Cats can be funny creatures. Cats are mysterious creatures. They are pensive, solitary, and sometimes downright creepy. Cats can be loveable, friendly pets, but sometimes they might not like you very much. Here are some signs that a cat is less than happy with their owner.
On backs with claws out
It’s hard to say no to a kitty lying on its back — it looks like an open invitation for a belly rub! This may be the case, this position allows them to watch you while they have all their weapons out ready for attack. Just be ready to back off if the cat gets annoyed.
The tail is crazy
How can a tail "look mad," you might ask. But once you learn how to read a cat's tail to interpret its mood, life with the cat will be much easier. Your cat’s tail is one of the best ways to understand what your mysterious pet is feeling. The height of its tail is a tell-tail sign that your cat is feeling happy or upset with you. Generally, the lower the tail, the more likely your cat is in a fearful or hostile mood. If the tail is tucked under its body, they’re definitely not feeling you, so back off. If your cat has t the lower your cat's tail is, the more stressed your cat is, so keep an eye out for a lowered or tucked tail.
Hiss at you
If your cat is hissing at you, then they're definitely upset. If a full-grown cat is hissing, it's a surefire sign they're unhappy and potentially feeling threatened. But that hissing, growling, and swatting are all normal behaviors in kittens as they try to develop. Let’s be real — hissing is absolutely terrifying. If your cat is hissing at you, it’s definitely not happy with you.
Bite at you always
It's a clear sign of resentment from adult cats. That a clear sign of resentment from your cat is biting.Although people stated that biting is normal behavior for kittens, but stated that full-grown cats should never be biting, especially when you reach out to try and pet them. If they are, they're not very pleased.
Don’t use their litter box
Probably the most irritating sign on the list that your cat purposefully pooping outside of the litter box is a sure sign they’re trying to get under your skin. You’ll be tempted to excuse this behaviour by speculating that they could have done it by accident, but don’t underestimate the intelligence of your feline. It’s possible your cat is telling you they don’t like where you’ve set up their litter box or that they’re having a hard time accessing it.
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Remember cats could be keep a grudge
You’ve probably suspected that your cat can hold a grudge but were never sure if it was actually possible. After disciplining your cat maybe you’ve noticed that a few minutes later they “randomly” scratch or bite you, or keep their distance from you for hours on end. Yes cats, like humans, are capable of holding a grudge.
No matter what, we still love our cute furry sweetheart.❤
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*We hope to give you better ideas for your pet, but this information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. Always follow the instructions provided by your veterinarian. If your pet feels bad, please take it to the veterinarian in time.