Much research and time has been put into the subject of whether or not dogs and other animals have emotions. However, even without the scientific studies of many contemporary animal behaviourists, the general consensus is that animals do have emotions.
Spraying is the term used to define the process in which a cat leaves traces of its urine at seemingly random places and objects. This is a very common problem most cat owners will face at the start. However, although it can be frustrating to constantly have to face this annoyance, do take solace in the fact that the spraying problem can also easily be solved if you know what to do.
To solve the spraying problem, we must first understand the underlying root causes behind the action. Despite what most pet cat owners believe, the true reason behind spraying isn’t your cat’s inability to control neither its bowels nor a matter of toilet training. A cat’s urine contains pheromones, which is a substance that cats and other animals use for communicating. Although it cannot be perceived by a normal human being, this is also the way that cats identify each other. Do understand that a cat is merely marking its own territory when it starts spraying. In addition, this also allows other cats to easily know that this territory along belongs to another cat.
A common interpretation of the word “Intelligence” sees it as the ability to acquire and remember information and then use that knowledge to aid in solving different problems. Going by that definition alone, cats definitely can be considered intelligent and might be one of the smartest animals among those usually around us.
If you ever put a cat into a room it has never been in before, you should see it start to explore and inspect every corner of it within the first few minutes. This detailed search gives the cat invaluable information that it will acquire and remember about the things in that room. Very often, it is this very knowledge that ends up saving the cat from harm. This behaviour might have given rise to the saying “curiosity killed the cat” but most likely resulted in cats being rumoured to have 9 lives instead.
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Speaking with Animal Guides
As an animal communicator, you get the chance to meet and speak with many animal species, breeds and characters. Sometimes, you get the honour to speak with an animal guide, an old soul, whose sole purpose on this Earth and lifetime is to provide deep spiritual guidance to his carer. Read more..
Much same way cats can see in the dark, horses too see the world in a very different way compared to humans. This is a very important point to remember if you are a horse owner or trainer. Simply having this knowledge alone would help you to avoid many unnecessary incidents and aid you in better training and handling of your horse. Nonetheless, apart from knowing that we have differences in our sights, it is good to go a little more in depth and find out exactly how our vision differs from our horses’. Read More…
We often assume that everyone else sees things the way we do. However, simple differences in perceptions, mindsets and emotions can cause people to see things from entirely different ways. Now imagine a world through the eyes of your pet dog. The vast difference in height, senses and thought processes would make them see things vastly differently from us, wouldn’t it? Read More…
Until next month, take all care! Please kiss your pets for me!
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