Pet your cat's back - or behind its head - and it will purr happily.
Cats love to be pet, held, and cuddled. Plus, they are extremely loyal. Give them a bit of attention, and you'll get a lot of love in return.
According to , the opposite is true. Making the decision to spay your furry friend is a big one, but it's a good idea to do so before she becomes a mom. Organizations such as The Human Society and ASPCA encourage pet parents to make this appointment to prevent cat overpopulation, which overcrowds shelters and puts individual cats (and their kittens) at risk for neglect.
Not bad pets at all, but should be treated with respect like any animal and not underestimated just because they're small and soft. And I hate the notion that we should put animals down because they show aggression, whether provoked or not, but I do think it's highly unfair that a dog can be put down for a single bite if it looks too much like a pit bull (at least here in the UK that's the case) but that this almost never happens to cats no matter how aggressive. I wouldn't want it to happen to cats. I just don't want it to happen to dogs either.
Pet and stray cats are socialized to people.
i just wanna take naps & pet cats
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