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Why does my cat knead me but not my husband


Why does my cat knead me but not my husband?

I have a black cat named Chloe. I’ve had her for about 6 years and we’ve been together for over 12 years. She kneads me more than she does my husband. I am so confused and I just feel so frustrated that she does it. It feels like she’s trying to attack me. She tries to claw me and bite me sometimes when she does it. I just can’t figure it out. She doesn’t do it in front of my husband. Does she have a personality disorder? I can’t understand why this is happening. She’s fine with other animals and people and she’s always fine around me. I just want her to stop it, it hurts.

Thanks for your feedback.

I'm so sorry your cat is acting this way. I will try and answer your question as best I can. I do believe that Chloe is a healthy cat, I don't think she has a problem. My question to you is: do you have a problem?

Let's start with a few things about cats. One is they are very tactile. They like to touch, play, rub, and knead. This is a very natural and normal behavior for them to do. This behavior is very important to a cat's well-being and it's not a sign of a disorder. Cats don't have control over it and it's not a part of an aggressive or anxious behavior.

The other is that they have a very strong sense of smell. If you have a pet who is really affectionate or very interested in you, he/she may get close to you and sniff you, especially when you're sleeping. A cat will also try to get close to you if it smells your perfume, lotion or something else you use to smell good. Cats are attracted to the scent of their catnip toys and food. Cats also have a great sense of sight and they enjoy watching their human interact with them.

So if you can keep your cat's sense of smell in check and if you have a calm, well behaved cat, you will be fine. As for the kneading, well if a cat kneads you, that doesn't mean it's trying to harm you. It means it is in fact trying to comfort you. Just know that cats don't really mean to harm or kill and your cat is not going to try to kill you. This is a behavior that she wants to do. In addition to that, a cat also needs to play with something to relax. If she is in a lot of pain, she may need to do this as a way of distracting herself.

So how do you get your cat to stop kneading you? I would start with the environment you are in and if your cat likes being around you and you are comfortable with her, she is unlikely to knead you. I would suggest you go to a place where she is not allowed to be in the same area as you and see if she follows you. If she doesn't, then you may need to start with her toys. I would suggest having your cat in a place where it's easy to see her. If she is allowed to go where you are, it will be hard for her to avoid being where you are. If you have a cat toy that you don't use much and she doesn't get that much playtime with it, that might be the reason she wants to try it out. That way she can get away from it and get some comfort out of it if she needs it.

Next, is it time for a new toy? Cats have an extensive vocabulary of different noises that they use to communicate with each other. They use these noises to get their own attention, to call another cat or just to let you know they need attention. A cat will also use these sounds when they are in a lot of pain. If you notice your cat using different noises when they are kneading you, there may be a problem. If you don't know the sounds your cat is making and you can't seem to get them to stop kneading you, you should probably get her to a veterinarian. I hope this information helped. If you have other questions about your cat, I would be happy to help.

I'm so sorry your cat is acting this way. I will try and answer your question as best I can. I do believe that Chloe is a healthy cat, I don't think she has a problem. My question to you is: do you have a problem?

Let's start with a few things about cats. One is they are very tactile. They like to touch, play, rub, and knead. This is a very natural and normal behavior for them to do. This behavior is very important to a cat's well-being and it's not a sign of a disorder. Cats don't have control over it and it's not a part of an aggressive or anxious behavior.

The other is that they have a very strong sense of smell. If you have a pet who is really affectionate or very interested in you, he/she may get close to you and sniff you, especially when you're sleeping. A cat will also try to get close to you if it smells your perfume, lotion or something else you use to smell good. Cats are attracted to the scent of their catnip toys and food. Cats also have a great sense of sight and they enjoy watching their human interact with them.

So if you can keep


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