Cat’s habits is very normal because Cats are queens of mixed messages and cannot control her emotions.
Ears look like he’s preparing for takeoff
Your ears are flattened back from your head and stick out slightly – “like an airplane wing” – which is a surefire sign your cat is upset. Don’t panic, but keep your distance.
An all-out attack on people isn’t all that common and when it happens, can actually be a redirected act of aggression. Your cat can’t explain the real reason why they’re angry. So instead, they close the fingernails of people trying to stroke them when the kittens are upset.
Hides under the couch and refuses to come out
Hiding is one of the first signs your cat is unhappy or angry with you. Resist the urge to drag your angry cat out of hiding. Because it’s a protective reflex and if you force it to socialize before it’s ready, it can turn aggressive.
Avoids her favorite mouse toy
Toys can actually be a major source of stimulation for cats. They get bored with the same toys, so it’s important to mix them up or refresh them with catnip.
Cats need lots of stimulation because they are natural predators and like to play catch. That has to do with their hunting instinct, which is also the reason behind why cats sleep a lot.
Gets huffy when you bring out the suitcases
Cats can tell when you’re about to leave them. They may act like they don’t care but start packing and you may notice the cat getting irritated and glaring at you. Leave a t-shirt or some clothes with your scent on their bed.
Make sure your pet sitter gives them extra attention while you’re away. All will be well when you get home. This is very clear because the behavior of the cat will follow.
Gives you “the look”
Cats are masters of expressing emotions through their eyes. Cats especially become disturbed when their routine is disturbed, such as if you feed them late or during daylight saving time. You have to schedule life around your cat lord, or find yourself dealing with a cat that is getting very angry.
Cats will perform better on a regular, predictable schedule, so do your best to stick to one. The cat’s behavior will follow the pattern from there and it doesn’t take time to train.
Growl at you
Think it’s just dogs that growl? Then you’ve never seen an angry cat. Angry cats can make a wide variety of noises that signal their displeasure, including a throaty growl, Rueb says.
Cat’s habits may be that the cat is angry at you or it is angry about something. If your bestie is vocalizing his feelings, start by giving him his space and then slowly do things that will create a positive relationship, like feeding, playing with toys, grooming, or speaking softly.
Watches you from afar
It can be hard to tell if your cat is keeping her distance because she’s upset or if she’s staying away because, well, she’s a cat and cats are weirdos. But if your furry friend actively avoids you when she’s normally playful or keeps away for longer than usual it can be a sign she’s mad, scared, or anxious.
Cat’s habits means that it is not liking something and wants to be cared for by its owner. Or it’s hungry. Be careful not to make it angry at you.