“Tidy” means “to keep well,” so we can keep ourselves tidy and on track. Cats are naturally strong people, and they understand that when they are on their own, we are all prone to stress or anxiety. It’s just a natural thing for them to do too.
For anyone who’s ever been a cat owner, you know that it’s not just a cat thing, and when you’re on your own, your cat will naturally help you stay on track. When you’re on your own, you have to be able to think straight and take control of your environment. Cats can feel like you’ve got a mental illness, so they can be surprisingly protective, so they will always do their best to keep you in check.
In fact, cats can be quite the mirror of human mental illness. Because they need so much mental stimulation they tend to have a tendency to over-stimulate themselves. For example, my niece, who has a very aggressive cat, has this very intense mental illness, so she will constantly be on the prowl for her next sugar fix. She has been known to eat cat food and then have a very intense bout of anxiety.
This is the exact same problem we had with our dog, Elvy, who was so obsessed with getting his own way that he kept getting into fights with me for the sake of it. So much so that I actually had to take her to a psychiatrist for some help.
Our cat, Chloe, has a problem with anxiety, but she was so calm and very calm when we first met her that we just assumed she was just being a spoiled brat. It did eventually dawn on us that she had a severe anxiety disorder.
Chloe has a long history of anxiety. She has been diagnosed with separation anxiety disorder and panic disorder. While we weren’t able to get a formal diagnosis from a doctor, we were able to get an idea of her symptoms from a post on petfinder.com, so that’s part of the reason why we chose Chloe for this article. Chloe is a naturally strong cat, and she’s always been the one to get her own way.
In general, Chloe was a calm cat, but she couldn’t help but get really upset at times. She was a very active cat, but she wasn’t always calm, so she was more of a cat who had a “high-pitched voice” to her. It is normal for cats to have these high-pitched voices to them, but Chloe was always the one to raise her voice.
Chloe has a lot of good features, and she is also a very quiet cat. Her eyes, nose, and ears are very good, and she is a very calm cat.
Chloe has the ability to be extremely loyal, she always has a favorite, and she always has a good reason to want to please her new owners. She has a very special spot that she loves, and she also has the tendency to do some cat things that are generally out of character for her.