5 Things You Will Say to Your Cat This Year

Happy New Year! Although many people really enjoy New Year’s festivities, cats typically aren’t quite so enthusiastic about them. Actually, your feline friend will probably just yawn and sleep through today’s parade coverage and festivities. However, we have a pretty good idea of what our furry pals will be up to in the coming months. Here, a Marietta, GA vet lists some things you will tell your kitty this year.

What Do You Want?

Sometimes cats are very clear about letting us know what they want. For instance, your furball may be extremely concise about telling you when she wants breakfast. At other times, Fluffy can be a bit mysterious. At some point, your kitty will meow at you, or perhaps nudge you with her head or a paw, and you won’t be quite sure why.

Get Down From There!

Kitties are very curious little furballs. Fluffy can’t see very much from floor level, so she often jumps onto counters or bookcases. We suspect that many, many people will tell their feline friends this in 2017!

Sorry! I Have To Get Up!

Cats have been our friends and companions for thousands of years. Initially, they kept our properties clear of rodents, and got food and shelter in return. However, it probably didn’t take Fluffy long to realize that she fits perfectly into our laps. At some point this year, your drowsy furball will be comfortably snoozing on your lap, and will make you feel bad for moving her.

What Are You Doing?

One of the best things about cats is their ability to make us laugh. At some point this year, your furry friend will do something that is super cute, if a bit illogical. Fluffy may chase her tail, suddenly run out of the room, or decide to attack a dust bunny.

Oh, There You Are

Does your cat ignore you when you call her? Fluffy has a cute but exasperating habit of refusing to come when called. Many pet parents have begun to worry about their kitties, only to find their furballs peacefully sleeping or just flat-out ignoring them. (Note: If your pet is frequently hiding, contact your vet: this can be a sign of sickness.)

Please contact us for all your pet’s veterinary care needs in 2017. As your Marietta, GA pet hospital, we’re here to help!

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