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There are things you should provide for your indoor cats besides food and a warm dry place to sleep. Now you must provide those things but you need to go a step further... Indoor cats get bored by being cooped up in the house 24 hours a day. You can help alleviate that boredom by providing a perch by the window to look out. Cats love to look out the window and perceive the outside world. When it's sunny, I also open the front and kitchen doors to let them look out the screen door. Your cats also love high places. Outdoor cats will climb a tree. Indoor cats not having a natural tree should be provided cat trees. Indoor cats love them. You should provide your cats at least one cat tree and 2 or 3 are not too many. Indoor cats should also be provided plenty of toys to play with. My cats love the Undercover mouse and the Laser Bolt. The Undercover Mouse toy simulates prey and my cats go nuts over it. They also can spend, what seems like hours, chasing that little red dot from the Laser Bolt. I also provide them with catnip toys.They love those too and will content themselves for quite a spell, no pun intended. I try to play with my cats at least 10-20 minutes a day. Please take some time out of your day to play with your cats. They will love it. So the answer to the question "Can You Keep Your Cats From Being Bored?" Is A resounding yes. You can, but it takes a little time and effort. It's worth it for all the joy our cats bring to us.
Many experts are those who say that cats are strictly independent animals. These are the same experts that state cats have chosen to make contact with people, as the strategy of survival. Although many argue with this statement, there are many who agree as well – though they generally agree that the percentage of those who disagree with the cats.
Anyone who has ever had a cat will tell you that cats bond with humans. This is very strange. Normally, the cat chooses someone in the house to bond with. You will know if the cat wants to bond with you, as she will bounce on your lap or snuggle.
Although many experts trying to figure it out, no one really knows why cats choose a particular person to whom they will bond. It may be that individual’s behavior, voice, or simply how that person treats the cat. It Might be that the individual is really gentle, or maybe a bit stronger and it brings out the best in the cat.
There are many ways that researchers have tried to test this topic. Some say that cats bond with someone due to a “psychic aura” that is compatible with both the person and the cat. If a cat feels that someone gives them a bad mood, She will simply ignore that person. While this may be true in a sense, the majority of those who own cats will tell you that it could not be further from the truth.
Although there are many theories and speculation there, no one really knows why cats bond with humans. There is little or no evidence available, except for the cats and the natural instinct for physical survival. There are those who know that their cats crave attention, simply to feel needed. They love to indulge the owners, and shower you with love and attention, if only they have the chance.
Cats are different from other animals, including dogs, Different types of cats bond with their owners, although most prefer affection and attention. The more time you spend around your cat, the more they will bond with you. Over the years, you realize that you link with your pet has grown very strong – and simply can not be broken.