Cat Behavior Problems
Cat behavioral problems are a lot more common than many people believe.
There is always a solution, but this can quite often take quite a lot of work, and the longer these behavioral problems are left the harder they are to correct.
It will take consistent effort and the use of the right techniques to get your cat to behave as expected.
These behavioral problems can be anything from urinating inside the house to aggressive action towards you and other people.
Knowing what to do will eliminate a lot of the frustration that is involved in trying to train or retrain a cat, and will ensure that you get the desired results as fast as possible.
Not only will you be happier and have a happier household, but your cat will also have a happier life if it doesn’t have these behavioral problems because often they stem from problems that need to be addressed for your cat’s happiness.
Urinating and aggressive behavior can often be associated with your cat feeling insecure about itself and its surroundings. Consider whether there are other cats or threats to your pet and try to eliminate these first to see if they help to curb or cure the problem.
Often the elimination of any threats towards your cat will result in your pet being comfortable with its surroundings and not feel that it is necessary to mark its territory or to be aggressive towards other pets and people. Sometimes it can be a jealousy problem if there is more than one pet in the family and the cat with the problem feels like it is not getting enough attention.
Even as a change of location can affect stress levels for people, the same can happen to cats, so any changes in their environment can have a marked effect on the way that they act and time will need to be spent on them to ensure that they feel secure.