Acquaintance is an important step in building relationships between animals and establishing contact between them. Often, the owners make such blunders that it is extremely difficult to correct the situation. For example, they immediately let the newcomer into the room where the settled cat is sleeping or, conversely, are closing them in different rooms, making it impossible to meet them normally. And pushing nose-to-face cats is generally a favorite affair of inexperienced owners.

Your old pet will probably not sit still and will have time to sniff at her shelter by this time and get used to the smell. After a time, when a newcomer comes out of her shelter, you can see the following picture: your cat will begin to fiercely hiss, mumble, fluff up wool, carefully studying the eyes of your opponent. Thus, she tries to show the newcomer who is the boss. If her behavior is ignored, it means that the new pet is trying to avoid a conflict situation.

It is important that the owners do not intervene at the time of clarifying the relationship between cats and are able to distinguish between simple disassembly from a serious fight. If one of the animals growls, hisses and throws while striking with paws (without claws), this does not mean that the battle has begun. In this case, you can just watch for the time being.

Despite the convenience of using these feeds, some pet owners prefer to feed their pets with natural food. There are certain rules that should be followed if a decision is made to feed a little pet naturally. The natural diet of the animal should be as close as possible to the food that these animals consume in nature. This is not a soup or soup, no porridge or sausage.

Everyone, of course, saw how cats scratch their front paws on vertical surfaces, raking their claws from top to bottom or horizontally – under themselves. It is considered that, making such movements, the cat sharpens its claws, as this will loosen and remove their outer dead surface. Although domestic cats very often spend their entire lives in a closed room, not going outside and spending time in comfort and safety, they, nevertheless, feel calmer, keeping their claws in alert!
In addition to the obvious results, in the form of sharp claws, scratching (it happens that the cat chooses furniture and carpets for this), the cat loads the muscles of the forelimbs and the spine to keep them in good shape for a successful hunt. Some cats scratch from a recumbent position, pulling paws and pulling their bodies towards them along the floor. For scratching, the cat tries to use fixed, resistant coated surfaces that provide good grip and resistance to the claws.