shop8admin, January 9, 2018
Many people believe that cats have their own agenda and don’t pay much mind to their owners as long as you give them plenty of food, water, toys and clean litter, that is. The truth is that while cats can surely behave in odd manners at times, making people laugh and scratch heads at times, even. However, even though cat behavior may be somewhat confusing at times, here are some tips to help you learn more.
1. Cats enjoy playing. They like people to play with them, and they like to play with toys, especially string. They will pounce when playing, this is normal, so if you try to stop this behavior, your cat may turn negative and break things.
2. Cats like to push their heads into objects when possible, like couch and table legs, television stands, etc., sometimes people like your house guests. And when the cat rubs his head against this person, he or she (the cat) may put a touch of saliva on the person, too, because in a cat’s mind, he owns what he puts his saliva on.
3. Indoor cats enjoy spending a lot of time lying near a sunny window. While lying in this comfortable spot, the cat may make some very strange noises or incur some strange movements. But don’t worry. The cat is basically acting out some natural hunting instincts. You see, regardless of whether another cat or some other animal, person or object outside of the window is moving around, the cat may see it and choose to go right into his natural hunting instinct mode.
The longer you are around cats or even own your cat, the more odd behaviors you will most probably spot or see him or her exhibit. Even though cats may behave in strange ways, they almost always have a reason for behaving the way they do. So if you take the time to learn more and to understand why your cat behaves like he does, you should hopefully have less or no problems in helping keep him or her happy and healthy.
If you just pay a little more attention to your cat and the way he or she behaves at times you should be able to understand the behaviors better than ever before. Get more tips at: 24/7.