Your cat may have things that he/she protects them and make sure that other pets don’t come nearer.

The cat might meow, growl when other pets get closer to its food. That might show that the cat is jealousy of other pets getting closer to its territory. It might not be able to say out but the actions may show that your cat is jealous.

Yes, cats can get jealous.

Why Do Cats Get Jealous?

There are various things that might make your cat be jealousy. Below is a list of things that may make a cat become jealousy. 

Signs of Jealousy in Cats

In this section of the blog post, we will go through some of the signs of jealousy in cats. Take a peek. 

Aggressive Behaviour

Your cat may be aggressive towards other pets, human beings or property. The cat might hiss, meow or growl when other pets come closer to its territory or spot.

Your cat may scratch furniture in the house trying to revenge or to comfort itself from boredom.

The cat might scare other animals or human beings in the house by growling at them.  If your cat shows aggressive behaviour, it might be a sign that she/he is jealousy of something.

Pushy Behaviour

A cat may follow you around the house or come and sit on top of you to show that it needs your attention. The cat might rub itself against your body to draw your attention. 


Your cat might be shy and avoid being in contact with people. The cat might isolate itself. 

Your cat might also avoid using its litter box and urinate on the floor as a way of getting your attention.

How to Stop Jealousy in Kitties

Here’s a quick look on how you can stop your cat from feeling jealous. Take a quick look. 


Share your experiences on how you have dealt with a jealousy cat.

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