Bad cat behavior

Do you want to build an exhilarating relationship with your cat? (While shaping its behavior)

Did you ever know that there is a perfect step by step guide written by a famous cat behavior expert?

Read no more jargon on cat behavior. Apply no more complex tricks that never work

Do the right thing!

All the techniques in this book are based on the feline psyche. Only way to change your cat's behavior is to understand it right. Gain the understanding of your cat’s natural instincts and

  • Avoid your cat from scratching your furniture
  • Deal right with his urinating problems
  • Cut the root causes of spraying
  • Change wrong potty behavior
  • Gain a timed cat's trust
  • Develop your cat’s relationships with other pets in your house
  • Deal right with aggression problems
  • Maintain peace and happiness in multi-cat homes
  • Identify and cut the root causes of stress in a cat
  • Build a remarkable bond with your loving pet

And lot more…


Cat Behavior

Cat behavior and its' relevance to cat communication

Cat communication is better than human communication though it is done with cat behavior. We humans are much used to rely on words alone (it is our weakness). It is said that more than ninety percent of human communication is nonverbal though we don't utilize it right. Even though our cats are always trying to communicate with us with their cat communication tactics, we human completely ignore them, as we cannot read their nonverbal language patterns. It is not an exaggeration to say that your cat is talking to you every single second. He is always trying to get closer to you. You just have to do a little observation and you have to raise your awareness. Everyday, spend some time to Pay more attention to your cat, soon you will able to learn most of the ways he uses in cat communication.

Cat behavior is an interesting phenomenon. The way your cat communicates with you is different from the way he communicates with other animals. Noises, other sounds and gestures are in cat communication arsenal. Let's take a cats' most common sound "meow" for example. Happiness, hunger and curiosity lead to different tones of "meow"(I am pretty sure that you have noticed this). Do you remember the way he/she welcomes you home? A long lasting meow of high pitch is used to express anger. A soft voiced "meow" of low pitch is used to express happiness. When one of my kittens asks for food, meowing and rubbing his body against me, the other kitten will come running to me( I have two kittens), asking for the same treat that I am preparing for his partner. Now we are going to consider some more cat behavior patterns used in cat communication.

A cats' personality is the determinant of his own voice and pitch. Some cats don't make noises at all. Purring is an interesting phenomenon we find in cat communication. It is the way cats use to convey a message that they are contented and happy at the moment. But going through a horrible incident can cause a cat purring too. It is used as a self calming mechanism. Also a cat in a serious illness may purr.

The tail of a cat is a good indicator of its state of mind. When a cat keeps his tale high he is happy. The cat is happier, higher the tale. Pointing the tail straightly up is the indication of complete happiness. A cat twitches his tale to say he is angry or annoyed and the ears may also flatten when he is much annoyed.

Puffed up hair says that the cat is scared and that is an interesting cat communication pattern. Larger eyes, hissing and groaning convey the same messages. When your cat wants to play it lies on its sides with it paws and feet outstretched.

There are many other nonverbal patterns cats use in communication; Not only cat behavior, but bad cat behavior is also a form of cat communication. Bad cat behavior is a sign saying, that the cat is stressed(more than 90% of the time) you can learn thousand more with careful observation and attention. Always look at him properly and try to figure out what he is saying you. Maybe it could be that he is saying "HE LOVES YOU"


Stressed cat symptoms or bad cat behavior?

Stressed cat symptoms and how to read them from cat behavior

Stress is the greatest barrier which can build between you and your lovely pet. Stress causes changes in regular cat behavior and cat communication. Frustration is the worst result of stress and it can make both of you uncomfortable. Stress can easily damage human relationships and it is true for relationships between animals and humans. Knowing the common symptoms of a cat with stress, you can build a better relationship with him/her. Health problems can appear as sudden changes in cats' behavior and that is not bad cat behavior; therefore, it is wise to visit your vet in a situation like below ones.

1. Problems with the litter box (Understood as a bad cat behavior)
A cat in stress may avoid the litter box. But, there are several other reasons causing a cat to avoid the litter box. A dirty litter box or a litter box which doesn't fit its size can cause a cat avoiding it. It is not wise to assign any of these with bad cat behavior.

