There is a time and a place for all animals to be able to have their own space. Whether it is your dog’s room, or a room in your house where you share the space with a cat, you know all too well how important that is for your dog or cat to feel welcomed and appreciated.
I was walking into my office one recent morning and my cat, K, was standing in the doorway. He was just looking around and enjoying the quiet. As I came closer he noticed that I had a camera bag on my shoulder and wanted to come and visit. I said, “K, come here.” He looked around and came over to me, licked my hand, and sat down next to me on the couch. Then he started growling at me.
I have no idea if our cat is feisty or not, but she certainly is a cat that likes to be close to me and has been a good friend to me in the past. I had the chance to visit with K recently and she was very welcoming and content. I think she may even be the most welcoming cat I’ve ever met.
K is a feisty cat. She is still young, but she definitely is growing up. She is affectionate and friendly, and she is very affectionate with me. I thought I was going to be the one getting yelled at by this cat, but she was so nice and wanted to be my friend that I ended up helping her out. I think it was the best thing that happened ever.
This is very much a cat I’ve met that is a bit more outgoing and friendly than I expected. And yes, I do think she is a bit of a feisty pet. However, this is also a cat that is super-friendly and she is very affectionate with me. I’ve read a lot of cat reviews and people who are “feisty” are really just being extra friendly.
Feisty pet is a cat that gets very affectionate, but also has a lot of energy and is very energetic. This is a cat that loves being petted and loves attention, but is also very active and has very little patience. This is also a pet that has an extreme fear of strangers and has a deep fear of cats. This is also a cat that has a lot of energy, but can get very out of control when on fire.
Feisty pet sounds like a fun cat to have, and I’m sure with a little training she could be a great pet. But what if she gets too close to people? What if she becomes too much of a risk to herself and gets hurt? Well, there isn’t much you can do about that other than get her neutered or find her a long-term home where she can be loved safely.
However, I wouldn’t recommend neutering your pet unless you are willing to be responsible for it. Your pet is the one who is responsible for its wellbeing and how it is treated in a home and environment. If you put your pet in an environment where it will be subjected to extremes, it may develop illnesses that could be deadly. Neutering is a good idea if your pet is under a certain size and weight that you are willing to accept.
A pet is a wonderful companion but a pet is also the one that needs to be prepared for its own environment. In a home with an unkempt, messy environment your pet may get in trouble. An environment of a home may have dirt, dust, and other things that may get on your pet’s skin or its hair. Neutering your pet is a good idea if you are in an environment where you need to clean up after yourself and your pet.
This is a good idea. I remember being a very large dog when we lived in a house that had a lot of dog hair. I would like to believe that a pet that has all of its fur and feathers trimmed would be a better pet.