Cute Cat Jumping On Table

This video is about Hiroshi, a baby Ginger kitten who tries to get some of his owner’s food. Due to her height, Hiroshi is having a hard time reaching the table. Poor cat, he probably wants to partake on what is available on the table!

The behavior shown by Hiroshi is tolerable at first but it can result to food aggression if his owner will not train him the do’s and don’ts of feeding time. Preparing dinner on the table can be challenging when your kitten is curious to poke into what is being served for dinner or lunch. So how do you keep your cats away from your food? What can you do to train your kittens that the food is yours and not theirs?

Compared to dogs, cats do not have the same ideas of discipline as their canine friends. But your cats can be trained on how to stop them from stealing food from the table. You have to overcome this behavior earlier to prevent your cat from developing a longstanding habit.
It is important not to reward your cat’s begging for human food. Allowing your cat at least one bite can result to more begging. If your cat insists for food and reach for the table, do not shove them off or you might harm him.

Keeping the food secure is one way to discourage your cats from sneaking on it. Cats are intelligent, so they might figure it out how to open the cupboard doors or remove food covers on the table.

You need to provide your cats with enough meal. Though feeding them twice a day is enough, there are cats that become hungry during the day. Three meals per day is advisable. If you are away from the house during daytime, providing three meals can be done by serving the first meal before you leave and giving the second and third meals as you come home and before you go to sleep, respectively.

Refrain yourself from punishing your cats when they steal food. Their behavior needs to be stopped and not to be punished.

Cute Cat Jumping On Table
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Cat Pillow

Meet Tyatora and Shiro, Japanese cats who are very popular online. They even have a blog site dedicated to them by their owner. In the video, Tyatora is having a siesta with Shiro as his pillow. Suddenly, Shiro interrupted Tyatora’s cat nap. You should see Tya’s reaction when he lost his cuddle!

Some cats are inseparable even during sleep time. They can be entwined with each other and I think that is so sweet. Cats sometimes lay on one another during nap time. In the video, Tya and Shiro are like brothers that enjoy each other’s company. That is very adorable!

Cats have this tendency to sleep near each other, mirroring the other’s position. But in the video, Tya is acting like a boss, using Shiro as his pillow. The latter seems to tolerate Tya’s divaish attitude at first. Then he changed his mind, moved away and disturbed Tya’s sleep. That is so hilarious!

Inseparable cats insist on being together even beyond their bedding stage. Though cats could outgrow their beloved cuddling space; it won’t stop them from snuggling while sleeping. There are cats who could be bossy. In the case of Tya and Shiro, the former is the man!

What does your cats’ behavior sleeping with each other reveal? If your cats grew up together, they may remember the experience of being next to their mother’s belly when they were kittens. Cats can play the role of a bundling buddy with their fellow cats.

Cats can also sleep with other pets such as dogs. They can love each other as brother and sister. They even spend time eating together. There are cats and dogs that tolerate each other but are not interested in having interaction with one another. Isn’t it perplexing when cats and dogs cannot stand each other but do not mind sleeping together? Pets never cease to amaze us!

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Turkish Van Kittens

Am I seeing things or does one of the kittens in the video have a blue and brown eye? The beauty of these little rascals is just beyond words. These 11-week-old gorgeous Turkish Van kittens are enjoying their new toy, which is a stick with a furry string attached to its end. The cuteness content of this video is too damn high!

The standard eye colors of Turkish Vans are either gold or blue but there are cats in this breed that have odd eye color patterns such as one blue and one amber. Others possess one blue and one yellow. Isn’t it amazing to have a pet cat whose eyes are magical, mesmerizing, and enchanting?

The Turkish Vans are no different to other cats – they are lively, playful and have a friendly personality. These livewire felines are very active and are into playing games, leaping onto high surfaces, and racing around the house.

You will definitely fall in love with the kittens in the video. They are the most adorable in the breed – white with some red fur on the head and tail and odd-eyed.
Turkish Vans have the reputation of being sweet and affectionate. But if you are looking for a cat that is cuddly, Turkish vans are not for you. They prefer doing their own thing due to their high activity level.

Turkish Vans have many qualities that make them distinct from other breeds. They are very vocal cats and are not afraid to seek the attention of their owners. Turkish Vans are fond of all things water. They are fascinated with turning on faucets and even flushing toilets.
These cats are very independent and can rather aloof despite their larger size. You have to respect their solitary nature and do not bother them during their “me” time.

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