What do Cats like

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What do Cats like?

Because cats are such smart, sentient creatures, they can have a long list of likes (and, perhaps, an equally long list of dislikes) In most cases, the things your cat loves are the very same things you love- like fresh, tasty food, long naps in cozy spots, and plenty of fun activities, to name a few. Just like us humans, the things cats find interesting, fun, or exciting can change as they age your cat may love her toy with feathers one day, but find it boring the next. As a kitty parent, it's your job to recognize when your cats' interests change, so you can keep her happy, healthy, and engaged. Although likes can vary from cat to cat, these nine kitty "likes" are a great place to start. It's no secret that cats love to sleep. In fact, the average kitty sleeps for a whopping 12 to 16 hours per day! Because cats are nocturnal creatures, they snooze most of the day away- and who can blame them? Everyone loves a nice, long nap in a cozy, comfy spot. Keep in mind, kittens and senior cats will spend more time sleeping than, say, an adolescent cat. But if you're worried that your cat is sleeping too much- or too little- talk to your vet about what's normal for his breed, age, activity level, and size. It keeps them clean. Not only does grooming help cats remove dirt and grime from their coats, but it prevents predators and prey from detecting them. How? Licking their coats removes any smells it has absorbed. It keeps their skin and coat healthy. Regular grooming disperses the oils naturally produced by a cat's skin and fur, keeping her coat healthy, shiny, and hydrated. It makes them feel relaxed. There's nothing more relaxing than a massage, right? Well, cats feel the same way! Rather than visiting a masseuse, they simply groom themselves to reduce stress and calm down. It helps them bond with other kitties. Cats groom each other- and their humans to develop and strengthen their bond. You'll often see cats grooming each other in hard to reach places. It cools them off. Humans sweat. Dogs pant. Cats lick themselves. When it's super hot out, cats dampen their fur with saliva to cool off. Not every cat loves to be groomed by his humans, but if yours does, try brushing his fur with a natural bristle or rubber brush. It'll remove any residue from his fur and feel super relaxing, too.