Fondling cats and untouchable cats

There are two groups of cats. Some cling to the people, while others prefer to keep their distance. It is widely believed that the cat that did not have much contact with people in childhood, is unlikely to grow into a pet that will be rallied to his guardian. He will prefer to keep their distance. They have done on this issue many experiences that seem to confirm this wording. And he probably is, in fact, although it is worth noting that there are certain factors that affect the ratio of furries to the people.

Strongly influenced certainly the experience gained by the cat, both childhood and life as an adult. Animal which has been harmed by man, can not trust people until the end of his life. The experience was more traumatic, the more the cat will avoid contact with humans. Great is also affected by a genetic predisposition. To a large extent they affect the behaviour of animals. A factor providing for such a relationship are primarily differences in the behaviour of cats of various breeds. In this case you can compare even the British with Russian cats. The former are fondling, the other untouchable.

Sometimes it also so that our cat would willingly hugged us, but by our improper behavior makes it prefers not to do so. Another situation involves companionship of another pet in the house. If other animal is dominant, then the cat is afraid to approach us.

At the end the question remains: Can we change our cat and make a fonding cat suddenly became more sociable. The answer is: sometimes yes, sometimes no. It all depends on the reasons for his behaviour, and it should be first and foremost in mind.

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