by Sophie
(London, Richmond Surrey, England)

hi there

i was just wondering what it this means?????????

i was walking down to my house alon my walkway thing

and my cat kept going in front of me and meowing

and sometimes jumped at my legs and attacked me
hes nver been like this before and he knows its me
and now im scared that he will start to do it to other people

do u know whats happening here

plz reply ASAP thank you sooooo much



Answer by kate
sounds to me like your cat is playing and the behavior is similar to hunting techniques with him pouncing on you. maybe your cat is a little bored generally and so is using you as an amusement. it is unlikely that he will do it to other people as he will be more afraid of them.

you could try spending more time playing with in ie chasing balls etc and even buying him some more toys for inside to keep him occupied.

i wouldn't worry about this behavior too much.

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Kitty neutered/change in demeanor
by: BW

My male 2 y/o cat was recently neutered a few days ago. Since He adopted us a little over two weeks ago, he's been very friendly, loving and extremely content to lay on our lap or next to us continually. Lately over last few days, he doesn't want to be held as much and is more moody and his attention span has markedly shortened. Normal???

Answer by KAte
well yes he could still be a little sore and also his hormone levels are changing whicj may be affecting him. Give him a little while longer and make sure doesn;t have any infection from the op which might be making him feel odd.

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