10 Signs You’re Living with a Naughty Cat

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Cats are wonderful pets, but they can be naughty at times. They are sweet animals, but we love the fact that they can sort of be a bit naughty and out of sorts from time to time and that’s what makes them a bit more fun. If you’re living with a naughty cat, you probably already know it. But if you’re not sure, you might want to look for one of the most common signs that your feline friend is probably not all that sweet. He might be fun, but these signs might mean you’re living with a cat that has a naughty streak.

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They Try to Kill You in Your Sleep

If you have a cat that tries to kill you in your sleep, chances are good it’s a bit of a naughty cat. You know what I’m talking about. This is the cat that tries to sleep on your face, lies on your head and suffocates you to the point you have to fight it off so you can breathe. You might think it’s cute, but it’s not. They’re trying to kill you. Well, maybe not, but that’s what it feels like to those of us who have been in this situation, and it’s not all that funny.

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They Freak You Out

When you are just doing things around the house and a cat suddenly attacks you from behind a curtain or on top of a counter, chances are good he’s trying to give you a heart attack and kill you. Or maybe not actually kill you, but this is a cat that really does want to see you as upset as possible and it’s kind of funny. We love this kind of naughty cat because it’s fun to watch these cats freak out other people.

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They Trip You

You can’t get anywhere in your home without a cat trying to trip you; this means you live with a naughty cat. They want you to fall. They want you to land on your behind and sit in shock for a moment. The cat might do this by winding in and out of your legs as you stand and walk, it might try batting at you as you walk by, and it might even jump all over you as you walk by. Either way, this is a cat that wants to see you fall down; badly.

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They Sharpen Claws in a Scary Manner

If you have a cat that sharpens his or her nails in a manner that freaks you out, you might want to reconsider getting them removed. This is the cat that watches you with narrowed eyes and a glare while sharpening, and it’s kind of freaky. It’s the kind of cat that probably wants to cover your face with its entire body to prevent you from breathing when you sleep. It’s just that kind of animal. It’s actually kind of funny, but not.

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They Attack You

I have a naughty cat that does this. He likes to sit on top of the cabinets above the fridge in the kitchen and attack us as we walk by. He likes to jump on us, scare us and freak us out. We usually see it coming because we are, after all, much smarter than the cat. However, not everyone knows this is coming and sometimes it’s fun to sit down and watch what happens before it happens so that we can enjoy a few minutes of this.

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They Bite You

Your cat bites you, it’s naughty. Good cats do not bite their people. They love them. They cuddle them and show affection and love them. Cats that are naughty bite their people and show them disdain and anger. These cats aren’t any less fun but if you’re not aware that they’re in the biting mood, you are going to end up a bit hurt. It’s kind of one of those things in which you can’t stop the cat, but you can watch him to make sure he doesn’t actually hurt you.

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They Look for Pain

Does your cat move all over your body poking and prodding and staring at you? Maybe you think it’s looking for a fun and comfortable place to lie down? This is not correct. Your cat is poking and prodding and watching for a reaction. This is a cat that is looking to see if you are going to react. It wants to know if you are hurting and if it can find a place to give you a little pause and a little pain. It’s kind of funny.

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They Look for a Way Out

Cats that are naughty tend to look for a way to get out of the house at all times. They want to find another place to go. They want to go out. They want to leave. They want to find a way to get out of the house to do whatever they want, which is probably hunt down creatures much smaller than they to attack and bring home for you. They just want out.

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They’re Sneaky

Your cat is sleeping on the bed and then a minute later it’s sitting on the top of the counter staring at you as you enter the room. The cat is looking for a way out. It’s where you go without you knowing. It’s scary and it’s sneaky and it’s always into something it should not be into. This naughty cat is one you might have to deal with from time to time, and it’s one that you should watch out for.

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They Kill Animals

Your cat might bring you presents, and some people will tell you it’s sweet. It’s not sweet. A cat that kills small animals and brings them to you is not doing it to show you it loves you. It’s doing it as a reminder that it has the power to put dead animals anywhere it wants, like in your bed or in your bathroom. This is a cat you have to watch out for; it’s scary.

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