Help with my cat?

Best answer: Cats have a better sense of smell than we do and they can smell things like e adrenaline from fear, anger etc. they also depend on reading body language rather than the spoken word, our talking makes about as much sense to them as their meowing and yowling dos to us, we don't have directional ears, tails wtc that show our moods etc so they depend on everything else we do.

The man may have had suspicious body movement to your cat,mor ere may have been s particular odor she didn't like about him, not talking about B.O. Or cologne or what shampoo he used but what chemicals and scents his body's producing. Cats also watch our facial expressions especially our eyes more than most people know. Just looking at your cat and blinking very slowly, taking in a deep breath then letting it out will show your cat everything's okay, your calm, there's nothing to worry about. You can yell or cradle or do whatever else you want to inform the cat things are great but it will trust the facial expressions and body languages vet bribes and words any day of the week.

Your cat didn't trust the man and rather than attacking, the cat found it easier to warn you 'GET AWAY! Stay away! GO NOW!' Unfortunatly cats don't just vocalize theyu Se their body language, claws, teethe to add punctuation and final communications to people.

Ever watch s momma cst playing with her kittens? If momma keeps having to chase after one that keeps running off to an area cats are not allowed she will finally pin her ears, give a meow and if the kitten doesn't listen a swatch with the pas, nip on the neck and either Darryl the kitten back mor chase him back to the play area.

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Deez nuts ha got em

cause there mightve been a bomb inside that oven, she was probably just trying to protect you, good kittie

cats can sense things that we cant they no who are bad people and good people if your cat bit you then he/she was probably warning you :)

Cats have a better sense of smell than we do and they can smell things like e adrenaline from fear, anger etc. they also depend on reading body language rather than the spoken word, our talking makes about as much sense to them as their meowing and yowling dos to us, we don't have directional ears, tails wtc that show our moods etc so they depend on everything else we do.

The man may have had suspicious body movement to your cat,mor ere may have been s particular odor she didn't like about him, not talking about B.O. Or cologne or what shampoo he used but what chemicals and scents his body's producing. Cats also watch our facial expressions especially our eyes more than most people know. Just looking at your cat and blinking very slowly, taking in a deep breath then letting it out will show your cat everything's okay, your calm, there's nothing to worry about. You can yell or cradle or do whatever else you want to inform the cat things are great but it will trust the facial expressions and body languages vet bribes and words any day of the week.

Your cat didn't trust the man and rather than attacking, the cat found it easier to warn you 'GET AWAY! Stay away! GO NOW!' Unfortunatly cats don't just vocalize theyu Se their body language, claws, teethe to add punctuation and final communications to people.

Ever watch s momma cst playing with her kittens? If momma keeps having to chase after one that keeps running off to an area cats are not allowed she will finally pin her ears, give a meow and if the kitten doesn't listen a swatch with the pas, nip on the neck and either Darryl the kitten back mor chase him back to the play area.