Clothing (also known as clothes, apparel, and attire) are items worn on the body. Typically, clothing is made of fabrics or textiles, but over time it has included garments made from animal skin and other thin sheets of materials and natural products found in the environment, put together. The wearing of clothing is mostly restricted to human beings and is a feature of all human societies.
If she is spraying (urinating) on you/your clothing, and you have cat urine on yourself or your clothes, you should wash out the urine before praying. If not, it's not a big deal, but it might be annoying.
Yes it is allowed to have a cat and touch her. Praying Namaz needs your body and cloth clean from the hair of can or any animal which is not permissible to eat. Ayatullah Sistani allows few hairs.
We don't have any authentic evidence against wearing new clothes on a Tuesday. Some cultures can claim that but it is a matter of their own culture and not a matter if an Islamic teaching. There is a narration from Abu Hurairah claiming that Allah created the Disliked المكروه on Tuesday. This narration is in Saheeh Muslim ( Hadeeth number 2789) and Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal 2/327 and Al-Bayhaqi in al-Sunan Al-Khubra v.3, p. 9 and Tafseer Al-Tabari , v.21, p. 433 and other Sunni books. This narration has no value according to Ahlul Bayt (AS). Even many Sunni scholars like al- Bukhari and Yahya Ibn Mo'een and Ibn Taymiyyah did not accept it because of the doubt in the narrators beside contradicting Quranic verses. Even those Sunnis who accept this narration say that it does not mean at all that it is Makrouh to wear new clothes on Tuesday.
We need to warn people from baseless claims in the name of religion.
Yes, you can wear new clothes on any day.
And Allah knows best.
Watching football team is allowed provided you avoid sinful acts which can be done by some other fans, and not wasting long time in watching the football. Our time in this life is limited and we must utilize it in useful things for our upliftment and future. Wasting lot of time in watching games makes us lose and miss the aim of our life. Those who waste time will be among the losers and repent a lot when repenting will never help them. Hadeeth from Ahlul Bayt AS) stated that: We were not created for (wasting time on) playing but for big aim.( Tafseer narrated from Al-Hasan Al-Askari).
Yes it is permissible but it is better to avoid wearing cloth with animals pictures during Salah.
As far as permissibility, yes, it is permissible. It could be said though that it might be makruh, due to it being an image.
And Allah knows best.
Dress of the female must have all conditions of full Hijab including avoiding tight cloth and transparent cloth. Color of the outer dress should not be attractive to men.
Only white and clean
No it isn't necessary for you to say any specific words or have a particular intention for purifying something; you may just do the action. Yes other acts such as wudu, ghusl, salah and fasting etc would require an intention.
May Allah grant you success
Istinjā` is washing yourself after relieving yourself in the toilet. This is of course very important for the purpose of tahārah, wanting to pray, etc.
However, there is something else that is important to do, but is not obligatory, and that is istibrā`. Istibrā` is clearing the urinary outlet after urinating. For a male, you do this by what we call the nine squeezes.
The advantage of istibrā` is if you do it, with any discharge you might feel after the istibrā` and the istinjā` , you consider it to be tahir. However, if you do not do the istibrā`, and you experience a discharge, not knowing what it is, you deem it as najis, and you must wash yourself again.
I have added a link to a recorded lesson on this, with detailed explanation.
And Allah knows best.
There is a hadith that says:
لا طاعة لمخلوق في معصية الخالق
There is no obedience to a creation through disobedience to the Creator.
We cannot obey the laws of others at the cost of disobeying Almighty God. If hijab has been mandated by Almighty God, then we as His worshippers must comply to His law. So, we must not disobey God just to follow what someone else says, even if they are our parents whom we must obey. Our obedience to our parents is obligatory, but not in performing haram acts.
Clearly, in this case, the parents have a misconstrued approach to how their daughter should appear or conduct herself in public. They might be under the impression that by doing this, she will get married, but of course this is the worst way and its a very damaging approach.
The daughter should not comply with what her parents want, and respectfully decline, by explaining how unhealthy this approach is.
It's not just a matter of religion, but also on a human value and social level as well.
In Islam, attraction should not be by the gazing of onlookers, but by personality and moral qualities and righteousness.
With prayers for your success.