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Does a Cat have feelings?

my cat cairo is 4 months old, he is pretty big for his age and he is one of my first cats and i love him but i dont know if he feels lonley because i live with my grandma and i snuck him with ms cause i love him and also hebis upstairs all the time, there is another cat up there, and my brother jason is up there all the time cuddling and sleeping with thsm but my main question is, is my cat lonley, does he feel neglected? just any tips and im out alot or downstairs so any ideas on what to do should i take a hour outta my day to chill with him will that help, just any tips, ideas, info will help, thanks

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Well cats are pretty solo creatures.. Most cats do like affection but I doubt your cat feels lonely.. probably more sleepy than anything. If you love your cat spend time with it, that's the best you can do

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yes, ofcourse

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Yep

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I believe that Cat has feelings ,
The true story of my Cat :
i have one cat , She gave birth to 6 babies, and this is her second birth . she has been living with us for 6 years .Doesn't speak our language , but understand what i said . last year ,that's true ! last year, when my grandfather died , i was crying and painful ?my cat looked at me and didn't leave me half a step ?also in tears, few days without eat or drink .

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Cat's only have 2 feelings, hate and anger. It has been recently proven that they are a product of Satan himself. That's why Satanists sacrifice them.

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yes,ol the animal have feelings

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Yes, taking an hour out of your day to play with him with toys, or brush or comb him, or just anything that's giving him plenty of attention will help. Playing and brushing for an hour a day will keep your cat happy and healthy while he is in the more confined area.

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