By the time she was 6 months old, she could already know the world by herself. The cat was alert to the unknown environment and strangers. This is also related to the cat’s character, you can use dried fish and other items to slowly build trust with it. Slowly, it’s much better when the cat relaxes its guard. 6 months old is not very easy to teach, the cat is proud.
Compared with humans, the average life span of a cat is much shorter: a properly cared domestic cat can live for one to one year. However, due to the uncertainty of food and shelter, and the unexpected threat of wild cats, it is said that they only have a life span of years. Many owners can learn from their love of cats the impermanence and value of life, and they can accept the death of cats. After the birth of the kitten after years, the equivalent of human years. Since then, they have increased their age every other year, and when they reach the age of 10, they are officially facing the old age. Ear mites that care for cats usually don’t matter, unless there are too many earmites that feed on the wall of the ear and produce brown earwax. The symptoms are that the cat is always scratching its ears or shaking its head. If infected with the inner ear canal, it will affect the cat’s hearing and body balance. If there are ear mites, the veterinarian will prescribe ear drops. Scratching the ears all the time indicates that there must be something wrong with the cat’s ears, which are vulnerable to all kinds of injuries. Cat fighting can tear and infect the cat’s ears. If not treated, the ear will deform. White cat’s ears are prone to frostbite and burn, and lead to cancer. You can ask the veterinarian for some medicine. If you think the cat’s ears are always checked by a veterinarian. Ear drops are usually used in this case. Veterinarians examine cats’ ears with an otoscope – an instrument that looks deep into the ear canal. Don’t put anything in your ear. Cat’s ear is very vulnerable to injury. Cat’s language is a kind of domestic animal that people like. Cat can’t speak, but it has its own language. It expresses its requirements, wishes and feelings through different calls and various actions When a cat makes a meow, it stops abruptly when it barks. Its mouth is open and it doesn’t close immediately. It usually expresses two meanings: one is to greet you. For example, as soon as you go home, the cat will greet you like this; the other is to ask for something. If the cat calls in front of the refrigerator door, it means that it is hungry and asks for food; if it calls in front of the closed door, it is It means it wants to go out and play. When a cat is injured, extremely distressed or dying, it often purrs loudly; the injured cat purrs to the veterinarian, which may be a sign of friendship; to its owner, it may be an expression of gratitude for friendship. Sometimes, a cat purrs, which means that it is satisfied. If a cat is injured, even if it is badly hurt, it will still snore as long as it is lying in the owner’s arms. If you say a few words of affection to the cat, it may roll on the spot, stretch its limbs, open its mouth, dance its claws, and gently shake its tail. This is an expression of infinite trust in the owner. For strangers, the cat will not take the risk of doing this posture, because it is extremely vulnerable to face up and bare belly. When the cat is happy, its ears are raised, the beard is relaxed, the pupil does not change, and the tip of the tail twitches. If its ears are upright and swing inward, the tip of the ear bends inward, the pupil shrinks into a slit, and the beard sticks forward, it is angry. If you just put the two ears back, it means “don’t”. For example, if you give it something to eat, it means to refuse. If a stranger comes, he’ll lie under the bed with his ears close to his head, which is a sign of his fear. Cats like to rub on your legs, in part because they want to be friendly, sometimes to comfort you. The cat is very sensitive to this kind of smell. When the owner is depressed, it will take the initiative to rub your hands and feet to comfort you. In addition, the cat’s tail is also a tool to express emotions. When it encounters a new situation or is very happy, its tail often twitches violently; when it finds a mouse or other small animal and is ready to attack, its tail forms a straight net with its body lying down, parallel to the ground, and only the tip of its tail swings slightly to the left and right; when it fights with the enemy or is not often angry, the whole tail lashes the ground violently; when it is frightened and frightened, the tail will form a straight net with its body Trembling; when asking for food from the host, the tail is straight and upright, almost at a right angle to the body; when sleeping, the tail will be around.