5 Super Cute Things Your Cat Will Do in 2018

5 Super Cute Things Your Cat Will Do in 2018

Happy New Year! As we leave 2017 behind, many people are making forecasts about what is to come over the next 12 months. While we will happily leave most of these predictions to others, we can offer a few educated guesses on what our feline pals will do this year. A Park County, CO vet offers some suggestions below.


Cats often seek out warm, comfy spots to nap in. If you have more than one kitty, you may notice that your pets all have their own purrsonal preferences when it comes to snoozing areas. However, many furballs just can’t resist dozing off in warm, sunny spots.

Work On Her Pounce

Your furry little buddy is a predator by nature. Even if Fluffy has never hunted anything in her life, she’ll still be instinctively driven to jump and pounce on things. Offer your kitty lots of fun toys to practice her skills on, and take time to play with her daily.


It’s probably safe to say that your feline friend will spend a good chunk of the year sleeping. After all, cats sleep at least 14 hours a day, on average! Offer your drowsy pet lots of comfy napping spots to choose from.

Play With Something That Isn’t A Toy

As mentioned above, you’ll want to make sure your furball always has plenty of toys. That said, don’t be surprised if your kitty has her own opinions about what does and does not constitute a suitable plaything. Fluffy may have a ball playing with a bottlecap, a dust bunny, or a crumpled-up piece of paper. Just be careful to curate your cat’s toys carefully. Don’t let your frisky pet play with small or sharp items, or anything that could potentially choke or entangle her.

Talk Back

Cats often meow back when spoken to, even if we don’t know what they are saying. Some kitties even like to argue with their humans! You’ll likely be hearing from your furry buddy at least a few times this year. Perhaps your pet will meow in protest if you move her mid-nap. Or maybe she’ll just babble at you. Fluffy can be quite the little chatterbox!

Please contact us, your local Park County, CO vet clinic, for all of your cat’s veterinary care needs in 2018 and beyond. We are here to help!

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