Often cats assume behaviors so expressive as to seem “almost” of human beings. But do we really know how to interpret the sounds made by the cat? And above all, how many meanings can the cat’s “Miao” have?
In principle, the most common sounds a cat can emit are five:
- Silent vocalizing: cats often open their jaws but do not emit any sound, or emit very low-frequency sounds. Generally, this happens if the cat is in front of the window and has seen some element that has caught its attention. The silent vocalization is therefore preparatory to the attack or indicates excitement and euphoria.
- Twittering: cats often emit very fine, very high-frequency sounds, lasting a few seconds. It is the sound that is the equivalent of happiness, surprise or the request for attention from one’s master: this is why the cat “chirps” when its owner returns after a long day at work.
- Puffs: when the cat blows there is little to do… it is very angry! It is probable that the cat is dissatisfied, both hungry and disturbed by some behavior of its owner. When the breath is frequent and clearly visible, the cat can even be ready to attack.
- Fusa: the purrs are a typical vibration of felines, through which the cat expresses its satisfaction. This is why, as a rule, purrs are emitted after meals or during cuddling, or even after a hunting session that has been particularly favorable for the culinary destiny of the cat.
- Meow: the classic “Miao” is always a request for attention. It can mean “I’m hungry” or “I want to go out” or …. so much more!
Litter for cats that love privacy!
How would you feel about making needs in front of other people?
This is the starting point that inspired the creators of this cat litter, particularly for privacy.
A litter that goes far beyond the traditional bedding (and those covered), allowing the cats to be able to carry out their physiological functions away from prying eyes.
At the same time, this litter will also allow satisfying the aesthetic needs of the landlord, given that it is an almost invisible element.
The bedding for privacy-loving cats is, in fact, a particular piece of furniture that can remain closed (it can be opened in the hypothesis of cleaning): the cat can enter inside from a side opening and comfortably reach the litter full of sand, away from the prying eyes of the master or other cats.
To create greater comfort for the owner, the fact that the cabinet has a useful compartment was perhaps to put the sack of sand or other material.
In short, a practical and functional litter that your cat will easily love.
For the master, a piece of furniture with which to make the spaces dedicated to your cat less invasive!