Cat behaviors are all habits accumulated from daily short-term and long-term memories. If you don’t understand cat language, do you think its behavior is a bit weird?
If the kitten can talk, you should have a lot of questions to ask him, such as why do you always look out the window? Why do you often scratch the sofa with so many cat marks? As well as its sleeping posture, calling voice, facial expressions, etc. These are signals that it wants to express emotions to its owner, and it can even imitate human behavior. If you learn the language of cats, you can bring your cat closer to you, and even help it get rid of some bad habits. This article will interpret cat behavior for everyone and let you know more about your pet.
- Look out the window often
- Like to lick the owner’s face
- Be in front of you often
- Pee next to the litter box
- Shrink into a ball
- Cat squirting urine
- Showing belly
- Gently bite the owner’s finger
- Cats raise their foot high
1. Look out the window often
Does your cat often stay on the window and look out the window with a helpless expression. Does it want to go out and play with other partners? In fact, it does not want to go out to play, it just likes to bask in the sun and is more sensitive.
Sun exposure: Sunlight can dry the cat’s hair and play a role in heat preservation. With the help of ultraviolet rays, it can even reduce the bacteria or parasites on the cat’s body and keep the skin clean and healthy. Pets are the same as people, need proper exercise and sunlight to replenish vitamin D in the body, so you will often see it in the window and enjoy the sunlight coming in.
High sensitivity: cats have a high sensitivity and curiosity to changes in the surrounding environment. For example, if a flying insect flies over there, it can focus on watching and observing the movement of the insect. This behavior can protect it.
2. Like to lick the owner’s face
Cats like to lick their owner’s face, you might think it’s coquettish to you, it is establishing contact with you to enhance your relationship. Just like you shaking hands with a friend, it is a daily communicative action.
If you stroke the cat’s hair, chest, etc., it will make a snoring sound, which means that it is in a good mood or excited, so it will snoring. If it rolls on the ground and its tail stands up, it means that it has no pressure and is in a relaxed state at this time.
4. Be in front of you often
Cats like to play alone most of the time. If you find it hovering around you, or pushing your things down, it may want to attract your attention and let you play with it, and hoping to get your attention. If the cat keeps barking there in the morning, it is reminding you to get up and it’s time to feed it.
5. Pee next to the litter box
Cats accustomed to peeing in the litter box suddenly urinate next to the litter box. This behavior is very abnormal, and it may be a performance that they feel stressed. To reduce the cat’s stress, you can put it in a quiet and open environment, relax it properly and reduce the sense of oppression.
In addition, the cat is peeing next to the litter box, which may be telling you that it is too dirty and needs to be cleaned up. You should clean the litter box regularly every day so that there will be no odors at home, and the indoor environment will be much cleaner. You can also consult the veterinarian for related issues.
6. Shrink into a ball
Kittens are an animal that is afraid of cold, so daily warmth measures are very important. You will often see cats shrinking into a ball, which can keep it warm. If it stretches its body, it will feel cold.
7. Cat squirting urine
Cats sometimes squirt urine. Maybe it wants to keep its smell so that other kittens know that this is its territory, and it is also a way of communication between them.
8. Showing belly
The belly is a sensitive part of a kitten, and it is also its weakness. In daily life, cats rarely show their belly in front of others. If the cat shows its belly in front of you, it means it trusts you.
9. Gently bite the owner’s finger
Some people may think that biting is a bad thing, but when a cat gently bites your finger, it wants to express a different meaning, which represents its love for you. It wants to play with you and use some tricks to bite your fingers.
10. Cats raise their foot high
When the cat raises its foot, it is the cat who wants the owner to help it clean up, so that it will be more convenient to clean up.
You have kept a cat for many years, but you still don’t understand its behavior. You don’t know what it wants to express? In fact, there are reasons for cats’ behaviors. Through the above content, you should have some understanding of cats’ strange behaviors.