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Q: how can I make my cat very happy?

June 21, 2009 | By Mogilny89 | 6 answers | Expired: 1883 days ago

Mogilny89

my cat is mean sometimes or doesnt care about anthing. i want my cat to know I like her but she doesnt listen. i've been trying to give treats to her,give her toys or pet her but she doesnt care.

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Jun 22, 2009

throw her out into the wild for a week and then let her back into the house...then she'll love you if you let her back in!!

lol on a serious note... how about constantly petting her or combing her fur and giving her a lot of affection...or feed her canned food? my cats love me when I do that...up until i give it to them....and then im chopped liver,...lol

good luck! :)

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Doug51008
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Jun 22, 2009

Maybe something is wrong with her physically, something is hurting her that you can't see. But its hurting her, in a way that she can't tell you. Take her to the vet, and let them look her over. If your kitty, checks out okay, then try playing with her as much as you can. My cat's favorite toys are the small mice with the rattle inside of them, and has cat nip on them. But you've got to shake and throw the mice to get your cat to play with you. The other toy my cat loves, is the stick with the feathers on the end of it, try to get the ones that look like real bird feathers. What I do to get my kitty interested in it, is to move it around like a bird and let it land on something you cat can catch it. Or lay it on the floor and move it just slightly, to imitate prey. Let her chase it, and jump up in the air after it. If your kitty is get old, she just might wanna be lift alone for a while. Give her time, and she will come to you for affection. And a warm lap. But before you try all the suggestions I said, take your kitty to the vet.

Hope all is well with your Kitty.

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Ourstaff
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Jun 22, 2009

After you have made sure that the cat isn't sick you can start to get it used to playing with you. Try giving it small amounts of food throughout the day. Pet/pickup/gently cuddle the cat just before you feed her. Start with small contacts and work up to longer ones. When you put her down gently lower her until all 4 feet are on the ground (to help increase the trust levels). She should get used to associating you with food and start to warm up a little. But some cats just don't like to cuddle so be prepared

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