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Cute Things Your Cat Will Do in 2019

January 01, 2019

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe, but 2018 is behind us already. As we put up new calendars and set our resolutions for the new year, our feline friends will be doing what they do best: sleeping and looking adorable. Fluffy may also have some plans for 2019! Read on as a local Pasadena, MD vet predicts some of the adorable things your furball will do this year.

Steal Your Chair

Cats are pretty opportunistic, especially when it comes to napping spots. If you are settled into your favorite chair and get up for a minute, you may very well find Fluffy curled up in your spot when you return.

Jump Into Your Suitcase

Kitties can’t resist checking out small spaces. If you have to pack for a trip this year, Fluffy may very well hop into your suitcase the moment your back is turned. By the time you turn back, your pet will be completely comfortable, and will have that adorable snug expression cats do so well.

Talk Back

Some cats are very talkative, while others just don’t have much to say. However, even quiet kitties speak up now and then. We’re guessing that at least once this year, Fluffy will answer back when you talk to her.

Cop A ‘Cattitude’

Kitties are small, but they have big purrsonalities. Just like people, they also can be, well, a bit moody. Even the sweetest feline can get cranky now and then. This may manifest as Fluffy refusing to be held or petted, biting your hand lightly, or just misbehaving. (Note: ongoing or severe grumpiness may be an indication of a medical issue. Contact your vet if your cat is unusually crabby.)

Sprint

Cats can be quite jittery at times! At some point, your furry buddy will make a beeline for another room. This could be in response to a loud noise, such as a pan being dropped. Then again, maybe it’s just your pet realizing that she was supposed to be in the living room at that moment.

Be Adorable

Kitties have a special way of melting our hearts. Sometime this year, you’ll look at your furry pal and just smile at how cute she is.

Please call us for all of your cat’s veterinary care needs in 2019 and beyond. As your Pasadena, MD vet clinic, we’re happy to help!


Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

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