What is Crazy Kitten Syndrome?
Crazy kitten syndrome
Sounds crazy, doesn’t it?
If you’ve ever owned a kitten, chances are, you know exactly what we’re talking about! Almost every single kitten worldwide is infected with a case of crazy kitten syndrome. Good news is that it isn’t fatal. The recovery time varies. Chances are, it’s completely hilarious, and in some cases, quite irritating.
Do you think your kitten has it? Read to find out!
Has your kitten ever had a violet reaction to any type of inanimate object? Hissed and screamed at a mirror? Attacked a shoe like it was another kitten? Growled at a realistic statue?
Yikes – it’s a symptom of craziness in kittens!
Usually the attacking of inanimate objects is harmless and quite comical, and nothing to worry about. Your kitten is normal. However, if the object is priceless and you don’t want claw marks, teeth marks or it broken – you should probably keep it out of reach and away from your young feline. Also, if your kitten is meddling with an large object they may pull down on themselves that may cause significant harm, it would be best to keep them safe from it.
Pesting other pets
Does your kitten annoy other pets? Pest adult cats? Torture dogs? Tantalize ferrets? This, too, is yet another symptom of the disorder. This one, could potentially pose a few more problems then attacking shoes and socks.
Other pets can fight back.
Young kittens, due to their very playful nature, will want to engage in rough-housing with most other creatures in the house. Other animals may not welcome this behavior, due to their more mature age, or difference in species (for example, it’d be tragic if your kitten attempting rough play with your hamster!). This can be a problem when the other animal is likely to be harmed, or is able to harm your little kitten. An adult cat may scratch a kitten up very badly or bite it. A dog of any size may deliver a fatal bite if he is being pestered enough.
If you have the feeling one of your animals is in danger or poses danger to your kitten, it’s best to either separate them until the crazy kitten syndrome has passed, or supervise them with absolute scrutiny – don’t leave them alone together for one moment.
Even if neither the kitten or other pet is in any danger, the constant pestering may cause certain disrupt in the household. Your other pet may end up lashing out in behavioral problems due to stress. Make sure to keep an eye on all of your pets equally during the time your kitten is infected with crazy kitten syndrome.
Feline minors infected with crazy kitten syndrome are also addicted to drama. Remember that time your kitten got his head stuck in a hole thinking his whole body could fit? You had to take him to the vet and pay over a hundred dollars just for a baby animal that got his head stuck in something?
Or about the time she knocked over your bird cage and ate poor Tweetie bird?
The time your kitten knocked over a few dozen lit candles and almost set your rug on fire?
Love of drama is certainly a tell-tale sign of crazy kitten syndrome!
Is your kitten infected? Oh my! No bother. In just a few months, he or she will have outgrown it to become a beautiful, mature, majestic cat.