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Unread 03-30-2007   #1 (permalink)
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Two of my cats have been doing this lately and i didnt know if it was normal. When they eat their food they will stop while they are eating and scrape their feet on the floor near their bowls or on the wall near their bowls. What is that? Is it normal? It looks so funny to me, but it looks weird.
 
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Marking there territory. SO the other cat knows thats his bowl.
 
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house cats have a bit of wild left in them. it's just a way of stalking and hunting. enjoy their antics. we call them "cattoons"!
 
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Normal. WHY they do it....no idea. But I've had cats in my life, ALL my life...and the ALL do it.
 
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both my cats do that too. I have no clue why though...... my one cat scrapes his paws on everything constantly, and he doesnt even have claws. The vet said he is marking his territory. He also does it when he's happy... lol maybe your cats are just really really happy to be eating.
 
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Quite natural. Just communicating each others rights among themselves.
 
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just marking their territory. All cats do something like this.
 
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My cat does that when I feed her wet food, which is rarely. She is very finicky and just licks it. I think she is telling me it stinks! Other cats probably do it to "cover it up" so other animals can't get to it. My cat just doesn't like cat food of any kind.
 
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