To estimate the length of a cat's body without the use of a ruler to measure, use an object that an estimate measurement is known to estimate the length of the cat.
A naked cat
Inches would be used to measure a cat. If you want to measure it in feet or yards you would convert the inches into feet or yards, but leaving the measurement in inches is more appropriate.
A cat's height is determined by the length from the floor to the top of the cat's head. Generally the ears are not taken as part of the measurement.
The height of a cat is measured in centimeters with a graduated rule.
That depend what aspect of the cat you want to measure - its length, mass, etc.
use a tapemeasure and start at the nose and go to the tip of it's tail for it's full length
Use a piece of string - if the cat will stay still long enough for you to run it the length of the body. That way you can measure it properly against a ruler.
Kilograms (kg) or pounds (lbs) are the most common units used to weight a cat.
A Tom Cat.
The maximum length of a cat 5 e cable with out a repeater is 100meters
First sedate it (jk but get it to stand still somehow) then just use measuring tape or a meter stick
This depends on the cat. Domestic cats vary greatly in size. The average length is The average length of a cat is around 50cm with an extra 30cm for the tail. The average weight is 3kg to 6kg.
it depends how lond and thin or fat the cat is
The term that would be more appropriate is bathe a cat. You would do this by getting the proper shampoo for cats then using warm water you would wash the cat. Like most animals you would need to be careful when washing by the ears.
The length of the tail or even the cat depends on the type of cat. Body length from 20 to 46 cm. Tail averages 25 to 38 cm long.
A Bengal cat is 3 feet and6 inches.
Its only a cat. 3 days?
The female cat is called a "queen" (how appropriate). The male cat is a "tom" or "tomcat"
I'm pretty sure there is no actual set length.
Some of the most appropriate shows available on PBS Kids are Curious George, Cat in the Hat, Sid the Science Kid, and Arthur. These shows all have the G rating. They are made for a younger audience.