instincts

What should I do if my cat preys on small animals?

The natural hunting instincts of cats can become a problem if you have small Pets. In most cases, the cat will be simply mesmerized by them and never do nothing. But it all depends on her character and her hunting abilities.

Your actions. Make sure that cages and aquariums are well closed and will sink if the cat will jump on top of them. Many cats will try to get closer to look at the movements of the animals up close. It can be dangerous if the lid of the aquarium to crack or a small house for hamsters roll over. Don’t let the hamsters run around inside the training ball around your cat. Of course, from the point of view of the person, and the hamster is perfectly safe. But the rodent can experience severe stress, if the cat will begin to hunt for him or roll a ball with its paw.

Rabbits are, in fact, the cat’s prey, therefore in the presence of the cat they are under stress. But if the cat and a rabbit growing up together and used to each other, then no stress will be. Your rabbit must be a safe haven where he can escape from cat’s sight and cat attacks. Never let small or young rabbits run freely next to the cat. Maybe a rabbit will show her slashcontrol prey to hunt, but some cats regularly catch rabbits. But even failed attempts can hurt the rabbit, both physically and mentally. Continue reading

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