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How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Kitty’s Own Language — 8 Comments

  1. Well today which I’ve never seen or herald Before. I Just got home from being away for a little while walked up my Path way. I saw Ozzie and he gave me a very long meowwwwwwwwww, very high pitched too. I guess its cause its really Hot today, Very sunny day and he didn’t like me going away. Even though it was only for a few hours. He’s become more bonded to me lately. Seeing im around home the most. He’s coming to visit me more in my Room.

  2. Hi Michael
    My cat will sometimes bite for no reason, in play, in frustration to get something he wants or out of you left me for to long. It’s very frustrating when we go away because he will do it with the cat sitter also.
    I tell him no bites loudly as if I’m scolding him, but he still seems to do it randomly. He is a rescue cat, and I have had him for nearly two years. He only tried to bite my husband once after we came home from holiday’s and I understand he missed us, but it still bothers me that he bites at all. Is this a form of communication and I’m reading him wrong. What is your suggestion. Debbie

      • Yes, he bites without being provoked. he just gets down right miserable for no reason, petting him wrong or not getting his way. I don’t really know when, it comes right out of the blue.

        • There are many reasons of cats biting to owners.

          What I see in this case is that you want to pet the cat but he is not in a mood. Let the fellow come to you and let him offer the pet instead you wish to pet him.

          2. It is quite possible (and let me say that I am giving you the possibilities not the facts as we have a very less knowledge of cat behaviors. we=human beings) that he is biting you because he is under fed.

          3. It is also possible for cat to bite you if he does not like the sniffing of your body smell/ perfume.

          4. It is possible that a cat bites you if he is in any stomach problem, specially these hazards appear to be in RAW FEED a cat.

          5. It is possible the cat may bite if it is comfortable and you (in love and emotions) want to disturb her comfortability.

          6. Yes, it is possible that cat bites if they are alone cats sometime and they reach the stage of maturity and need to be sexually satisfied.

          I can give many reasons which I have observed and one thing more, it is not necessary that if you YELP at him, he will stop. No not necessary.

          My suggestion, control your love feelings, and let him do what he wants to do, don’t stop him please. <3 God bless you, amin 🙂

    • There are times when I’m so crazy busy (like mopping the kitchen floor for a second time in 3 hours or gathering breakfast stuff for colonies) that one of my cats will either give me a bite or a clawed slap as I get near. I’ve learned that means that they want attention NOW.
      It’s hard sometimes, when I’m so pressed for time, but I have to stop, pick them up, and give them some loving. I’ve been so well trained over the years that I know it is the best thing to do unless I want even more ubdesirable (maybe it’s “acting out”) things to happen as a consequence.

  3. Michael a brief blog on the “Cat Show” held in Mumbai. :-http://howtostartacatclubinindia.blogspot.in/
    One of the judges Petra.Muller of Germany(President of Middles East Cat society) and founder of the “Arabian Mau” breed of cats has over 300 cats in her villa in Dubai!
    I have also attached a link to the only newspaper that covered the show:- http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-when-felines-from-across-the-world-gathered-at-whiskas-international-cat-show-in-mumbai-2022531
    If you want i will post you photos of the show.

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