We love our cats because they remind us of babies.
Our cats may not like being stroked as much as we think.
A needy owner could mean a frustrated and anxious cat.
Cats have feelings – and can be governed by their emotions.
Cats can be trained to copy our actions
Do our cats judge us?
In conclusion, cats don’t need to socialise like people do – they enjoy some interaction, but on their own terms and, although they’re clever, they don’t experience the same complex emotions as humans. The scientific verdict is no, your cat is not judging you. But, like most cat owners, Suzi’s going to take some convincing…
Decoding Your Cat: The Ultimate Experts Explain Common Cat Behaviors and Reveal How to Prevent or Change Unwanted Ones
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Written by the leading experts in cat behavior from the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, with an introduction by animal expert Steve Dale, this book conveys the newest and best information on cat behavioral science in a fun, interesting, and understandable way. Together with anecdotes from real life situations and the science behind how cats relate to their world, Decoding Your Cat empowers owners to provide a home environment that is happy, safe, and functional, to identify and seek treatment for medical health problems, to understand how to deal with unwanted behaviors, and in general to help cats live longer and fuller lives."