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May 15 2018
Cats are fascinating creatures. Fluffy is most often found playing the role of a pampered housepet, and spends the majority of her time sleeping, grooming herself, and bossing her humans around. Actually, our feline overlords are absolute experts at wrapping us around their paws. In this article, a Bowmanville, ON vet discusses kitty cattitude.

Get Plenty of Rest

If cats had a single golden rule, it would probably be to make sure to get enough sleep. While our feline pals’ napping obsession may seem to be a little out of control, there is a valid reason for it. In the wild, cats spend a tremendous amount of energy in short time when hunting, and need plenty of down time to recuperate. Of course, every other predators on the planet squeaks by on less excessive amounts of sleep, but it seems like Fluffy never got that memo. In any case, be sure to get plenty of rest.

Speak Your Mind

Kitties may be small, but they can be very outspoken. Fluffy has no qualms about letting you know her thoughts on baths and car rides, and won’t hesitate to let you know she wants dinner right meow. Your furball may also be extremely cuddly when she wants to be petted, only to turn that cute little nose up and walk away when she doesn’t feel like snuggling. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind!

Live By Your Own Rules

It may not come as much as a surprise to learn that studies have shown that yes, Fluffy is actually ignoring you when you call her. Kitties aren’t very big on obedience. In fact, cats do what they want, when they want to. Make sure that you are prioritizing the things that mean the most.

Be Yourself

Cats can’t be bothered to worry about what people think of them. Fluffy doesn’t care if she looks silly when she’s playing with her favorite catnip mouse, and has no qualms about sleeping in rather comical positions. Don’t worry too much about what others think.

Be Confident

Has your kitty ever scratched at a door, only to stretch and take her time coming in when you open it? Does your furball sometimes look at you with that smug, all-knowing stare some cats do? Have confidence in yourself! Please reach out to us, your local Bowmanville, ON vet clinic, anytime. We are here to help!
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