Cats don’t like change, no matter how small they may be


BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

5 Responses

  1. Thanks for a great post, BJ. Our cat is very calm and easy going. The major changes in her life have been the death/absence of Rosie the Corgi, who used to try to herd her, then the death/absence of Monty the Corgi, who ignored her from day one, and the arrival of Dakota the Corgi, who shared her bed and now tries to herd her too. Ms. Kitty takes it all in stride. What an amazing temperament for this Humane Society adoptee!

  2. askfisher says:

    Very nice article, BJ. I am really lucky with my cats because I am always changing something and the put up with it very well. It could have something to do with a constant state of wondering what is going to happen next. But, they seem very resolved to play along.

  3. Axcella Zed says:

    I had six cats, 5 black cats and 1 grey cat. I have being living in a condo renting from a condo owner. I signed a lease with the cats included. I have been living there for three years. Actually three of the cats were born in the condo. Recently the condo management company was changed. They found that the bylaws of the condo states that the condo could not have cats and dogs. So I have been trying to find a new home, i also had to reduce my family to three.
    I was able to find an animal rescue that had a no kill policy. Three of my babies are now in a fostering home until they can find a home. Meanwhile I have three cats who are lost without their missing family members.
    The change has affected the whole household.

  4. We are all creatures of habit and comfort. If we like something, we want it to be the same ALWAYS. We cannot understand why humans like change. It doesn’t serve any purpose. Please STOP! Purrs and hugs from the kitties at, Lily Olivia, Misty May Mauricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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