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Explaining Some Of The Most Common Cat Behaviors

by Albert John August 01, 2019

Explaining Some Of The Most Common Cat Behaviors

                Cats are one of the smartest, yet mysterious kinds of animals. The thing is, we can’t possibly understand them completely, we can only surmise answers from the patterns of what they do.

If you are a new cat owner, this article is a blessing as I will share with you some of their most common behaviors and some possible explanations why they do it.

  1. Why Cats Rubs their selves face to you?

In the world and society of cats, the smell is very important. This is why they rub themselves into you and objects to indicate what is theirs. They also rub other cats as a form of greeting or the smell they left can also be a notification or warning against enemy cats.

  1. Why do Cats Bring Dead Prey?

Cats are predators, just like their bigger ancestors like Jaguars, Leopards, Lions, and Tiger. Cats are domesticated, but they retain some of that predatory gene that leads them to hunt mice and other insects that disturb your home.

  1. Why do Cats expose their Belly but gets angry when touched?

As I said earlier, it is not completely known if why cats do things. When they expose their bellies, two possible explanations exists, they want to play, or they are telling you that they trust you.

Either way, if you touch your cat, they will scratch or even attempt to bite you. This behavior is part of Cats when they play, or in the other instance, trying to touch them while they are exposing themselves will make your attempt threatening.

Albert John
Albert John

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