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Why do cucumbers scare cats?
Sometimes it's fur will stand on end. It also will hiss, and its ears flatten against their head.
Typically a cat's fur will stand on end; it's ears may be upright or folded flat against the back of its head; it may arch its back; and it will hiss, spit, and howl. At some …point, it will either attack what it is scared of, or turn tail ad run.
Because the cucumber is a shape of a snake and cats have a BIG fear of Snakes.
No. The videos are of cats being surprised by something placed next to them that looks a bit like a snake.
Yes, apparently cats are afraid of cucumbers when they discover them suddenly nearby. One theory is they initially think the cucumber is a snake.
Cats can be scared of dogs and things that pounce. They attack them to proctect themselves. Or... LARGE mice!
a cat hisses when it sees a dog. The hissing is an example of - A. stimulus
1. Your cats eyes will go really big 2. Its ears will go back 3. Its tail will fluff up and it might start meowing or hiss
cats aren't necessarily scared of the cucumber itself it's the awkward position and timing when it is placed
no it can not
cats do not get scared easily even though it seems that way as they jump with the slightest sound. cats have super sensitive ears which can pick up the slightest sound a…nd they are very alert. by nature, cats want to make sure that they are not being stalked by a potential predator as they are stalking their own prey. that is why cats jerk when they hear almost any sound.
Their backs and tails puff up to make them look bigger.
Full grown cats are not afraid of rats. They will pounce on a rat and break it's neck bone in short order rendering them paralyzed and if the cat is hungry it will eat a rat. … I'm sure this is true of many cats, but some are afraid of rats. The only time I ever had a rat living in the house, I tried to get one of my cats who was a great mouser to go after the rat, but she was afraid of it and wouldn't go near it. I actually thought that I had a mouse living in my cabinet, but it turned out to be quite a large rat. When I finally saw it, I put it into a container and put it outside. Fortunately it never returned to the house. Many years later my daughter had a couple of pet rats. Of course we made sure that that our cats were never alone with the rates unless they were in their cage. The cats liked to sit on their cage, which annoyed the rats and they would nip at the cats until they go off the cage. Eventually all except for one of the cats became afraid of them. The one that wasn't afraid is the one with with the big prey drive, although even he is cautious around them. I think that he might have killed them, if he had been left alone with them though. The cat with the least prey drive is the most cautious around the rats, although he is a large cat and very territorial and will challenge other cats, dogs or even a raccoon if it comes in his yard, so why is he afraid of the rats. Go figure.
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probably. she just needs some time and space.