Many of us who are parents with cats notice that when we pet, we sometimes turn around our bites. Why do cats do it? Hundred parents say that their dogs wait their tail, wait and lick their hand. They claim that dogs do not bite their hand as pets. Although this is not a race between cats and dogs, I will give this dog. I had a beautiful dog for many years (she died 12 years old) and she never added me when I laid it. However, every cat (except one) has nipped on my hand.
Why do cats motivate your pet as a pet? As usual, I decided to do some research to see if I can find the answer. From what I can say, looks like experts do not agree with the reasons for this behavior, because many doctrines are very much around what is called a petting-induced attack.
One theory is that unlike dogs that are more social, petting can be something beyond normal instinctive behavior. A guiding cure is that cats need to be social with people like very young kittens. Even 5 minutes of human touch every day, the life of cats up to 7 weeks of age, will produce a much more solid cat than those cats who did not have a human relationship until they were older than 7 weeks. However, this resort is not to explain all aggressive aggressive behaviors since general social cats can still show this behavior. And this remedy does not help those who accept adult cats.
Some experts said that a cat could bite when petting exceeds its threshold. While the cat enjoys human touch at the beginning, the repetition of irritation becomes annoying and the cat turns and bites as a way to say "enough." Another theory is that petting causes not only irritation but also causes static electrical or actual pain due to the cat's nervous system. Or sometimes the cat may have a pain in a particular area and your contact or even the belief that you can touch this area can lead to aggressive behavior.
Sometimes cats can find that they actually sleep. eyes). If they wake up suddenly, they can not admit they are tolerated and may believe you are trying to limit them. Focusing they may bite and run before they are fully aware that they are being tolerated. The final theory I found is one of the controls. Some cats need to control the situation as they determine when petting starts and when it stops. What is considered aggressive aggression is a way for the cat to let you know who is in charge. I think behavior is consistent with my experience.
The same reason for aggression that causes petting, there are a few things you can do to reduce the likelihood that your cat will suddenly bite you while you suffer.
It's important to find out if your cat is in a state of disease that can cause pain when it is tolerated, so ask your vet for a thorough examination. Petting can cause pain to worsen or the cat becomes anxious that you may touch a painful area.
Like it or not, we just need to realize that some cats simply do not enjoy being heavy. Cats are unique and while some cats enjoy human touches, love to cool and clap, others do not pretend to be a person at the beginning. These cats could enjoy some human proximity like sitting in the lap, but they do not want to be picked up and petted. We must understand that as you can not change the basic personality of our communication, you will not be able to change the basic character of the flesh and have to accept him as he is.
While we may miss warnings, cats rarely rarely bite. A watchful parent's parent will notice the following clues before aggressive behavior begins:
• Ears can go flat or back
• stiffening of the body
• flows through the skin or the tail
• extended students
• low coarse
• finish the claws
If you see any of these symptoms, stop shooting immediately and allow the cat to go.
Once you have been aware of the warning signs, you can begin to predict your level of catabolism. Start the timing from starting your pet cat for the first time with the warning signs. You can do this for a week or so. Then, next time you pet, make sure you do not exceed this deadline. However, while timing can provide good guidance, you still need to watch the warning signs.
You can also change how you cat your cat. Some cats might want to get a short punch; others prefer to scratch under the chin or between the ears. Not all cats are satisfied with the whole body. Try to pet you cat with different methods. It should be quite clear very quickly which methods are tolerated and which are not.
If your cat bites while petting, please do not fix it physically as this can cause more aggression. However, you can reward your cat for not biting. You can treat your cat after each stroke it can withstand. Over time, your cat can relate the cat with fun and, without any pain, experience increased resistance to resistance.
Finally, you only know your cat and while you can try all the suggestions you could have a cat that simply does not like being petted. While it's hard to resist this little little stomach, chin, neck, etc., then you simply need to find another mutual way to express your affection with your cat.
Source by Marcia Cain