Why do cats lick bags
Dogs eat poop and vomit. The plastic bag question puzzles pet owners and vets alike. Scholars speculate, bloggers lecture, owners shake their heads in mock surrender. But what we can do is compile all reasons your cat might go after those grocery bags or that storage bin or feeding bowl.
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Why Do Cats Lick Plastic?
Why Do Some Cats Lick Plastic Bags? – Meowingtons
Some cats simply enjoy playing in and around plastic bags because, well, it's fun. The crinkly noise those bags make a sound similar to prey scuttling through grass and leaves - which could be part of the reason some cats find it so enticing. Cats are innate hunters who need mental stimulation. If you notice your cat is attracted to the sound of a crinkling bag, find them crinkly cat toys that imitate this sound to encourage them to play with the toy instead.
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7 Reasons Cats Love to Lick Plastic
Cats are interesting little beings. One of the things that cats often like to lick is plastic. We know that many cats cannot resist a good shower curtain, ripping it to shreds happily with their claws. But this is different when it comes to actually wanting to taste this non-edible item. Have you ever wondered why it is that cats like to chew or lick plastic?
Pets Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for pet owners, caretakers, breeders, veterinarians, and trainers. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. Most of my cats past and present have liked to lick plastic trash bags and grocery bags.
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