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Answer Your Cat's Questions Day
January 15, 2021

There’s a pre tty curious holiday coming up. January 22nd is Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day! If your feline friend could ask you about the things she really wants to know, what do you think she’d be most curious about? A veterinarian in Portland, OR lists a few educated guesses in this article.

W  hy Are You Laughing At Me?

Fluffy may think of herself as a fierce little lion, but she still looks pretty comical when she’s running after a moth.

Where’s My Breakfast?

Cats are very unique among animals. They are fierce hunters, but they have somehow convinced us to completely pamper them. Fluffy gets quite hangry when her meals are late!

Why Can’t I Sleep There?

Our feline pals may very well have their own kitty mantra about napping: they will fall asleep in or on pretty much everything. At some point, you’ll have to remove your drowsy furball from something mid-nap.

Why Do You Keep Letting The Dog Back In?

We absolutely love our canine pals. However, some of our feline patients are rather less enthusiastic about them. Fluffy may very well wish Fido would go away, so she could have you all to herself!

What Are You Doing?

Kitties like to keep a very close eye on their humans. Fluffy will carefully monitor you as you go about your business. Your nosy pet may even follow you around from room to room. 

Why Did You Take My Toy?

Fluffy is, as mentioned above, a predator by nature. Of course she doesn’t necessarily know the difference between actual prey and random objects, like bottlecaps. (Note: this can be dangerous, as kitties sometimes try to play with things that really aren’t supposed to be toys. Ask your vet for petproofing tips.)

Why Is My Bowl Empty?

Fluffy can be a bit of a drama queen at times. Our feline buddies often act as though seeing the bottom of the food bowl is a huge emergency!

Where Are You Taking Me?

Cats are very much homebodies by nature. Fluffy is often less than thrilled when she finds herself being put into a carrier, brought out to the car, and then driven to her doctor’s office. Explaining the benefits of proper veterinary care probably won’t help.

Do you have any questions about your cat’s health or care? Contact us, your veterinary clinic in Portland, OR, today!

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