Do Cats Like Fan Blowing On Them? Well, it depends. Let’s understand: Your cat just arrived home following a hot afternoon in the sun and the fan is on. But is your pet about to live the good life or experience the annoyance of cold wind, coupled with skin and fur manipulation and irritation. Some cats love it but some cats also hate it and some cats just don’t care.
In this blog, we’re talking about fans. Before we take a deep dive into this topic today’s matter is not about your traditional ceiling fans but rather fans that are on the floor or perhaps slightly elevated and mere feet away from your cat. This one small but important clarification is quite critical when it comes to this topic.
Do Cats Like Fan Blowing On Them?
Right now in the above image, it’s just one example of the seemingly endless variations of the type of fan that I’m referencing here. I think we’re all familiar with this style or something similar. Generally speaking, you’d be hard-pressed to find a cat that doesn’t like the cool feel of say air conditioning. That’s almost a given.
However, Some cats would rather cool down in a comfortable environment than be cooled down directly by what could be described as targeted wind.
I mean, if you were to sit directly or stand directly in front of a fan that is targeted wind that’s meant for you or whoever passes directly in front of it. That’s not necessarily a cool environment but a well-placed burst of wind. Then once again, this small difference can make some cats very uneasy.
Do Cats Like Fan Noise?
Well, the answer to this question depends on your cat. Some cats like it but some cats also don’t like this. But, talking about in general sense cats likes the blowing air and a fan noise.
How Fan Become A Danger For Your Cat?
The fan helps your cat to maintain its temperature in hot weather. Well, sometimes it becomes dangerous for your cat.
In addition to the manipulation of the fur and the skin caused by the output of the fan, a cat’s proximity to a fan could also be an issue. A curious cat lover of the fan or nod could become a little too interested. This is why it’s also very critical to keep the fan at a respectable height and a respectable distance if at all possible.
Additionally, always make sure that the fan has a secure front grille cover. Very last thing you want is for your cat to play with the grille cover and it becomes dislodged exposing the blades of the fan. And don’t overlook the placement of the cord. Cats, fan cords, and electrical outlets just be responsible. And make sure that the only thing your cat is able to feel is the wind itself.
Why My Cat Avoid Fans?
When it comes to this topic and others that are very similar it’s all about your cat. Your cat’s personal preferences, basically just your cat’s general personality. Some cats love fans just can’t get enough and others just don’t like having their fur manipulated at all in any way, especially by something that is unseen.
Of course, if your cat is not a fan of the fan, so yes! There is reason.
Your pet can simply relocate just move to another area. It could be something as simple and as easy as just moving a few feet in any direction.
Why Do Cats Sit Behind Fans?
As above I Discuss some cats would rather cool down in a comfortable environment than be cooled down directly by what could be described as targeted wind. Well, Cats don’t like the wind because it disturbs your cat’s hairstyle. Yaa! Your cat makes their own hairstyle by grooming himself every time. I think you understand what we want to say regarding hairstyle. Jokes apart.
So to fan or not to fan? That is the question here and we drag things over to you.
- Does your cat love to relax in front of the fan while cooling down and perhaps drifting off to sleep?
- Does your cat dislike the fan?
Is your cat by chance afraid of the fan? This means, the sound just the noise in general, and some moving parts involved could be a source of anxiety for some cats I suppose. Tell us your thoughts.
And just to put a nice bow on this topic it goes a little something like this fresh cool water, fresh wet food, air conditioning and a nice spot to relax and nap. Those are the prime selections needed to ensure that your cat is able to cool off indoors after a hot day in the great outdoors. And unless a fan is necessary for your home and your personal environment it’s not essential for your cat. With that said we close this topic.
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