Why Does Our Cat Shiver?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Not to try and make you sound ignorant, but your cat is probably cold. If the cat is older (like 11+ years) or very young (0-2 years) it could just not be adapting to the changing seasons as well. I have a screened-in florida room off the back of my house that my cats LOVE (I refuse to actually let them outside, but with this they get some fresh air) and when I open the sliding door for them in the winter, they always give a good shiver or two before bolting outside after imaginary birds. If the shivering doesn't stop as the weather gets warmer, it might be something more serious, but I wouldn't worry too much about it now.
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
It's probably the cat grass that you're growing in the house. If it's new to what the cat eats, and she isn't use to eating "artificial" grass, then it stands to reason that this is what's causing it.
Use the grass that's been growing outside,,it has all the natural elements that contribute to a healthier veggie for the cat. If it doesn't stop after that, then get her to the vet. It could be something neurological. (I hate to say tumour, but it could be something life threatening.) Hope this helps.
thanked the writer.
Anonymous commented
No when a cats body/tail shivers it means its happy and feels that it should be were it belongs
also it feels its in his/hers main prime.

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