As you can see from various videos, cats seem frightened by cucumbers, yet harmless. But damn, why are cats so afraid of cucumbers?
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You are spiders, snakes, or bats, yet so nice. Cats are cucumbers, as evidenced by many videos published on the net. But why are you so afraid of this long, hard and inert thing that is cucumber? Rest assured, your cat is not crazy. According to Dr. Roger Mugford, a specialist in animal behavior interviewed by the Telegraph, the rarity of the cat-cucumber confrontation would be part of the explanation: “The observed reaction is due to the novelty and surprise of finding an object unusual secretly placed while the cats were head down in their food bowl. ” Cucumbers are then for nothing. Do not throw the stone at them. In short, cats are on their guard when confronted with something new and potentially dangerous. Try to put any other object in place of the cucumber and the effect on your cat will be the same. And if you add a little surprise, by placing the cucumber near the cat who devotes all his attention to something else (his kibble, that’s it), it is not surprising that your cat is frightened, and that revenge on the