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Can anyone tell me why my cat loves being spanked really hard. I spank my choc burmese, she loves me for it. I do the same with my cat, she was spayed years ago. It was actually my son who posted a few days ago. We started off gently tapping, we saw another cat like it Now, my hand gets sore from hitting, he especially loved the empty roll from wrapping paper, I destroyed so many from whacking him. He absolutely loves it- I think it's perfectly normal and funny as hell.

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Some warn that cats have a very high threshold for pain, so while they might seem happy, the spanking could be causing internal injury. Others claim that the reaction is sexual. Their behinds are an erogenous zone, and the heavy petting reminds them of mating. Why do cats like being smacked?

Maybe they just trust you enough and it just feels invigorating. Some cats like you to pull them up lightly and quickly by the tail too — it could be that this stimulates some pleasure centers.

How do you know if a cat wants to be petted? Let your cat sniff your index finger and touch her nose against it first.

Why does my cat loves to be spanked?

Going slowly will create a more relaxed, warmhearted environment. Why do cats enjoy being petted?

For cats, a friendly caress on the head, cheeks or chin might remind them of their grooming routine, when they lick the backs of their paws and rub their he. As a general guide, most friendly cats will enjoy being touched around the regions where their facial glands are located, including the base of their ears, under their chin, and around their cheeks. These places are usually preferred over areas such as their tummy, back and base of their tail.

Most cats, and mostly dogs, love to be scratched there. Neutered females and even neutered males will do this.

Why do cats like to be spanked?

While the behaviour is sexual in origin, in neutered pets it has been turned into a gesture of affection. When your cats were just wee little kittens, they had to lift their heinies so Mom could clean them.

As a result, they reflexively stick their bum in the air when you pet them in that area. By raising their backsides while being petted, cats exert slight pressure to increase the tactile pleasure from petting.

Spanking the kitty

The cat will easily forgive the owner after a treat and a little love. However, cats do remember if there was abuse in the household. Cats have strong survival instincts, and these instincts force them to recollect abuse for a long time.

The one rule of cat punishment or discipline is; Cats do not respond well to hitting and doing so can damage the bond between you and your cat. First off, hitting a cat can hurt a cat and it may well bite you back in self defense if you attempt to hit it.

Very quickly, the cat may learn to fear you. Originally Answered: Why do cats like their butt patted? Cats have scent glands at the base of their tail that distinguish them from one another by smell.

Their smell can be very very bad. He raises his hear higher and higher in the air.

My cat likes being slapped

Happily, he sticks his tail straight up and maneuvers his butt right in your face. Learn Where Your Cat Likes to Be Petted In general, cats prefer to be stroked along their back or scratched under the chin or around the ears. Paws, tails, their underbellies and their whiskers which are super sensitive are best avoided.

Cats need to know its not okay to scratch people. She could really cause damage if she played hard like that with someone else, especially or an old person who have more tender skin. Sybil even likes pretty heavy slapping on her back, especially down near her tail.

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