Have you ever suspected that your kitty has you wrapped around that cute little paw of hers? Our feline friends are definitely super cute. Fluffy’s adorable face, combined with her charming mannerisms and endearing vocalizations, is quite heart-melting! It’s no wonder that cats are so good at getting us to spoil them! In this article, a local Scottsdale, AZ vet lists a few possible indications that your kitty is, well, a bit spoiled.
Sleeping In The Laundry
Ok, so Fluffy just got cat fur all over your freshly-washed clothes. But she looks so adorable you just can’t bear to move her, much less reprimand her.
You know that container of fresh cat grass from the pet store probably only has a life expectancy of about a day once you bring it home, but you get it anyway.
When Fluffy decides she wants to be cuddled or petted, she won’t hesitate to make her wishes clear. Your furry overlord may weave between your legs, tap you with a paw, hop up on a piece of furniture to ‘talk’ to you with plaintive meows, or just plant herself on top of your lap or computer keyboard. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing: you stop and indulge your feline friend.
Stealing Your Chair
Have you ever gotten up to go to the kitchen for a glass of water, only to find that your furball immediately took the space you vacated? Kitties usually save their most adorable expressions for this maneuver. When this happens, you leave your cat where she is, and sit somewhere else.
Do you feel guilty about getting up when your cat is curled up on your lap? Fluffy looks so cute and comfy, you decide to stay put a bit longer. Have you ever woken up to find that you’ve been relegated to the edge of the bed, while Fluffy sprawls out in the middle? If so, your kitty just might be spoiled!
The last time you moved the sofa, you found a stash of kitty toys. This doesn’t stop you from regularly picking up new playthings for your furry pal.
Do any of these things sound familiar? If so, take heart: cats can only manipulate people they love!
Do you have questions about your cat’s health or care? Contact us, your Scottsdale, AZ vet clinic, today!