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Why Do Cats Like To Slap And Knock At Things

Why Do Cats Like To Slap And Knock At Things

Cats knock things off tables and shelves when they try to get attention from their humans. Cats swing not only in the game but also in everything they defend or which they consider dangerous. Even after a blow to the head, cats still hit each other, and they do it all the time. A good way to stop your cat is to use a warning to prevent your pet from jumping on your table or shelf.

If your cat has a habit of pushing items off tables and shelves, it could mean that you or your cat are hungry for attention. It is also possible that your cat is moaning at you because she wants to play with you.

If you live with a cat for a while, you will find that the behavior of the cats is quite easy to understand. One can feel, for example, how the cat changes from relaxed to tense, hears its voice, sees its ears and its tail become attentive.

Slapping in the face is slightly aggressive behavior that signals that the cat is afraid. Cats defend themselves quickly when they perceive danger, and their instinct is to kick and claw at anything that approaches them.

Give your cat a new object, e.g. A paper bag or a cardboard box. Give your cat a variety of toys so that you can determine her preferences. Cats like to stalk, hunt and pounce on things that move like prey.

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