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Things We Can Learn from Cats

Have you ever wondered why cats often have a smug, superior look on their faces? Fluffy certainly does have a strong sense of self-esteem! As it turns out, there may be a really good reason for your feline friend’s air of superiority. Cats may not only be quite smart, these furry little sages could actually have some great life lessons to teach us. Below, a West Omaha, NE veterinarian lists some things we can learn from kitties.

Get Plenty Of Sleep

If cats lived by a golden rule, that rule would probably be to get plenty of sleep. Fluffy certainly spends a lot of time napping, snoozing, and relaxing. In fact, cats can sleep up to 20 hours a day! While you probably don’t need quite that much sleep, it is very important to make sure you’re getting plenty of rest.

Dream Big … And Let Nothing Stand In Your Way

Cats may be small, but they often manage to do things we wouldn’t expect. For instance, some of our feline friends can open doors, while others may know exactly how to get their treats out of a cabinet. Don’t be afraid to go for what you want!

Believe In Yourself

It’s safe to say that kitties have a rather high opinion of themselves. While you don’t want to go overboard with this one, it is important to believe in yourself.

Speak Your Mind

Some of our feline friends are very opinionated little furballs. Fluffy may protest with a cute meow of annoyance if you move her mid-nap, but she can also meow to demand cuddles and affection. Your kitty may also show her love by purring when you pet her or pick her up.

Look Your Best

Fluffy takes her beauty regimen very seriously. Your feline friend may spend hours each day carefully grooming herself, and keeping her pretty fur soft and shiny. Always put your best foot forward!

Eat Well

Cats are known for being finicky eaters. As it turns out, there is a good reason for this: in the wild, Fluffy always eats her prey fresh, and will refuse anything that smells even a little off. Pay attention to what you eat, and choose healthy, nourishing foods.

Please contact us, your West Omaha, NE animal hospital, with any questions or concerns about your pet’s health or care. We’re here to help!

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