Many people have preconceived notions about the demeanor of cats: they’re perceived as independent, self-reliant creatures who view their humans as mere subjects. But how true is this characterization?
While it’s true that many cats can thrive in solitude, there are Ragdolls that yearn for company, especially if their human companions are frequently away due to work or travel. It’s crucial for pet owners to observe and understand their feline’s behaviors to determine if they’re feeling isolated.
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Understanding Feline Solitude A recurring query I encounter from our readers is, “How can I discern if my cat feels isolated and needs a fellow furry friend?”
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