The Plaintive Meow
Have you ever noticed that cat meows sound like the cries of a human baby? That cute, adorable meow can definitely pull at our heartstrings! It’s also very effective at getting us to spoil our feline friends. This may not be a coincidence. In fact, Fluffy may have started meowing just to manipulate us. As it turns out, adult cats rarely meow at one another: they use body language and facial expressions to communicate. Well played, Fluffy. Well played.
The Happy Rumble
Cats have many adorable traits, but the fact that they literally vibrate with happiness is definitely one of the most charming. Fluffy may start her little motor as soon as you pet her or pick her up, or when she curls up in your lap for a nap. This is often coupled with that super-cute content look happy kitties get. Chances are, you won’t move or disturb your furball when she’s being that adorable.
The Feline Dash
Does your pet sometimes run out in front of you or rub against your legs? This may be your kitty’s way of asking for dinner, or just wanting to stay close to you. You may have to rapidly change course to avoid stepping on your cat. However, this tactic works well for Fluffy, as it often ends with her getting played with, picked up, or fed. Which is, of course, exactly what she wanted all along.
The Peaceful Sleeper
Kitties, as you may know, are absolute expert nappers. Fluffy can sleep just about anywhere. Our feline pals can even sleep in odd contorted positions that don’t seem like they could possibly be comfortable. If you happen to find your drowsy furball dozing in your suitcase, on your computer, or in your laundry, there’s a pretty good chance that you won’t have the heart to move her.
Please contact us, your local Diamond Bar, CA animal clinic, with any questions about your cat’s health, behavior, or care. We’re always happy to help!