|Is this cat trying to ask me a question or making a demand?|
© B. Radisavljevic
"Open the door."
"Give me more attention."
"Leave me alone, I'm sleeping."
Why should I answer a cat's questions? They never answer mine?
"You just demanded to go out. Why do you now want to come right back in?"
"Just why don't you like that brand or flavor of food in your dish?"
"What are you trying to tell me?"
"Why do you get upset when I'm on the phone?"
"What makes my lap more attractive to you when I'm working on the computer or reading a book?"
"Why must you climb to the roof of my car to sleep and leave pawprints all over the windshield?
It's my guess that if today is National Answer Your Cat's Questions Day, your cat will wait until tomorrow to ask you any questions.
Just for the record, here are the top answers a vet has for the questions cats are most likely to ask you.
More help in understanding your cat can be found in these books.
The Cat Behavior Answer Book: Practical Insights & Proven Solutions for Your Feline QuestionsGood Cat! Practical Answers to Behavior QuestionsWhy Does My Cat Do That?: Comprehensive answers to the 50+ questions that every cat owner asks (Why Does My..?)What Is Your Pet Cat Trying To Tell You? (Cats Revealed Book 1)