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Very often pet cat owners face cat behavior problems that could avoidance of the litter box, excessive amount of meowing or any such habits. It could also be biting and scratching destroying valuable furniture and fabrics in the home. Sometimes it is an overactive cat while at others it is highly inactive one.
No Bad Cat
One thing that the pet cat owner should clearly understand about cat behavior is that there is no bad cat similar to bad people. Most of the behavioral problems in cats can be rectified using corrective measures that would eliminate the reasons for such behavior.
Most of the erratic behavioral expressions displayed by a cat are due to physical irritations experienced by the cat. Eliminating the reasons for such irritation will mend the destructive behavior often displayed by the cat. Thus it is not a bad cat but uninformed cat groomers that is the problem in erratic behavior of cats.
One At A Time
It would be good dealing with the cat behavior related problems one at a time instead of taking up all in one or several items at a time. They would be confusing for the trainer and the cat and will spoil the training process. Instead, a good move would be starting with the most hazardous problem first and then gradually moving on to other problems addressing them one by one.
The cat, also known as the domestic cat or housecat to distinguish it from other felids and felines, is a small, usually furry, domesticated, carnivorous mammal that is valued by humans for its companionship and for its ability to hunt vermin and household pests.
Cats have been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years, and are currently the most popular pet in the world. Owing to their close association with humans, cats are now found almost everywhere in the world. Here we have collected 50 Cute Cats Make Your Life Happier.
Meow~ Meow~ Meow~
This black cat is not only smart, fierce, gentle, playful, wise, adventurous, people friendly and emotional, he also sneaked off to Paris, at least in fiction.
When he was still too young to know how to groom himself or use a litter box, he saved himself and his sister from being starved under a porch. Terrified, he screamed at the top of his infected little lungs until both were rescued.
Not long after, we found him being offered for adoption in a supermarket parking lot.
When we first brought him home and showed him his litter box, little Billy promptly took a long nap in it.
One thing he did know how to do was eat. He grew fast, and our little black cat soon became a hulking twelve-pound linebacker, but still as sweet and needy as they day we brought him home.