Does your kitty have a way of looking particularly pleased with herself when she is misbehaving? We suspect that Fluffy knows full well when she’s doing something wrong, but just doesn’t care about your household rules. Actually, there are quite a few things cats apparently do not care about at all! You’ll read about a few of them in this article from Arapahoe Animal Hospital, your Boulder, CO vet clinic, serving Louisville and surrounding areas.
Cats are very curious little furballs. In fact, they are often downright nosy! Fluffy may trail you around the house, and may even follow you into the bathroom. Privacy is clearly a non-issue for kitties!
Has your kitty ever plopped down in the center of the room and started washing her bottom in front of your guests? Case in point.
Fluffy’s claws make climbing easy for her. Many cats love scaling bookcases, trees, and fences, sometimes with death-defying twists and jumps thrown in. Apparently, gravity isn’t something that kitties are very concerned about.
Have you ever attempted to sleep in on a weekend, only to have your furball wake you, up demanding breakfast Right Meow? Fluffy just doesn’t care about your day off!
Fluffy’s pretty fur is one of her cutest attributes, but it definitely looks much better on her than it does on your things. Your cat is too busy looking cute to care if she is leaving fur everywhere.
The Well-Being of Small Animals
Our feline friends are quite ferocious little hunters. Many cats like to leave their human servants ‘presents’ as a way of showing their gratitude. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always bode well for mice, birds, and other small animals.
Visiting the vet is definitely in your cat’s best interests. Fluffy, however, may not see it that way, and may cry in the car the whole way. (We don’t take it personally.)
Cats certainly love the simple pleasures of life. In fact, eating and sleeping are Fluffy’s favorite pastimes. Unfortunately, this can make it quite easy for kitties to get out of shape. Ask your vet for tips on your furball’s diet and exercise regimen.
Please contact us here at Arapahoe Animal Hospital, your Boulder, CO vet clinic, serving Louisville and surrounding areas, with any questions or concerns about your cat’s health. We’re here to help!