There are many problems related with cat's behavior that causes irritation. More knowledge regarding them will enable us to deal with them in a better way.
More often than not meowing is cat's way to get your attention. The
meowing may be also be a sign that the cat is in discomfort or has a
medical problem. Cats meow as a form of communication, as well. However,
most cats meow simply because they are bored and want some human
interaction. The solution is to provide the cat with an entertaining
environment with more cat toys. Never pay attention to the constant
meowing, as this will only encourage the cat to continue and will create
an ongoing cat behavior problem.
Sometimes cat may bite you while you are petting her. This is because
is the cat becomes over stimulated during petting, and can't quite
figure out how to tell you to stop. Don't panic. Slowly withdraw your
hand and move away from the cat. If the cat is in your lap, pull your
hands away and allow it to retreat, or stand up and let the cat jump to
the floor. Learn to recognize the signals that precede biting: wildly
flicking tail, ears laid back, their pupils dilating, or their body
tensing. When any of these are noticed, stop touching the animal and
allow it to move away on its own.
With un-altered females, a chirping type of cat vocalization is a
signal she's in heat (ovulating and ready for a mate.) They may also
howl mournfully, if they are isolated from males. Another possible
reason for a cat's chirping, is if it's excited by the prospect of a
Cat's way of showing Affection
Contrary to the popular perception, cats are not showing affection when
they rub against you with the back of their head and the rest of their
body. It's just the cat's instinct to mark you with their scent; they
are actually claiming you as their territory. The only time a cat is
truly showing affection is when they bump you with the front part of
their head, known as head bonks, a cat behavior also called "bunting".
Some cats also drool while showing affection.
Cats often claw furniture or carpets. It's just cat instinct to work
their claws and mark their territory. Once a cat claws something their
scent is left on that object so they will come back and claw it again.
Trim the cat's nails to lessen the damage.