Research has demonstrated that cats that don't get enough exposure or contact with individuals, other animals and new situations amid their initial two months, may create irreversible feelings of fear or aggression.
Our cat Georgy was timid and fearful when we adopted him. He was hiding all day long.
He was 2 years of age around then. It took us about 2 years to the point that he turned out to be friendly with us as well as with other family, friends and companions.
In conclusion, expose your kitten to as many people, places and things as you can in their first 1 to 3 months of life. This is the most important time frame in the cat social improvement.
In my opinion, felines have feelings. I am a cat person. I saved cats from the street with no owners, no home… when I lived in Eastern Europe. I fed many cats and dogs that were free on the street.
Fortunately, now they have a shelter and passionate people who are involved in this.
Some research says that their mind may have similitudes to a human cerebrum.
But, I say, they have something we don’t have..
My son said, he knew I came home 5 minutes before I entered the door, because one of our cats jumped on the window sill and was looking through the window until I was in the house. It was all the time this way… not occasionally.
Despite the fact that felines may feel love and affection, they can't demonstrate their feelings with kisses and embraces the way people do.
Nor do they wag their tails, lick people or hop up on their most loved people like dogs tend to. Rather, cats snuggle up on laps, rub their heads on those they adore and vocalizing their friendship...
Petting your charming feline is a good method to respond to your cat manifestation, because it reinforces the tender bond between you.
In conclusion, with patience and love cats can become social