman. Because of that, killing a cat in ancient Egypt may lead to uncertain death for any one. They were treasured and kept by the wealthy often paraded with pride. Unlike ancient Egypt, the ancient Romans did not keep cats as frequently as dogs. Actually, they did not appreciate cats and preferred dogs and birds as pets.

Research has also indicated that cats can get stressed very easily and do not always get along with other cats. In fact, whether we realize it or not, cats can be easily affected mentally and health wise. This means that cats should be visiting the vets more often than we think although the reasons why they are sometimes sent to the vet may arise due to a wound which came from fighting with another cat. In other words, what all this means is we are not always aware when a cat might need the treatment from a vet because most often than not, we do not understand when they are stressed and in need of hospice care. We send them to the vet because of an obvious need to treat them such as a wound in need of care but as household pet owners, we still do not understand how to assess a cat when it is truly “sick” and in need of help. And so, when you think about it, cats can be fragile animals. They may acquire diseases like dermatitis and cystitis, and all this is said to arise due to psychological stress. As such, more studies are needed to study the behavior of cats and their social lifestyle.

However, it is obvious that man loves their cats a lot. Although there is a need to still understand them more, we tend to find ways to associate with our pet cats. Cats in turn, acquire their socialization habits with us by carrying on the grooming that their mother cat gave them. As such, cats would cling on to us moving about our legs and sticking their tails up as a way of relating to us closer. They may also knead and purr to show their approval to their owners. It is the way they communicate with us. However, cats will avoid someone if they feel that the person is causing them stress and anxiety. So, it is common to see a cat relate to one member of the household more than the other. Perhaps, the other person is simply giving it too much stress and cats deal with the stress by avoiding the person.

All of us love our cats but more needs to be done to research the behavior of cats as they relate to people. It is not always easy to understand how cats think about us but cats are known to be highly intelligent. They are clever at assessing an environment and learning what works with them. Cats adore us. When they rub their bodies closely to us, it means they value us. Cats never rub their bodies with another cat that they consider to be inferior to them and that’s because cats do not appreciate another cat around them. Most people do not understand this and purchase additional cats as companions. They must be prepared to let go if the environment becomes stressful for all the cats in the household to take. In all, cats are one of the favorite pet animals in the American household. We treasure our cats and we care for their dietary needs. Perhaps, what remains, is to understand them better so we know how to help them when the need arises for that.

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