Basic Rules For Cats

Basic Rules For Cats


Is important to not allow any close doors in any room. To open the door, stand on your hindlegs and hammer loudly with your paws. Once the door is opened, it is not entirely necessary to use it. After you have ordered an outside door to open, stand halfway in between and think about several things. This is particularly important when the weather is very cold. Doors that swing open must be avoided at all costs.

Chairs and Rugs

If you have to be sick, gets to a chair as quickly as possible. If this is not possible, try and make it to an Oriental rug instead. When being sick on a carpet, make sure that the patch you leave is as long as a human bare foot.


Make sure you always accompany everyone to the bathroom. You don’t need to do anything apart from simply sitting and staring.



If one of your owners is busy and the other is idle, stay with the busy one. This is called helping or otherwise known as hampering. When supervising cooking, sit quietly behind the right heel of the chef. You stand a much better chance of being stepped on and then inevitably comforted. If your owner is reading a book, try and snuggle in right underneath the chin between the eyes and the page. Unless of course you can lie across the book instead.


Is many times As possible, dart quickly I’m closely in front of humans, particularly when on the stairs or when they are holding things in their arms.


Make sure to always take over the bed as much as possible so s/he cannot move around.


This is one of the most important parts of life. Make sure you get enough sleep during the day so you feel fresh for all of your nocturnal activities. Below I have listed several of my favourite cat games that you can play. It is important to maintain your dignity at all times….

Cat Games

“Catch Mouse”:

The person would try and make you believe that those moving bumps underneath the covers are their feet and hands. Wrong. They are actually mice, and rumour has it — they are the most delicious mice of all time (although no feline friend has ever been able to catch one in their paws)

“King of the Hill”:

This game ideally must be played with more than one cat. In fact, the more the merrier! The sleeping human is the king of the hill which must be defended at all costs from other cats. There are no rules anything goes!

“Remember Your Roots”:

As a cat. You must try and remember that you are a direct cousin of tigers lions and other big predators. Try and remind humans of this as often as possible. This game is played by hiding behind anything you can get your paws on, yet maintain an excellent hunting position in the process.  The idea is to jump out and attack your prey when they cross your path and make sure nobody is looking!


To make sure you get the energy to play, sleep and hamper. A cat simply must eat, however, this is only half the fun. The other half is actually getting your paws on the food itself. Your feline friend has several ways of convincing their owners that they are starving today and simply must be fed immediately. Here are some guidelines for getting fed!

When humans eating, leave the very tip of your tail in their food when they are not looking.

Try not to eat food from your own bowl, when you can steal one from the table instead.

Never drink your own water, especially when a humans glass is full enough to drink from instead

Table scrapings are actually delicacies, which humans are sadly unwilling to part with readily. It is beneath the dignity of a feline friend to desperately beg out right for morsels of food as dogs will.

Scratching Posts

It is advised that any feline friends use any scratching posts that humans may well provide. They are extremely protective of what they believe is their own property and will object fiercely if they happen to catch you sharpening your claws on it. Trying to be sneaky and doing it when they are not in sight will not help, as humans are very observant. If you are an outdoor cat, trees are normally very good. Sharpening your claws directly on a human is a 100% no no!!!


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