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7 most important signs your cat wants to understand quickly


Cats are among the most popular pets in the United States, which is not surprising.

They've got it all going for them, with their lovely charms and clever personalities.

But what if your cat had something important to tell you?

Here are seven things we think your cat would want you to know about, right from the cat's mouth!


1. I enjoy being outside, but I'll live longer if you keep me inside.


The great outdoors appears to be my natural environment, full of delights for me to explore and stalk.

Nonetheless, it is not the ideal area for me to live.

Did you know that I only have a 2-5 year life span when I live outside?

That's far too brief!

If you keep me indoors in the warmth and care of your home, I can live to be 17 years old!

That's almost 15 years more of wonderful embraces and kisses from me just for you.


2. I just meow for you, not for the other cats.


Aside from the rare hissing fit when we feel threatened, we don't need to meow at other cats.

We're merely mewing at you, people!

When we were kittens, we would meow to let our mothers know when we needed food or a little additional comfort.

We don't need to meow as adults except to alert you when we're hungry, want to say hello, or if anything is wrong.

And the more you communicate with us, the more we communicate with you!


3. Please give me more than just dry cat food.


I don't merely have the appearance of a tiger...

I, too, need to eat like one!

I'm a real carnivore, which means I require a meat-based diet.

Of course, I prefer to snack on dry food during the day, but this is not the healthiest diet for me.

I am more prone to fat and diabetes than my wet-food-eating canine companions.


4. I need you to spend some stimulating time with me every now and then since I grow bored.


I'm sorry when you go for work!

I enjoy having company.

If I don't have a sister or sibling to play with, I require a lot more companionship.

When you go home, please don't just play on your phones or watch TV.

Spend some time with me and stimulate my senses!

Play with some cat toys with me to give me some exercise while also allowing us to bond — just human and cat.

I'll not only appreciate it, but it'll also tire me out a little so I'm ready for bed.


5. Sitting with me can help you reduce stress and your chances of having a heart attack or stroke.


Did you know that owning me reduces your chances of having a stroke by one-third?

That's correct!

My charming little furry spirit may help alleviate your tension and worry, and the vibrations from my purrs can also help heal you.


6. Don't be annoyed at me for scratching; I have to!


When you see me clawing at your furniture, it's not because I want to ruin it.

I really simply need a comfortable area to stretch my feet and claws!

I also need to remove part of my outer claw layers as they deteriorate and become brittle.

I scratch objects occasionally to indicate my territory by leaving claw marks and a scent.

Please don't be angry with me; it's just my instinct!

Getting some scratching trees or posts is a wonderful method to fix this.

This way, I always have a safe place to stretch and scratch.


7. Just because you call my name doesn't mean I'll appear.


No matter how cute my cat's name is, you could say it a million times and I'd still stare out the window.

Believe me, I know what my name is.

I've picked it up from all the times you've told me.

Because I'm a cat, I'm not obligated to obey you in the same way that Fido next door is.

Because you are higher up in the hierarchy, if you call a dog, he will immediately come running.

None of this matters to me.

I remember everything, from the last time you forced me to take that horrible medicine to the time you took me to the vet.

It doesn't imply I don't care about you; I just prefer to do things my way.


Hopefully, these cat care recommendations will help you become closer to your little feline while also ensuring that your kitten lives the healthiest life possible so that they can spend more time being a companion for you.

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