Here are 10 odors you should take note of and watch out for if your cat begins to emit them. Bad Breath. If your cat’s breath is particularly bad, it could indicate that your cat is suffering from some sort of dental issue that could affect its overall health. This is a dangerous odor because dental issues can affect so many things outside of.
Cats like to play favorites, and you might find your oldest cat (or the one that feels most attached to you) insisting on sleeping on top of you. This is a clear show of possessiveness because this kitty wants everyone else to know that she is your favorite one and that you two have a very special connection.
Have you ever wondered what it means when your cat purrs? We know that you feel the love when they let you rub their belly, so find out what all these little gestures mean according to catspeak! Because most of an animal’s speech involves body language, posture, and gesture, the key to understanding your cat is learning to read its body.
It's the cat's bed and he magnanimously allows you to share it. After all, you haven't rousted him out to establish your rights. He's marked both you and the bed with his scent. He decides when he sleeps and when you do, and he decides when you wake up to feed him. In his mind, that makes him top cat. Remember, dogs have masters -- cats have staff.
If your cat is ill, even if you don’t realize it, he will probably become very weak as his body tries to fight off whatever is ailing him. You may notice weakness particularly in your cat’s hind legs, and you also may notice him sleeping a great deal more than he usually does. Lower Body Temperature.
What does it mean when a cat winks at you? It's often a nonverbal way how your cat shows you some love and affection. But, as we have learned today, that's not always the case. Although it's not quite standard, winking can be a sign that your cat's eye is infected and is in need of serious medical attention. That said, it's a good idea to go over to your cat and take a look to see what all the.
When your cat sleeps on its side with the limbs outstretched, it means that your cat is not just content, but that it does not see any need to stay alert; this is a relaxation mode which usually results in deep sleep. If you want to find out more sleeping patterns of your favorite pets, then go here.
The only thing you may notice is that your cat sleeps more, does not play as much, or is restless. With some diseases, especially hyperthyroidism, your cat’s energy level may actually seem to increase to the point of hyperactivity. Cats with hyperthyroidism often are restless at night and may suddenly begin howling or waking family members up.