What do You need to save yourself contre cat attack?


Cat Attack Triggers

As mentioned earlier, as random as a cat attack could seem there’s always a trigger. Whether your cat attacks your face, legs, hands or feet you would like to form the attention of everything that was happening at the time. Where were you? What were you doing? What was happening around you? In this manner, you’ll begin to know what upsets your cat and the way to avoid those scenarios going forward.

The following are common provocations of cat attacks:

·       Play that gets out of hand

·       A scary noise like a drill or a vacuum 

·       Prey that’s out of reach like a bird outside a window

·       Hunger

·       Something new placed within the house

·       The appearance of another pet or addition of a replacement pet

·       Strange people within the house

·       Being woken from sleep

·       Illness, injury or pain

·       Being alone too long

·       A strange new smell

·       The appearance of the cat carrier

If your cat isn’t usually an attacker you ought to take it to your vet for a check-up.

Causes of Cat Attacks and How to Avoid Them

1.It’s Just a Kitten Thing

Kittens are learning all the time and most of their aggression is caused by fear or curiosity. once they play they discover the way to interact with people and that we need to teach them what’s acceptable behavior.

If you encourage a kitten to pounce by wiggling your fingers or toes you can’t act surprised or get cross if your kitten claws and bites you. Avoid this sort of play and your kitten won’t assume it’s okay to feed on your appendages. Instead, encourage your kitten to play by using appropriate kitten toys.

Always have many toys handy and if your kitten tries to bite or scratch you, distract it with one. Avoid shouting or punishment in the least costs.

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