Cat knocks before entering the room!
Here is what is called a well-bred cat! This cat, before entering the room where its master is resting, knocks with the back paw until someone reaches the door, and let the tender pet enter: a behavior of great sympathy which, in the end, gets the desired result. Pity the insistence of his cat, in fact, the owner opens a crack in the door, inviting the cat to make his entrance.
Although cats are animals that rarely stop in front of small obstacles, the behavior of this completely domesticated cat is certainly not rare. The cats can indeed be educated in a very complete manner, although this phase of “personalized domestication” does not have the same characteristics as those that can, for example, have the formation of a dog.
The first thing to do is, in fact, try to gain the trust of the cat. A company already very difficult in itself, which you will need to achieve in a partial and gradual manner. Once you have entered into full harmony with the cat, you can try to induce him to specific behaviors such as precisely, those relating to the respect of off-limits areas… Good luck!
Here is the difference between dogs and cats!
On our site we often talk about the differences that make our cats unique, phenomenal animals to make our lives better, and enrich them with moments of great fun and affection!
Well, in this video we can see one of the many differences that actually exist between dogs and cats. Look at how the puppy comes down the stairs, and – later – the same scene with a cat for a protagonist: in the case of the dog, its parent acts as a guide and thus allows the puppy to be able to gradually descend the steps; in the case of the cat, the parent of the young cat forcibly pushes his puppy so that he faces the new life experience with greater determination and without fear!
A really funny video that – in its own way – shows us the differences between our cat friends and the “colleagues” dogs.
That cats have greater dynamism and elasticity than dogs is well known, as it is known that the relationship between cats and mothers is often synonymous with deep weaning, even – sometimes – rather abrupt.
What do you think? Don’t you find that this video – however ironic – can be a useful way to understand how the maturation of cats differs from that of dogs? Do you have any direct experiences that you want to tell us about this?