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Jealousy in Cats

  Does your cat get jealous]? It’s understandable if they do — after all, you’re their favorite person! You feed them, cuddle them, help them feel better when they’re sick... And let’s not forget, you’re the best play buddy ever. So, it’s easy to see why they’d be possessive of your time and attention… And not just with other cats, either. Being on your computer, your phone, or just around other people can make your cat feel insecure... Which can lead to antics like jumping, meowing, biting, or even clawing. Besides, jealousy isn’t a healthy feeling for your cat. Ultimately, it’s a sign your furry friend is worried and stressed... And instead of feeling confident — your cat thinks they need your attention (all the time) in order to be safe and sound. In other words, if your cat is possessive, what they need is a big confidence boost. That’s why today, I’m going to share 5 tips to help your kitty understand they don’t need to be jealous… And also: good things can happen even if you’re n

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