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Cat Behaviour Which Concerns Cat Owners — 9 Comments

  1. I have a 4 year old female cat. I want to shift my house in other locality. Will it get adjusted to that locality ?? if not how should it be handled ?? urgent reply please

    • Hello. Thanks for asking. It is perfectly okay to move with your cat to a new locality. Both you and your cat will become adjusted to the new place but it takes time. A domestic cat in a new place should be supervised carefully and should not be let out without being supervised carefully otherwise she may disappear and try and return home (to her previous home). There are a number of stories of cats doing that then cats becoming lost. Cats do have their own territory, their own home range, even domestic cats and relocated cats does take quite a while for them to settle in. Initially also she will be anxious probably. She may well hide and it would be sensible to provide a hiding place for her inside the home as this will help to make her feel less anxious. The bottom line is that care is required with supervision and a good hiding place. Good luck.

      • M, you are too much. Really though, it is quite important to give your loved one more than a few days to adjust to her new home. IMHO, i’d give her months…depending on the treats.

  2. Interesting.

    I would add to that list: I worry when my cat drinks out of puddles šŸ™‚ – maybe Iā€™d get 6000 comments too šŸ™‚

  3. This was something that I brought up months ago, when we were discussing cats wearing silly hats and attire, I think, or maybe we were discussing leashes for cats. I was sincerely wanting to know if it was a bad thing for wanting to purchase one for my kitten, so that I could soothe his anxiety, get him accustomed to being in a harness, on a leash, and accompanying me on walks, for his well-being and mine. I gave up on it eventually. It wasn’t really a good idea. But, this thundershirt for dogs, now made for cats as well, is a good topic. It is proven in many cases to work. Once again, as Michael stated, it depends on the factors involved, besides, primarily the cat’s needs. I am so glad you wrote this article, and look forward to reading the comments!

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