Some netizens often report that cats excrete everywhere. In fact, most cats don’t have this concern, because cats are very clean animals, and their nature will guide them to excrete in solid places. But why do some cats behave abnormally? In my opinion, there are only the following problems: first, health problems. When a cat suffers from cystitis, gastrointestinal discomfort, constipation and other diseases, it is possible to defecate anywhere; secondly, the cat’s toilet is not cleaned regularly, and when the cat is dissatisfied with the texture or smell of cat litter, it will also appear to defecate outside the toilet; and, put the cat toilet in the entrance and exit of many people In addition, if the cat is near the toilet or in the toilet for a long time, he will be scolded by the cat’s owner when he is near the toilet or in the toilet for a long time. Therefore, we only need to analyze the behavior of specific cats in view of these problems and take corresponding measures. But keep in mind that punishment doesn’t work well and can make the problem worse, especially if it’s too severe or only after the fact. For example, putting the cat in the toilet after severe punishment will cause bad conditioned reflex of the cat to the toilet. Under no circumstances should the cat be patted or physically punished. For example, pressing the cat’s nose to the floor where it is defecating will produce worse effects. When the cat is not good, scold loudly. In order to make people and cats live a comfortable life, it is necessary for the cat to abide by the discipline of each family. Therefore, we should teach cats well and give them the minimum necessary education. If we master the following four points, then the work of training cats will be carried out smoothly. First of all, the first is to criticize on the spot immediately. When it does something it shouldn’t do, it should immediately “no” and “hello” yell. Of course, the cat didn’t stop at the owner’s words, but stopped because he was frightened by the loud noise. If you do this repeatedly, the cat will gradually feel that it will be reprimanded and will not do it again. When a cat does something it shouldn’t do, it’s no use taking it to the crime scene to preach. Cats are healthy animals. Even if they are reprimanded for what happened just now, they will not understand why they are reprimanded. When it’s doing well, it’s also important to play well. The second is to educate patiently. It is not that criticism can be allowed today, but that criticism should be conducted with the same attitude and patience at all times. If people give up halfway, then the previous conflicts will be white. “I’ll be forgiven right away anyway.” In this way, the cat will be ecstatic. The third is that corporal punishment must not be carried out. If you hit a cat casually, it will have a sense of fear of its owner, and then produce a humble sex. Because the cat’s body is much smaller than the human body, it is likely to be injured if it is beaten. The fourth is to praise it when it performs well. Although the cat can’t understand the owner’s words, it is very clear that the voice of rebuke is different from that of praise. When the cat is praised, it will be in a better mood, so the effect of education will gradually be higher. Of course, in this case, it’s important to praise on the spot rather than afterwards.
When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore.
When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate. From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The laryngeal cavity is divided into three parts, the upper part is the vestibule of the larynx, and the caudal margin is the false vocal cord. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity. In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats stand out, while kittens rarely snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people. In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which should not be ignored
The Hong Kong Wen Wei Po reported on October 12 that cats often purr in their throats when they are resting. Some people think it’s a cat snoring, but American scientists have found that it’s one of the ways cats treat themselves.
Scientists point out that both domestic and wild cats purr after being injured. This kind of snoring from the throat hair helps them heal bone and organ injuries, and also makes them stronger. From human experiments, scientists have also found that exposing the human body to sound waves like the sound of a cat beating can help improve human bone mass. This finding supports the theory that human exposure to sound waves of 20 to 50 Hz can strengthen bone and promote bone growth.
Markinsonal, director of the Institute of zoological communication in North Carolina, says cats can use their own sound waves to heal. Scientists point out that sound waves of a certain frequency can stimulate the course of treatment for bone injuries in cats. The effect of purring from the larynx of feline animals is just like that of human beings exposed to ultrasound