WHY DO THE CAT BAD?

Most cats behave badly at some point or elsewhere, but what we sometimes identify as ‘bad’ behavior may be the inability to understand why cats are doing. There are a number of different ways to correct bad behavior in cats, but they really start by trying to understand your cat better. Keep in mind that some training techniques for dogs are not always effective for cats.

Bite

Cats bite when they’re scared or angry. This can be frustrating and threatening, especially not to annoy your cat. If your cat has a medical condition, she will bite because of the pain she feels. Whatever the reason, a cat usually gives warning signs before biting. If he is hissing, flattening his ears or experiencing low growth, it is time to withdraw.

If your cat doesn’t move because of an injury or illness, it’s a little training time. If you have fought the game with your cat, stop – encourages aggressive behavior against you. Let your cat play with a toy he can replace. If he pokes you in the game or during sex, stop and walk away. If you try to feed your cat and reward your love with a bite, slowly pull out your hand and respect your personal space. If your cat continues to exhibit aggressive behavior, consult your veterinarian.

Aggression and Struggle

Sometimes, cats can watch anything that moves, including you, and jump! Even if your cat practiced catching prey, he could be over-enthusiastic using his teeth and claws. The best way to prevent this behavior is to provide many activities that will allow the cat to focus his energy on the hunting of suitable objects. Never play aggressively with your cat and never physically punish him for this behavior, because he will serve only to strengthen him. Instead, try to give your cat toys that are interactive.

Very cat cats in the house may attack. It is important to ensure that each cat has its own personal space. Show your loved ones one-to-one interest in their favorite resting places. Separate trash pans and feeding areas may also be required.

Nevertheless, regional disagreements may be widespread and very aggressive. If they do so, cats may need to be kept in separate rooms with closed doors and then slowly repositioned. After several weeks of complete separation, the door opens slightly so that cats can explore each other. Change cat rooms several times during this time, so that each cat can get used to the smell of the other. Replace the bedding and food containers. A common toy placed under the door can help cats start playing together. This might be a very slow process, so give your cats time to learn to live together in peace.

Furniture Boots

Scratching is a normal behavior that helps your cat keep the claws in good condition. That means you can’t really blame him for hitting furniture as long as he doesn’t offer him the alternative, like the pillar, for that one. If your cat starts to draw something, cover the object with plastic, instead it will turn into a pole. When you catch your cat scratching furniture, a squirt bottle to squirt water and sternly “no” Try saying. When he scratches his scratching mission, reward him with praise.