Christmas is a very special time of the year, not just for people, but our little furry friends also enjoy everything that comes with it… From decorating your home and tree, wrapping gifts, taking holiday photos, watching Christmas movies, etc…
The video I found is everything that Bobby and Misha are also doing, but I never had a chance to video it, because everything goes just too fast and I’m usually saving home from mass destruction 🙂
We are always trying to decode cat behaviour, but usually with no success… I found this video, which is basically commercial, but it is really cute. Maybe this will help you understand a little more your cats behaviour…
If you want have good relationship with your cat, it is very important that you understand her body language. Tail and cat ears play a key role in communicating.
It may be hard to believe, but cat ears containing more than 24 muscles, allowing them to move the ears in different directions. While this is being exploited to track sound from different directions, ears play an important role in the expression.
Many people believe that cats are indifferent and selfish animals who are doing just what they want. However, cats in nature often live in families and they have developed a strong social network with each other. Cats find themselves quite well and even though they live in a comfortable home, they never lose their ability to seek their own food and shelter. Cats re-develop a stronger instinct, if for example owners left them and are forced to fend for themselves.
Cats have not lost their communication skills which have been developed in the wilderness. In addition to meows, cats use a lot of signals to communicate. » Read more
MARKING THE TERRITORY:
Cats communicate with their smell. The most common response of cats, afraid of or otherwise under stress is urinating or extermination. Of course this is extremely inconvenient for the owners, because cats tend to choose a place that smells strongly of their guardian such as bed sheets, shoes, etc..
It is important to determine what is making the cat so uncomfortable so that she/he is doing it. Once you find the cause, you need to reduce it or completely eliminate it and the self-esteem of your cat will be better. » Read more
I’m back from a short vacation… Clothes are unpacked and washed, so I can continue with my stories.
After a few moths with just Bobby in the house, we have decided that maybe it will be best if we get him some company. I called a friend who is working in a shelter and they have cats from all over the country and some of them from other countries.
We first decided to adopt male cat, just like Bobby, but when we saw Misha, we just couldn’t leave her there. She was sweet little ball of fur and so friendly. Also it was better to adopt female, so that Bobby would still feel like a boss of the house.
Every cat needs their own cat litter. So if you have more than one cat, than you need so many litters as you have cats.
When you bring home a cat litter tray, place it in the location, than you fill with sand and leave the cat alone to explore. The toilet should be in a position so that the access is easy and the cat has its own peace. Just like you don’t wan’t anyone to bother you while you are sitting on the toilet and reading newspaper 🙂