Tabby Cat Hiroshi Hiding In Bed

Meet Hiroshi, a little muffin that is oozing with cuteness. This very curious cat is hiding behind the pillows and blanket then slowly approaches the person video-recording him. As he nears the screen, Hiroshi goes over the camera. You can see the cautiousness on his face as he moves toward the device. He is in ninja mode as he sneaks and creeps up on the camera. Those timid, puppy-like eyes will melt your heart into pieces!

Admit it cats are at their loveliest during their “kittyhood”. Kittens hold a very special place in the heart of their owners. The first encounter between cats and their owners are always during the animals’ early years.

There are people who prefer adopting kittens than adult cats. Kittens make perfect sense for those who want to see a little fluffball grow into the household and their heart. So what are the reasons why some people like having kittens than going for adult cats?

First, the notion of an ugly kitten does not exist. Kittens are the cuddliest pets around. Yes, they will grow into beautiful cats and it is thrilling to be part of your kittens’ transformation from mini-furballs into goofy cats.

Second, it is easier to train cats when they are younger. Kittens’ personality can be set as well as their behavior. You can play a huge role in the total packaging of your kittens. Raising your kittens will shape your future relationship with them.

Last, kittens are generally more accepting to be in a new home than adult cats due to the reason that for them everything is new. Cats are more sociable and friendly when they are in their kitten phase. “Infantilization” is important for cats for them to grow more amiable to humans, other cats, and fellow pets. It won’t work once they are adults.

Tabby Cat Hiroshi Hiding In Bed
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