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Can a cat distinguish between being hurt accidentally or deliberately? — 4 Comments

  1. I don’t have any doubt that domestic animals know damn well if a human has hurt them deliberately

    Cats, dogs and horses do not miss a trick and can often pick up on an intended assault before the perpetrator is even conscious of their own harmful intent

    Once you get your eye in, the subtle body language of dread can be explicit.

    An animal that has been hurt deliberately will never forget it, it is up to us to learn to spot when abuse has been happening.

  2. I don’t have any doubt that domestic animals know damn well if a human has hurt them deliberately.

    Cats, dogs and horses do not miss a trick and can often pick up on an intended assault before the perpetrator is even conscious of their own harmful intent.

    Once you get your eye in, the subtle body language of dread can be explicit.

    An animal that has been hurt deliberately will never forget it, it is up to us to learn to spot when abuse has been happening.

  3. Michael, firstly, I would like very much to know how you dealt with her death. I have been at a complete loss. He was my sole companion. I don’t even know. I am so sorry for your loss. I’m sorry.

    • When I lost my first cat, a female who I treated as my daughter, it took me about 20 years to get over it. That’s the God’s truth. Time will fix the upset.

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