Living with a cat becomes a daily life force. However, cats that always seem to be bright sometimes experience anger, fear, anxiety, and other negative emotions. And this can lead to the development of bad behavior, which can have a profound impact on caretakers as well as caretakers if not corrected.
Understanding cat behavior issues
The caregiver should be able to understand the cat's behavior and body language in order to have a pleasant life with the cat and communicate properly. Of course some of these actions are subtle, but they usually convey their message in a controlled, mild manner.
Sometimes it is uncomfortable to show offense to the guardian, but it is also good to understand and solve the feelings of the cat. Some of the common behavior problems that cats can look like are:
1. Speaking behavior problem
If a cat cries all day and screams, it can hinder not only the family but also the neighbors. This behavior may be normal for some varieties, especially shamizu, but if you have too much noise and treble, it is definitely a good behavior problem. Therefore, when these actions are observed, it is effective to distract them from exercise or other activities. Or, if you cry often, you may be experiencing physical pain or suffering. Cats make a cry when they are uncomfortable, but they are usually a source of illness and physical pain. In addition, when the hungry carers get the attention of the hungry can cry or cry.
2. Scratching behavior problems
The act of rubbing the cat all over the place has a signal to indicate its territory. The caregiver should be able to distribute the attention of the cat by using toys or other items that are useful for play. It is also good to have a scratching post or plate that can scratch freely without a toy. If you want to prevent furniture scratches, you can put a nail cap on it or prevent it from approaching with pheromone.
3. Chewing behavior problem
A dog likes to take something in his mouth and chew, but the cat is the opposite. This means that when the cat suddenly begins to chew on something, there is a problem. Most occur either because they are boring or when the kitten has teeth, or because of nutritional deficiencies, aggression and play activities. At this time, make sure that the nutrients of the cat are supplied sufficiently, while at the same time, use pheromone and supplements to relieve stress and anxiety. They also help deal with aggressive behavior.
4. Obsessive licking behavior problems
Often there are painful, stressful and anxious licking oneself in an obsessive manner. Especially when the body is sick or painful, it tends to lick, but it is a matter of licking hard enough to pull out all the hair. Stress and anxiety also make the body parts lick excessively.
5. Urine problems
Cats can experience a variety of urinary problems as they grow. For example, the tendency to urinate around the toilet rather than the toilet can be caused by infection, inflammation, stress, or tumors. It is good to take it to the hospital immediately and get a checkup. In addition, dietary or pheromone, supplements and drugs can be used to treat urinary problems.
Discipline cat properly
It is very important to know that a cat's bad behavior can lead to serious problems. The caregiver should be able to teach the cat what action is appropriate, and it is better to train with reward for effective discipline. Here are some tips.
1. Crying loudly: If a cat jumps into a dangerous place such as a kitchen cupboard or where it should not go up, you can shake the cat's attention by putting a few coins in an empty cans.
2. Use of Inhibitors: Some cats are extremely reluctant to smell citrus, chili powder, or other commercially available spray. It can be used to distract cats or to keep them away from certain areas.
3. Using a water spray bottle: Spraying with water is also a dislike for cats. It is effective to spray the water in the sprayer when the cat behaves badly.
In addition to training cats properly, there are things that you should never do. As follows.
1. Physical Damage: In the name of discipline, it is not allowed to injure yourself by intentionally beating or kicking. This only makes the bad behavior repeat more and more.
2. Do not bother: Most caretakers often touch and detain cats, harassing and annoying cats. But instead of doing this, it is better to put a blanket instead. This not only relieves the stress of cats, but also the safety of cats and caregivers.