Too Often, Kitten owners resort to punishment when they feel that kitten has stepped out of line. It is a poor method for shaping behavior in most of the condition. Physical corrections and scolding are prone to cripple your relationship and can lead to more serious issues, for example, aggression.
Never hit, shake or holler at your cat. If you need to check or intrude a behavior, for example, scratching furniture, use a water spray or make a noise by tapping a tabletop or clapping loudly. Abstain from doing anything that makes your little cat act panicked or hesitant to approach you.
Understanding your little cat's body language
Kittens are good at telling you what they need, either vocally or with their bodies. It won't be much sooner than you understand what your cat is attempting to let you know.
As your little cat grows up, you begin to hear different "meows" from her. Low-pitched meows typically mean your kitten is uncomfortable or troubled. High-pitched sound mean she's happy, and if she continues rehashing them, she's need your attention. Perhaps she feels now is the right time for her most loved cat food? With a little practice, you'll soon get to understand what your cat's trying to say.
Interestingly, cat sounds are barely ever directed to other kittens, a nearly always at humans. So listen up, she's conversing with you. Try to understand more about cat's meow.
Purring is normally an indication of happiness, despite the fact that it doesn't generally show satisfaction. A cat that is sick or restless will at times purr as a solace. However, if your cat is rubbing more against you and purring noisily, it’s an indication of warmth and affection or she's request something, for example, food.
Hisses and growls
In case you're watching these, you've got one scared little cat. She's attempting to puff herself up to sound scary so that she can secure herself. You'll generally hear her hiss and growl throughout strained experiences with different creatures.
When your cat rubs her face up against you, it means she's really happy comfortable in your company and showing that she likes you.
If your cat rolls over onto her back and stretches her body and legs, she is showing complete submissiveness and belief in you. Your cat is also asking for attention. And when she hops onto your lap and snuggles down continuously, there's no doubt how she watch her new environment.
A kitten's tail is an incredible indicator of her emotions. A happy cat will hold her tail straight up; if she is panicked, she'll tuck it between her legs. The broad swishing of a grown-up cat's tail shows inconvenience or anxiousness. If she's truly disturbed, her tail will move quickly from side to side- this is threatening behavior. A twitching tail is a certain indication of your little cat's excitement.