We all need help in understanding our cats.
Just like how people need help when someone gives birth to a baby, they ask other adults about every little thing their baby does. They look at every gesture of the newborn baby and try to find ways to strengthen the bond with their child. In a similar way, cats are our fur babies too. If you have a tiny kitten or an 8-year-old tabby at home, it’s a baby regardless of age, and you’d always need help in order to understand and make things better between you and your feline child. The internet in this regard has been really helpful to everyone who has a cat at home. From your cat’s sleeping position to its meow, you’ll find a lot of information on your cat and its behaviour which can benefit your bond with your cat baby.
So this Tiktoker won the internet by giving tips and guides to check on their cattos and most of them are really useful if you’ve just adopted a cat or even if you’ve had a cat for several years. Scroll down below to read them:
He starts off by telling us about the cat’s sleeping positions.
He goes on to tell people about the most common positions.
Later, he goes on to tell them about the position the cats feel the safest in.
And when they cram themselves in a box.
Or when your cat isn’t feeling safe.
And when it wants it’s human to turn off the lights.
When the cat is in the cutest position possible.
In this part, he mostly talks about whether your cat is comfortable with you or not, this can include its surroundings too.
When a cat purs on you it’s actually healing you.
Oh, they embarrass themselves a lot, these sneaky little cuties.
If you find cat poop buried in your lawn, your cat was probably trying to save you from predators.
How can you stop yourself from petting your cat when it makes this cute face?
”Meow-meow you’re my slave now human.”
We’ve all been bitten by our cats. While people who don’t have cats are scared of this, for cat owners, it is a very cute thing.
If you’re finding these tips useful you’ll find more below. It’s true that the internet has helped a lot of people with how to deal with their cats. And yes, even the slightest bit of information about your little furball can help you become a better cat mom or a cat dad. So if you want to read about more tips to have an even more wholesome bond with your cat, scroll down below.
In part 3, he emphasises more on cat-related things any cat parent would love to know.
”First I heal myself, then I murder you.”
Milk sometimes can cause your cats to choke up and vomit and it can also lead to health issues for them. It’s silly how the media portrays how milk is good for your cats.
Cats can have really classy names if you think about it.
Sure, catto. Lay that furry butt on me.
Even in history, people had really close bonds with their cats.
And we get to the NSFW part now where we don’t want to know about any of this.
Yes, and that happens. The term ”T.M.I” would fit perfectly here.
And even more cat facts.
Yes, and just like that, I’m my cat’s slave.
Instant kisses on his forehead dropping the second after he does this.
A quick tip: The volume you usually talk to your cat in, he/she tries to replicate that. If you only use ”hmms” around it, it won’t meow but rather talk to you in ”hmms”.
But cat meows are the best.
So they give you good news and bad news, simultaneously.
What does the vet nurse say?
“The best way to get cats exercising is through play, and this is a great tactic for owners to spend time with their pets and express their love for them,” says Nina Downing a veterinary nurse working with PDSA. She also said “Cats often need encouragement to exercise, especially if they are overweight, as they can lose interest in play,” and “As cats gain weight, their behaviour changes gradually over time, which can be hard for owners to recognize—they don’t want to get up and play, they like sleeping a lot, they’ve stopped jumping up on furniture, they’re slowing down due to their age,’”
This is what people had to say about these facts:
Always put your sleepy cat on you.
That’s how we “cat people” talk.
He just loves you aggressively.
Yell back at it but in a cute way.
And with that, we conclude a couple of tips and facts that might help you take care and understand your cat better. Let us know whether these facts were helpful to you in the comment section below.