When Cats Are Naughty… and Know It

Hey, it’s Amy Newmark with your Chicken Soup for the Soul and today we’re talking about cats, particularly cats who are naughty and then act guilty about it. You might not think that pets feel guilty but they do. I remember when our son’s dog ate two pairs of my shoes—on successive days—he was whimpering and so upset with himself, but he just couldn’t help himself. But cats? They seem so self-assured. Do they really feel bad after they’re naughty? Well apparently sometimes they do.

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