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When your cat needs your attention, it will overcome all obstacles to get it. And despite the fact that your pet has its own unique character, all cats require attention in a similar way. Signs of attracting attention are familiar to all cat lovers: for example, she lies on her back, as if urging you to stroke her tummy, or gently fiddles with her paws, releasing her claws when she sits in your arms.


And if that didn't work, your pet will certainly have at least seven more classic tricks to get your attention:


 Meow.

This is the main way cats communicate. The timbre and tone of the cat's sounds change depending on what she wants to "say". If you are busy with household chores and do not pay attention to your pet, she will start with a quiet but persistent meow, similar to the cry of a newborn baby. She will then go on to a loud, hoarse screech that will make you run towards her, for example, into the next room. And there you will find her sitting with the most innocent expression on her face, which seems to say to you: "Who, me ??".


 Long gaze.

Sometimes a cat just needs to stare at you with delightful wide eyes to grab your attention. It's like a silent incantation: "You will do what I want!" And while this is a technique of indirect influence, you still cannot ignore this deep gaze. You will drop everything and turn your full attention to the cat.


 Lies on your laptop.

Another common and effective method is lying on your laptop (tablet, book, newspaper, magazine, dinner plate, etc.). In this way, your persistent purr asks for attention and reminds you that she is the most important creature in your life. You may think that the cat is lying on the computer because it is warm, but in fact, this way it shows you that it is more important than all these inanimate objects. "Why look into this iron box when you can admire me?" Yours took, dear! But you can use the weapon of the "enemy" by playing a video of squirrels or birds on a laptop screen - your cat will immediately forget that he just sought your attention.


 Waiting for the owner at the door.

If a cat is in your house recently, then you may mistakenly believe that in order to stay in peace and quiet, you just need to close the door of your bedroom or study. Nothing like this. Your cat will scratch and meow until you open it. She can do this for hours - eventually your patience will run out. Some cats run down the corridor, and then rush to the closed door, so it is better not to close it at all. This will help to avoid not only injuries to the animal, but also scratches on the door.


 Throws things off the table.

Is it worth throwing the TV remote off the table if the owner doesn't see it? Your furry pet will only use this clever trick if you are nearby. And if you are not around, then there is no need to do it. Smart cats determine where the valuable thing is, and begin to slowly but persistently push it to the edge of the table, chest of drawers or shelf, leaving you enough time to run up and catch the “jewel” before it falls. If you are focused on something else, the cat will push the object directly onto the floor. Either way, it will grab your attention.


 Gives "gifts".

Cats love to please their owners and pay attention to them as well, and one way to do this is to give a “gift”. Surprises include toy mice, stuffed animals, and even shoes and slippers (yes, dogs aren't the only ones who can do this!). When the cat is trying to get attention, this method works especially well. Sometimes she chooses a maneuver that will definitely make you get up: she takes a bowl and puts it near your feet, after which she begins to scream heart-rendingly until you praise her.


 Rubs against the owner's legs.

This is a win-win, because what could be better than bodily contact with a pet? The cat knows this and is sure that you know it too, so this method works every time. Realize that she is using this clever trick to grab your attention.


It doesn't matter which way your cat chooses - just remember that it can grab your attention for hours. But you can give what she needs: your love and affection (and, perhaps, a little cat food). After all, you've got a cat to share your love, which means you can show it too.


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1 year ago

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Meet Winslow, the adorable 7-year-old cat who just recently became famous on the Internet.

He lives with his owner Kate Nix, who taught the pet a fun trick.


Kate Nix is ​​a musician herself, and she explained that she bought the piano on eBay when she was in high school. Soon, Winslow also began to take an interest in the piano, hitting keys and trying to figure out where the hell the sound was coming from.



Every time her striped buddy is hungry, he taps the keys of a miniature piano with his foot.

As it turned out, Winslow was taught to play the piano when he is hungry, he begins to scream heart-rendingly at the whole apartment. Agree that a piano sounds nicer than a cat's screams.


Of course, it's great when the cat tells you that it's time to eat. But only not in the case when he starts strumming on the piano an hour after each meal.



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