Welcome to Simple Catguide where we provide conclusive and well-researched information on cats, how to care for them, how to communicate, and train them. Our mission was borne of the desire to improve the lives of cats in homes; many people treat cats as toys and will, therefore, ignore them when they express their emotions.
Just like human beings and other animals, cats do suffer and even get stressed. And the above is caused by the actions of man both the intended and the unintended. And since they can’t express themselves, they suffer silently however, some will exhibit anxiety or become destructive all in a bid to try and communicate with their owners.
It, therefore, pays if we could take some time to learn our cat’s behaviors thus take the necessary steps in making them comfortable. Some of the signs to look out for when your cat is in pain are when it doesn’t want to be petted and will avoid it at all costs. Some will constantly lick a particular part of their body and if you are keen enough you might notice a change in posture and gait.
Well, there are many ways with which cats try to communicate with us to either express satisfaction or content or to express anger and dissatisfaction, some of the common ways being through the sounds that they produce. At Simple Cat Guide, therefore, we aim at improving the lives of cats, by providing relevant knowledge to cat owners and those that wish to adopt the feline friends.
And for as much as cats rarely need their owners to protect them, there are the crossbreeds that are loyal to their owners and wouldn’t appreciate being left alone for extended hours. And in case you didn’t know there are some cats that do mourn the loss of their friends, you will, therefore, notice that they are completely moodless and will appreciate some alone time, while others will even refrain from eating.
Simple Catguide, therefore, advocates for the well being of cats, if you, therefore, feel that your hands are too full to give your cat the proper Tender Love and Care, at least ensure that they have access to regular and suitable meals. Ensure that it can go outside and come in as it pleases, provide a comfortable bed or a place that it can enjoy the outside scenery with minimal interference, also ensure that it is provided for with fresh water.