12 May, 2024

“What greater gift than the love of a cat?” #SMSnotes


The word cat comes from the Old English word catt, which originates from the Late Latin word catus, meaning “domestic cat.” There is evidence to suggest that the Latin came from the Afro-Asiatic word kaddîska, which is said to mean “wild cat.”



The cat's meow is her way of communicating with people. Cats meow for many reasons—to say hello, to ask for things, and to tell us when something's wrong. Meowing is an interesting vocalization in that adult cats don't actually meow at each other, just at people.



Play time. When the offer comes in the form of toys, it is a sign that they are very fond of you. Your cat wants to share with its most prized possessions since you are so special to them. It also indicates that they want more play time with you.



Thank your pal for the gift and if she allows you, dispose of it. If she does not allow you to dispose of the gift, then let him take it outside. And don't forget that your cat loves you; she is only trying to bring out the inner predator in you.
A cat may just be responding to an inherent “prey–retrieval” instinct. Since our felines are born hunters, she may be acting on their natural urge to kill and retrieve, bringing her “prey” back into a safe place.


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