Recent Questions Tagged Do-Cats-Love-Their-Owners

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It turns out there’s some very good evolutionary reasons that cats prefer running water over the supply in their bowl. Plus there is a simple, healthy solution that kitties love! Our domestic felines’ oldest ancestors hailed from desert climates and were able to subsist on little water....
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Although they may be attracted by free-flowing water from a faucet, try to put them in a tub of water and you are in for a fight. Pull the plug and leave the tub unattended you may soon see that same kitty sneak by and jump behind the curtain to play with the water droplets or watch a trickle of water go down the hole of the drain....
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She is also fond of the bathtub, especially when it is nice and wet from a recent shower! A favorite of many water-obsessed cats is the kitty water fountain. Some will just sit and watch, mesmerized by the bubbling action while others will dip in their paws or try to catch the running water....
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If there is an area where you don’t want your kitty to be, a counter or table for example, a gentle squirt of water is enough to send them running and discourages future visits to the area. Wet or dry, cats like to be in control of their environment....
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Finding a plant that repels cats might require some experimentation. Rue, lavender and pennyroyal are plants that cats typically don't like because of their odor, but cats are unpredictable creatures and not every cat will react the same....
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Catnip. This one is obviously a given.......
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According to Mother Nature Network , cats crave warmth because they’re descended from desert animals. Because of that, cats are hardwired to thrive when they’re toasty. So, despite the fur coats, cats like warm things because they like being much warmer than we like for ourselves....
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Sleeping in the sun is a common trait in cats, as they seek out the toastiest location in the home, whether that is the window sill, rug or couch. The reason why cats sleep in the sun is in order to conserve energy while they sleep, as their body temperature drops....
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The main reason for a cat rolling over in the sun is to expose its belly. The cat will enjoy the feeling of sun, but fur blocks much of the heat. By rolling over, the sun hits the cat’s bare belly. This is a fast-track to warmth and enhanced body temperature....
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Cats do not need sunlight like humans and other animals do. Cats do not need sunlight to be healthy but these animals sure do love basking in the warmth of the sun. Cats would be content to lie down on spots where sunshine is pouring in....
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Cats that are kept inside will literally follow the sun from window to window, room to room. They enjoy it, yes, but they’re also driven by the need to take care of themselves. To see what’s going on outside....
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After all, most people don’t spend hours looking out windows day after day, so why do cats like windows? Cats like windows because they stimulate their interests. Compared to a room only with walls, cats use windows for sunning themselves for added warmth and to explore nature....
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It may be tempting to let your cat outside to explore the great outdoors, especially if you've seen her trilling at birds while looking out the window, or looking like she wants to play with the neighbor cat next door....
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Cats are skilled at entertaining themselves. Staring is an effective technique cats use to keep themselves busy, whether they gaze ahead while begging, stalking or just zoning out. Cats enjoy looking out the window for many reasons, from staring at the wildlife outside to just catching some breeze to cool them off....
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Cats like to look out the window for the same reasons humans do: 1 To see what’s going on outside. 2 Because they are bored with looking at the same things they always see in the house. 3 To check on the weather....
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