The cats are our friend’s favorite four-legged, and again on our site we have highlighted the poor would be, our life, without the company of cats. So here are 7 things you should know about your cats, and that will make you think about how indispensable they are to enrich our lives with joy and fun.
Cats are sleepy animals and can sleep anywhere, as long as it is a clean place from which they can keep the situation under control. Forget luxurious beds and immoderate comforts: cats just need a comfortable shoebox, a laundry basket, or a drawer.
If a cat puts it on its head to sleep on the bed (or even better under the covers) there will be nothing to do: it will succeed. We will only have to be patient and welcome the cat to warm, being careful not to suffer its scratches.
Cats have to get their nails done, and they seem to prefer your most expensive and precious furniture. So try to prepare scratching posts and other games that can be used by the cat instead of your great-grandmother’s dear chest.
Cats are hairy. Some cats are very hairy. So, they will target your clothes and fill them with their own wetsuit. Be careful to keep the coat well within reach of the cat, as you may have some trouble in brushing it.
Cats are snappy and quick animals, but they know how to dose their energy: this is why they sleep as much as possible (even 20 hours a day), and that’s why they certainly don’t mind eating delicacies.
Cats have been domesticated animals for centuries, but their innate instinct has remained intact. It follows that, just when you least expect it, it is possible that they may be triggered towards something that has caught their attention. Don’t forget that the cat – any cat, even the sweetest – is a formidable predator.
Humans living with a cat come to be proud of their four-legged friend. As if it were his own baby.
Cat spilled water bowl: why does it behave like this?
How many times have you seen your cat spilling water on the floor, or dipping its paws in the bowl?
The reasons can be multiple but, as a rule, they are related to the mere instinct of the cat, or its desire to joke.
The cat can, in fact, start to splash the water, instead of drinking it all (perhaps putting a paw in the bowl), not because it doesn’t like it, but for fun.
For the cat, in fact, water is a rather unusual substance and, for this reason, it cannot resist its “exploration”.
It is also not said that the cat is by definition adverse to water.
Indeed, the relationship between the cats and the water is certainly an attraction: for the water is always a new discovery, and even if at the beginning they can be quite hesitant, in the long run, their curiosity will push them to touch them and the contact with it it will be very pleasant indeed.
Having established the above, an easy trick to facilitate your cat’s bath is derived: taking the cat and putting it back in the bathtub is the easiest way to “traumatize” it.
It is better to open the water tap of your sink, and gradually bring the cat closer, so that it can wet a paw, spontaneously, under its jet.