False Myths About Cats – 7 False Facts About Cats


False Myths About Cats
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There is many false facts and opinions about cats which are actually just a stereotype, here is the 7 common False Myths About Cats:

1- Cats are active during the night

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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Actually they are not nocturnal. we think so because we can feel them when they are running around us at three o’clock morning. Cats are actually active during the twilight hours which means they are active in the early morning, to overcome this you have to adjust your pet cat to your sleeping chart so that by feeding your cat at the same time every day it will automatically be habitual.

2- Cats are not trainable

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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The majority of cats owners think that cats are not trainable, indeed they are just as trainable as dogs, and maybe they are thinking that way either because they don’t know how to train them or they believe in the myth that “cats don’t learn and listen”. In conclusion, cats are so creative and they love learning and training.

3- Cats are low maintenance

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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Cats are not indeed it is just because those cats that solely staying at home needs a lot of regards to keep happy and healthy.

4- Cats like to be alone and aren’t loving like dogs

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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We can’t just judge cats because they are not like dogs, in all aspects they are two different animals but because of this difference we are calling them with some characters like ‘apart,’ ‘overly independent, or not affectionate. In fact cats has their own way of showing love because if we could see with their eyes we can see how much they love us.

5- Milk is the best food for cats

Although cats loves milk, you must not feed your cat milk, because All mammals are born able to assimilate their mother’s milk in order that their bodies include the enzyme lactose that breaks down the lactose protein. Once a kitten reaches ab-lactation, her bowels ends producing this enzyme, Your cat will be vomiting and has a disorder stomach when you feed it milk.

6- Cats are loners

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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The majority misunderstand cats and think that they like to be alone and they can deal with that when you let your cat alone in your house with enough food and water then you go to spend your weekend outside, cats actually can get separation anxiety just like dogs.

7- A purring cat means a delighted cat

False Myths About Cats - 7 False Facts About Cats
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When your cat is purring beside you, you just claw its head that means it is absolutely joyful, yet there are some cases which cat purr because it feels painful or injured or even near to death, be careful purring does not mean all the time happiness.

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