- Jun 14, 2021
My cat is an expressive cat. When he is hungry or wants snacks, he will start rubbing against our ankles. When we don't tend to his needs, he will start to bite. I feed him half a can of food (Full can is 80g, half can is 40g) for breakfast (9-10am), then the remaining half for lunch (1-2pm), and then kibbles for dinner (7-8pm). He usually doesn't finish his canned food, and never finishes kibbles, he is quite picky. In between we give him snacks when he starts to rub against us. And I don't mean just a casual rub, but incessant rubbing. I just wonder, is he really that hungry so often? And if so, should we be feeding him so often? We had to keep him in a room so that we won't disturb us as we work from home. And after a few rounds of biting, I've started to be fearful around him. I also wonder if its correct to reward him with food after he bites, wouldn't that just encourage his behaviour? What can I do?
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