Why Do Cats Knock Things Over? An Investigation - petsitterbank

Why Do Cats Knock Things Over? An Investigation

Every cat lover knows the benefits of having their very own feline friend.

Cats are companions, have been proven to lower blood pressure, and gosh darnit they’re just so cute and soft. They also do hilarious things like chasing their tails, falling asleep on your face, and finding entertainment in a piece of string.

On the other hand, every cat owner also knows that leaving a glass or objects of any kind on a table is just asking for disaster. Because not only do cats knock things over, they seem to take pride in it.

Why do cats knock things over? Is it their natural instinct to “kill” things that are in their way? Do they enjoy watching you freak out over your broken vase? Are they finding enjoyment in your bread?

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Well, it’s a mixture of all of the above… and more.

5 Reasons Why Cats Knock Things Over

1. Hunting is instinctual.

Cats are natural-born predators, from the smallest house cat to the biggest wild one.


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