6 Things Your Cat Wants to Know Right Meow

Does your kitty sometimes meow as though she is talking to you? She very well might be! Cats communicate with some very adorable vocalizations. But what does Fluffy want? Since January 22nd is Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day, this is a great time to talk about kitty communication. Read on as a Mt. Pleasant, SC vet lists Fluffy’s most pressing questions.

Is It Dinnertime Yet?

While dogs may be the undisputed kings of begging, many cats have their owners wrapped around their paws when it comes to food. Actually, Fluffy may have you trained to feed her on demand. Those cute meows are hard to resist! Ask your vet for specific nutritional recommendations, and let the answers—not your pet’s theatrics—determine what and how much your cat eats.

Can I Sleep On That?

Cats spend a rather exorbitant amount of time snoozing. In fact, kitties sleep more than almost any other mammal on the planet! Fluffy is always looking for new places to doze off in. As far as cats are concerned, it’s simply not possible to have too many napping spots!

Why Won’t You Open The Door For Me?

We strongly recommend keeping your cat safe and sound indoors, where she is safe from the dangers posed by cars, chemicals, other animals, or weather. Fluffy may not quite see it that way, however, and may very well meow at the door.

Why Aren’t You Paying Attention To Me?

Many kitties are very affectionate, and love being cuddled and petted. Of course, Fluffy may decide that she wants snuggle time while you’re in the middle of doing something. This may be why cats like to sprawl out on their humans’ books, magazines, and computers!

What Are You Doing?

Kitties like to keep a close eye on their humans, and monitor their day-to-day activities. Your curious furry friend may supervise you as you perform household chores, like doing laundry, cooking, or cleaning.

Can You Get That For Me?

Toys offer Fluffy mental stimulation, get her up and moving, and promote healthy activities, like running and jumping. However, kitties have a habit of batting their toys under the sofa. Your cat may politely meow to ask for help retrieving her plaything.

Please contact us, your Mt. Pleasant, SC pet clinic, for all your kitty’s veterinary care needs. We are here to help!