A good cat caretaker/guardian should have a reasonable knowledge of cat behaviour. They should also be observant so that they can both learn about cat behaviour when watching their cat and look for signs of changes in behaviour to help diagnose ill health. Owners should also be able to read body language and routines, which communicates something to them. I think it is common sense to say that a knowledge of basic cat behaviour is an essential part of being a competent cat guardian.
On the basis that I’m correct, below are 15 questions to test your cat behaviour knowledge. They were chosen at random, almost, because there are lots more questions that could be asked. Below the questions is a link to the answers which pops up (use it sparingly and leave a comment if you think I am incorrect 😉 ).
I would hope that visitors get at least half of them correct. If you achieve that you’re a pretty good cat caretaker and if you get them all correct you are in the top bracket of cat owners.
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