Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day

Is your feline buddy a bit inquisitive, or perhaps outright nosy? If so, you’re not alone. Our feline pals are known for being snoopy. (In fact, Fluffy’s curious streak can get her into trouble, but that’s another topic.) There’s a special holiday coming up that is completely devoted to cats’ inquisitive nature. January 22nd is Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day! In this article, an Aurora, CO vet lists some of the things we suspect kitties want to know about.

What Are You Doing?

One of the reasons cats are so amusing is the fact that they like to keep a very, very close eye on their humans. Fluffy may very well monitor you as you go about your day-to-day activities.

What’s In There?

If you open a cupboard or closet that is usually kept closed, don’t be surprised if Fluffy immediately hops in to check it out. Your furball will also investigate boxes, paper bags, and open suitcases.

Where Are You Taking Me?

Our feline friends are always much healthier with good veterinary care. That means regular visits to the vet. Although Fluffy may appreciate feeling better, as she will with proper care, she probably will be a bit confused—and quite displeased—with the car ride over to the clinic.

Why Can’t I Play With That?

Kitties are predators by nature, and they are more or less hardwired to want to pounce and jump on things. At some point, most of you have probably found your furballs ‘hunting’ something that isn’t safe for them to play with, such as plastic wrappers.

Why Can I See The Bottom Of My Bowl?

Fluffy can be a drama queen at times. However, your furry little buddy will never be quite so theatrical as she is when you’re late with her third, fourth, or fifth breakfast.

Why Did You Move Me?

Cats, as you have probably noticed, are very, very tired. Fluffy will nap just about anywhere. At some point, you’ll have to pick your sleeping kitty up and move her. You may need to reclaim your chair, book, or laptop, make the bed, or get to something. You’ll get an adorable little meow of protest from your drowsy pet when you do.

That addresses Fluffy’s questions, but what about yours? Contact us, your Aurora, CO veterinary clinic, with any questions about your pet’s health, care, or behavior.

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