Despite the fact that cats are associated with humans and live among them, we shape a lot of their behaviour. Here is some information that you may be hearing for the first time.
(1) Cats are characterised by a warm body, with its temperature higher than the temperature of the human body, at 20 degrees Celsius. We often find cats in the cold winter looking for a place far from the wetness and low temperatures.
(2) Cats do not like bathing or wetting, but rather they bathe by licking their body. Scientists believe that the reason cats avoid water is because they have never been directly exposed to water during the 5,000-10,000 years of their existence.
(3) There are three reasons to scratch cats:
- To get rid of dead cells in the nails and trim.
- Identify the areas of influence.
- Scratching puts the cat in a good mood.
4) When a cat is on its back with its stomach exposed, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the cat wants to play. Rather, it is a challenge, as if it is saying: “Come on, then. I’m ready.”
5) Most cats do not like hugging. They are not your kids in the end. Cats communicate their love to you with their body or the back of their head.