Do you have cats & kittens? I have a cat. Actually I have two cats, so that’s double the trouble. My cats are very demanding and have no problem letting their immediate needs be known. When they meow, bump their head into me, climb or jump up on me, there is no question what they are wanting from me. It’s almost always one of four things and these boys will not stop until they get their way.
What is my cat trying to tell me?
When my cats communicate with me it’s almost always one of four things they are clearly telling me. So, in case your kitties are not quite as boisterous or clear in communicating, her are the four things your cat most likely wants.
Four Needs Your Cat Consistently Communicates to You:
- Feed me
- Let me in/out
- Pet me
- Feed me
Now the last may seem redundant, but nine out of ten times, this is what my kitties are telling me. Cats will also communicate when they are in pain, but as this is not common with a healthy cat, I did not include it. So there you have it, you have been enlightened. You have Rascal and Rocco to thank.
There is one very important thing that I wish my cat’s would communicate
But they never tell me at all! I have to smell it to find out. That is when to change their litter box. I admit, I am horrible at remembering since all through the warm weather months, which is most of the year where I live, they choose to do their business outside. During the short time it’s cold and wet out, they do use a cat litter box in the house. I won’t think about it for a while and then I’ll be out one day and the moment I walk in the door, wow! My eyes start watering. It smells like a cat toilet in here!
I’ve tried many different litters and haven’t found a single one I can say that I love. I’ve found some that do cover the smell pretty good, but the dust when changing it affects my asthma, so I just hate doing it.
This post is sponsored by WeRuVa® and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer NetworkTM. I am being compensated to help create awareness about the launch of WeRuVa’s new It’s a Tea Potty Cat Litter but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. WeRuVa is not responsible for the content of this article.
I was offered the opportunity to try Weruva®‘s new natural clay kitty litter with green tea, you heard me right, it’s a #CatTeaPotty over here!
I was extremely happy with it, and my cats seem to be as well. It is quick clumping for easy clean up, low dust, and no smell! It is clay and grain free litter, no corn or wheat which are common allergens for cats. The Hinoki wood and green tea naturally suppress mold and bacteria from growing for odor control. I haven’t changed the cat box in days and it’s been pouring rain, so I know both cats have been using it. I probably should go clean it, and I will, but I can still enjoy a good smelling house! And I know my cat’s and I are healthier with the natural clay litter.
Weruva is environmentally conscious, they create this sustainable cat litter by sourcing the wood materials by salvaging by products of companies such as piano builders! And a new tree is planted for every tree used. It is a family friendly brand. They began making pet products to provide the best for their own adopted kitties.
You can find Weruva cat litter and order online at Pet360.
Does your cat tell you something other than these main things? Tell me in the comments!
This post is sponsored by Weruva and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness around Weruva’s brand new natural cat litter, but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Weruva is not responsible for the content of this article.