Is your Feline to attached to their owners?
My mom calls me “THE” Feisty Feline aka Lily, a mama’s baby, siamese twin, superglue just a few nicknames her favorite nosy rosy. Yes, us feline can get very attached to their owners. We are social creatures and enjoy spending time with their humans. We may show our affection by rubbing against you, purring, grooming you, or following you around the house. We may also become anxious or stressed when you are not around.
There are a few things you can do to help your cat feel more secure and attached to you:
- Spend time with your cat every day. Play with them, pet them, and talk to them.
- Make sure your cat has a safe and comfortable place to sleep.
- Provide your cat with plenty of toys and scratching posts.
- Feed your cat at regular times and give them fresh water every day.
- Take your cat to the vet for regular check-ups.
If you are concerned that your cat is too attached to you, there are a few things you can do to help them become more independent. You can start by gradually spending less time with them and encouraging them to spend time on their own. You can also try to make sure that your cat has plenty of other things to do, such as playing with toys or watching birds outside.
It is important to remember that every cat is different. Some cats are more independent than others. If you are unsure about how to help your cat, you can always talk to your veterinarian.