Aaaand here we go!
after posting a picture of my youngest cat, dory, i decided to dedicate a post to each of my cats, starting from the "oldest" to the "youngest".
sooo here is micio! he's the oldest of my cats (six years) and he's a very particular cat. he was literally resurrected twice, because of his little sick heart. now he's good but after all the resurrecting thing, his little brain seems to be back to when he was a kitten and this gave rise to behaviors like a real r******d cat. you will see...
anyway! i love him soooooo much! ❤️ he's my little, softy, fluffy pudding!
Anybody dealing with a naughty kitty out there? like end of your rope, what the heck is wrong with this cat behavior? don't worry ☺️there is a solution! the important thing to remember is ever behavior serves a purpose.
whether you approve of the behavior or not, everything your cat does serves a function or else it wouldn’t repeat it. cats don’t willfully misbehave out of spite, anger or stupidity. your cat isn’t sitting around at night thinking of ways to drive you insane. if you don’t like a behavior, figure out the reason why the cat feels the need to do it (in other words, what’s the pay-off) and then provide a better option for the cat. look at behavior from a positive approach in order to set your cat up to succeed.
it's important to keep in mind that your cats behavior, much like a humans, is not a reflection of their "self" or inherited personality. behavior is learned, it's very important to remember that your cats behavior can change. paying close attention, learning, and distinguishing behavior from "self" will save you. trust me, this method of training will strengthen the bond you share with your cat and will help you better understand what it needs. ❤️🐾 #catladystyle#catladygang#catladyland#catladybox#catladyproblems#catladyy#catladyforever#catladychic#catladypride#catladyprobz#catlady#catladyandproud#catladyclub