For many parents, the idea of kids and cats together is an absolute natural and we understand them completely! For other parents though, it’s a scary thought that may get the family cat a one-way ticket to the local shelter. For all those skeptic parents out there who think that cats and babies are not a good idea, this video will change your mind and you will love the idea of your kid growing up with a cat!
When a cat chooses to express affection, she’s more likely to show you than tell you, so understanding the mixed signals of love requires that you understand cat body language and how they interact with fellow cats as well as humans. When cats meet babies for the first time, you can’t tell if they love it or hate it. Either way, their reactions are sure to put a smile on your face! And this cat will put a big smile on your face and will take a little piece of your heart!
This cat just absolutely loves this little boy. He follows him around the house all the time, even when he just wants to be left alone! If you are a cat owner you probably know that this kind of cat behavior is the biggest proof your cat can give that she loves you!
Children and cats can be wonderful companions for each other. Cats express love for their owners in a number of ways. Kittens regularly follow after their loving owners when they are found with them, so if that fuzzy companion is rubbing around your legs—or even coincidentally stumbling you as you walk—realize that they are just doing this since they need to be near you.
Despite the fact that your feline may profess to be detached when you are near, he’s feigning on the off chance that he generally is by all accounts adjacent. This two buddies will grow up to be best friends and will have a lot of fun together too!
Introducing cats and babies uses some of the same techniques as introducing your cat to another cat or as cat-to-dog introductions. So if you are having a baby, congratulations! In either occasion, focusing on your occupant felines and giving legitimate presentations will set you up, the kid, and the cat for a peaceful and even upbeat time together. Did some of the parents watching this video changed their mind about having a cat?