Cats have more than sensitive stomachs. These pets are also sensitive to sound and smell. "Any changes in these two sensory areas could cause stress and anxiety
If you're a cat owner, you know cats love routine and loathe disruptions. "Of course big changes like moving houses or bringing home a new pet or a baby can be stressful
Carrier-phobic cats don't like them. If you have to take your pet to the vet once or twice a year, make the carrier look safe and welcoming.
Cats' noses are highly attuned to their environments, just like their ears and stomachs. Intense odors are difficult for even the most fearsome felines to bear.
The use of a cat's tail goes well beyond that of a fluffy toy. According to Berke, cats can detect their environment through their tails and whiskers.
Cats, like people, need both active and passive recreation. What then occurs when that is denied or disrupted? You'll be left with a very depressed cat.
Another feline taboo? Dressing cats. This will amuse you but not your cat. It will also limit their movement and make them uncomfortable.
Staring into your cat's eyes may seem innocent, but she won't enjoy it. "Cats hate being stared at because it shows dominance."