We always stress how important it is to know cat language if we have a cat. It’s the only way to understand how they feel! Or at least come closer to understanding them. That is why here we leave 6 signs that indicate that your cat is getting bored as hell.
Your cat is bored because it is always hungry
If you see that your cat is near the food bowl with a somewhat languid look, it is that he is getting bored and watches life go by, like many humans! We’re not that different either…
Our cat does not want to eat
This may be because he is bored too, even if it is the opposite of the first point. However, it can also indicate that he has a disease, so it is necessary to take him to the vet if this happens.
Your beloved feline sleeps too much
Cats, as a general rule, sleep much more than humans; between 13 and 16 hours. But of course, if he sleeps longer it’s because he’s getting bored like hell and that’s not healthy either. It is good that we try to interact with him through games that stimulate him and if we see that he continues like this, it is always good to take him for a check-up to explain to the vet what is happening to him.
Your cat cleans excessively
It is one thing for cats to be very hygienic and another is for them to clean themselves excessively, sometimes pulling their hair out from so much cleaning. This, as with humans, can be a sign of anxiety. Cats when they get bored can develop nervous tendencies so it is necessary to pay attention to our cat.
If your cat is a destroyer
If your cat begins to make disasters around the house, it is because it needs attention. It is true that cats are independent, but that does not mean that they do not need to play from time to time or be listened to. Play with him with his favorite toy and see if he improves.
Your cat’s weight varies inexplicably
It is important to be aware of the weight of our cats. When they reach adulthood there is a certain tendency to gain weight. However, if you notice that your cat begins to lose weight from one day to the next, it is important that we attend our vet.