How to build a good relationship with your cats?

How to build a good relationship with your cats?

People who have just raised cats may have some doubts about how to establish better interactions with cats and enhance their relationships.


1. Proper stroking

Petting can express your affection and concern for your pet. However, you should pet at the right time. Don't pet when the cat is busy playing. When the cat is emotionally stable, you can try to reach out and pet.


2. Self-feed snacks 

While feeding it, talk to it, and let it get used to your voice. When you feed your cat more times, you will find that it sticks to you more, and you can also express yourself in a happy mood, which the cat can feel.


3. Learn the language and ways of cats 

Knowing the language and ways of cats can enhance your interactions with cats and make communicating with them easier.

4. Brush often.

No matter what kind of cat you have (except hairless cats), have a pet comb for your cat. Don't underestimate this detail, it's the best way to bond with your cat. Regularly brushing the cat can not only brush off the floating hair on the cat's body and keep the hair smooth but also massage the cat and enhance each other's feelings.

cat play with aumuca cat slicker brush


5. Accompany and play

A cat is like a child and needs to feel the care and companionship of its owner. Cats have a soft spot for all moving objects and toys, so you can prepare some novel toys for cats to play with. Insist on interacting with the cat for 15 to 30 minutes every day , and play with the cat with the cat stick.


As long as you carefully understand the cat's preferences and behavior patterns, and spend more time understanding it, you can increase the cat's trust in you.



Image Source:

[from the aumuca Photography Group]

Article reference source:

[1] Williams, E. (2020). Demystifying Cat Shedding: A Guide for Cat Owners. Purrfect Cats Journal, 6(2), 45-58.

[2] Nelson, A. (2019, August 5). Cat Shedding: A Deep Dive into Understanding the Process. Feline Science Journal, 4(1), 30-42. doi:10.3322/fsj.2019.112233