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We love our cats—even when they do things that appear just a little…strange. My cat, Kiggy, who was an indoor/outdoor cat, would come paw at my nose so that I would open the window and let him out in the morning. A few times in my teenage laziness, I refused such notion; it was then that he would sit at the edge of my bed and literally leap from the bed to the closed window—face first. Those crows from the old Windex commercials? They had nothing on my kitty.
Much of the time, our cats’ quirks are just harmless—and often humorous—behaviors. Sometimes though, our cats’ odd tendencies could be signs that something may be wrong with our feline counterpart.
Here are some common quirks that cats may display, and what they could mean:
These are just a few of many quirks that cats may exhibit. Read more about cat behavior.
Does your cat have a harmless, albeit, humorous behavior? We want to hear about it! Send your story and a photo of your feline friend to firstname.lastname@example.org. We may just share it with other pet parents like yourself!