It’s not just humans that can’t keep their eyes or ‘paws’ off their screens, felines fall prey to electronic distraction too! The strange sounds and images flashing across the screen stimulate the same senses used to hunt quick-moving prey.
Put on a video of birds chattering on loop and watch your cat transfix for hours! It doesn’t stop at watching, cats can now engage in their screentime. Yes, your cat can become a gamer by playing e-games tailored for felines!
What's the Droppings Pattern?
When your rabbit does its business, where do the droppings end up? (Like, before you clear them out to the nearest trash can.) If they are scattered (instead of in a typical pile), these droppings are there as territory markers.
This usually happens if there has been a change in environment, or if there is more than one bunny present in the house.
Your bird's wings can be a great indicator of how it feels or what it's trying to communicate to you. A good example of it is wing flipping. This easily-noticeable sign can have different meanings: negative feelings like anger or pain, or the little guy is just fluffing and adjusting his feathers.
Depending on the species, this can also be a part of a mating ritual. When this behavior is paired with hunched shoulders and a bobbing head, it means it wants attention and food.
Landing on All Fours
No matter the height and no matter the jumping point, a cat will always land on all fours. Cats owe this life-saving skill to a "righting reflex" that kicks in the minute they're falling from a great height.
It may look like your cat is performing an acrobatic skill, but it's just the reflex helping the cat flip around to land right-side up. With the help of their finely-tuned ears to orientate themselves mid-air and their uber-flexible bone structure, they're able to twist their way out of any bad landing.
A Flick of the Tongue
Snake owners know that their scaley companions smell with their tongue, but what does it mean when they flick it? Well, that depends on the pace of the flicking. If it's slow, your snake is simply looking around, absorbing its environment. If it's rapid, it means that the snake's attention is caught by something — usually potential food.
Avoid handling your snake when witnessing rapid flicking as the hunting instincts are on so there are more chances of it biting you.