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Like cats, kittens are also solitary animals. Except for their own kind, they do not hunt together or share what they have tracked down. ...

Like cats, kittens are also solitary animals. Except for their own kind, they do not hunt together or share what they have tracked down.

Occasionally cats from neighbouring territories gather together for a pleasant feast and fellowship.

But overall, they are not the most sociable with other pets and animals. For they only feel comfortable with their kind in behaviour.

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  • 1. Kitten BehaviourLike cats, kittens are also solitary animals. Except for their ownkind, they do not hunt together or share what they have trackeddown. Occasionally cats from neighbouring territories gathertogether for a pleasant feast and fellowship.But overall, they are not the most sociable with other pets andanimals. For they only feel comfortable with their kind in behaviour.My friend’s barn kittens are born and grow up together under herand her cat’s care. That cat and her little kittens took turns to guardthe place against rats and mice. Even though heir behaviour doesnot match most solitary hunters of common wisdom like dogs,lions, tigers and leopards.The female cat Felicia used to bring along her kittens for dailystrolls around the area. My friend have watched her bring themback by evenings.One evening, she saw her cat stop and sat down near the edge of asmall and lightly used road adjacent to her farm. 2 of her childrenwere right besides her. As her cat turned to watch for any incomingtraffic from the road, her kittens started to imitate her actions. Butthe young one simply stood there and watched quietly.Nevertheless Felicia gathered all her children and returned home.
  • 2. Even though they are pets, their thinking and behaviour are verymuch like us humans. They have feelings and common sense toreact and act according to circumstances.I have another friend with the same cat and kitten family. Theyconsist of Percy and her 2 little kittens.Her oldest daughter Cali is a healthy and growing bigger everydaywhile her young one Kali is just as active and elegant.Because Cali is older, she has always been Percy’s favorite daughter.They hang out together most of the time and knew each other verywell.If Percy needed something, Cali would get it for her.Because of this, Kali became jealous. She felt isolated and herrelationship with them was soon on the rocks as she threw tantrumsand started rebelling against their wishes. Even my friend could notdo anything about it. Eventually she ran away from home and wasnever found again.To most people including my friend, kittens are not only cute butfunny and entertaining as well. To me they are very much like ushumans. They are living creatures with their own mindsets whichthey will not show until they are old and wise enough to understandthe ways of the world. For more info about the cats’ characteristics andhow you should look after them as owners, check out this site oncomplete cat training.