Are cats offended?
They say that cats walk on their own and love only themselves. But affectionate purrs that do not come down from the owners’ knees refute this. They are attached to people no less than dogs, try to spend near the owner every minute and are very homesick, remaining alone. Such cats are sensitive, their mood largely depends on the owner, and offending them is very easy. But self-sufficient and seemingly independent cats are offended no less. Perhaps they do not need constant attention of the household, but some inaccurate gesture can hurt them so much that it will take a long time to return the location of the pet!
What do cats feel when they are offended?
Each cat is individual, as are its owners. And the reaction to the insult is different for everyone. Some become self-contained and become unsociable, cease to trust and avoid the masters, while others build a plan of revenge. Continue reading