Just like us humans, cats can also feel bored and depressed.
If a cat gets bored, there is usually a reason behind it. More than likely it has something to with a lack of fulfilment, socialization and games.
If you think your cat is bored, it is essential to look at their usual behavior at home and the symptoms that may indicate discomfort, disinterest or lack of motivation in their daily routine.
This tends to happen a lot more in cats that live alone in a house, compared to two cats living together.
In this informative video, we find out about cat behavior from a feline ethological point of view.
In doing so, it explains the symptoms of a bored cat so that you can recognize them early and start changing their routine to reduce the possibility of boredom.
Does your cat ignore you? Do they sleep more than usual? Do they jump on your feet?
In addition to showing you these signs, it also explains what you can do to possibly resolve the problem of feline boredom. Remember how important it is to give your cat plenty of love and attention.
Although cats are often aloof or aggressive, a recent study by a trio of researchers from Oregon State University and Monmouth University have proven that our cats like us more than we think.
They suggested that as humans, we have a lack of knowledge on what stimulates our cats and after testing 19 cats on their favorability between food, scent, toys and human interaction, us humans came out on top!
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