2. Territorial marking behaviors (Understood as a bad cat behavior)
A cat in stress may show excessive territorial marking behavior.

3. Decreased or increased appetite
Over eating or loss of appetite are signs of stress. Therefore if your cat eats less than or more than usual, it could be it is in stress. Excessive grooming is also a sign of stress.

4. Redirected aggression(Understood as a bad cat behavior)

Acting wild and showing aggression towards other people are signs of stress .This can happen due to the feeling of threat like an intruder cat or a dog.

5. Hiding
Acting restlessly or panicking for little things, spending lot of time hiding are probable signs of stress.

Most important thing is that you should understand your cats' situation when it is in stress. Show much more love and sympathy and try to find out the root course for his situation. A cat with stress would crave for attention. It is looking for help from others.


Cat Behavior | Cat training

Your cat and its Behavior

It is wonderful to have a cat as your pet. But it can be bit challenging too as cat communication is different from our mother tongue. So both pet and you have to rely on nonverbal communication. But it doesn't prove you can't talk with your cat. He'll recognize your tone like a little baby recognizes his mothers tone and laughs when shown a little love.

Cat may show you thousands of signs and clues about himself each day(That is cat communication). So it could be better as a cat owner to understand cat behavior, like why does a cat scratch or bite, why they mess up, avoid litter box and do thousand other things.( And how to reform cat behavior without punishments).

Also understanding why your cat gets stressed and what are the symptoms of a stressed cat will help you to make a better connection with your pet. Help him when he is in need(you can only do this if you can read cat behavior).

I know that everybody likes to have good relationship with their cat. Knowing how to win your cats trust will help you a lot with it. Especially if you like to have more than one cat in house, knowing how to introduce cats will also be useful.


Cat behavior

I know you love cats!

Hey, there is no telepathy
You are here just because you love cats. And most of all you are interested in cat behavior.

I love my two cats too…
But loving and understanding are two words for sure
Are you fluent in cat communication?
Well, I am
Oh, come on!!!
You don't have to be a cat to read cat behavior.

Still remember, one day, worrying about two of those loving friends who confused me all the time with their bad cat behavior.

I was helpless.

Why do they avoid the litter box?
Scratching the furniture and spraying all over the house,
How could I communicate with them?
I had no idea about cat communication or cat behavior.
Yes, I was used to talk to them in my mother tongue though I knew they cannot understand me. But that never worked.

Only way to communicate with them was my own behavior. But everything I did made the case severe. Everything I did to control them stressed two of them and case got worse. Finally, the result was more bad cat behavior.
Whose problem was this?

You will say, "Cats are not intelligent like humans, so we should forgive them and be patient"

Yes, I also thought like you though that didn't solve the problem.

That's when I realized I had ENOUGH of being stressed about this; I needed to get this problem handled once and for all. I had to do so I wouldn't EVER feel horrible like that again. I wanted to be able to know what to do in that situation so I could actually communicate with them and get their attention to me and then make them become two loving partners who are smart and cute. For this I had to learn cat communication patterns and cat behavior.

So I started reading yahoo answers (and asking questions) and someone mentioned that "Cat Behavior Secrets Revealed" was really the best place to start if I wanted to learn how to understand cat behavior. He also stated that there is a specific behavior which I can use to communicate with cats, my needs and values (or how to covertly change their cat behavior to a better one).

Visiting the website I understood that I was not alone. Every sentence, literally every word described my problem and it was common than I ever thought. So I bought the book right away.

What I found the most useful in this book was when she explained what creates stress in cats and how it drives them wild. (Stress is the root course of bad cat behavior).When she explains the concept in the book, she tells you how to apply it and tell you what specific steps you have to take in order to achieve real life results. This is why the book it unforgettable.

After several weeks from reading the book and starting to apply those techniques, my two cats started to change their bad cat behavior and their "Purr…Purr" started to grow. This signaled me that they are more happy and contented than ever.

"Cat Behavior Secrets Revealed" changed the way I see cats, encouraged me to make this page and is my most highly recommended book to people who've felt like me.

Thank You Liz Barton for writing "Cat Behavior Secrets Revealed"

A review by Dilani Mallikarachchi