Cat Visits Beach For First Time & Loved It So Much That She Can’t Stop Smiling

  • By Hashir
  • June 15, 2020
  • 3 minutes read

Going to the beach on a hot summer day. Relaxing by the seashore, under a shady tree. A tub full of ice containing chilled juices and fizzy drinks sits next to you. What an ideal way of spending your day off. Being at the beach envokes feelings of calmness and sanity. When you stare at the ocean, your brain waves literally change. You find yourself in a mild-meditative state.

Not only humans but cats also enjoy a good day at the beach. Just like this cute little kitten who saw the beach for the first time ever. A couple who was at the beach noticed an adorable little kitty constantly smiling. As Semsema Mahmoud shares in her post on Facebook, they went up to the owner wondering about the kitty’s extreme delight. To which the owner replied, “It’s her first time going to the beach.” The cat owner let her explore and play around at the beach. Scroll down and check out this overwhelmed kitten at the beach.

Happy kitty found something overly exciting at a distance.

OH MY GOD! Look at those paws sinking into the sand. This cat is happy inside out and it shows.

Just like humans, cats have also found a happy place on the beach. Walking around on the sand, sinking their paws into it. Not to mention, they find some pretty exciting things in the sand. Things only a cat can be excited about, of course. There are so many activities for cats at the beach, like climbing trees, and chasing random objects. Cats are curious and they enjoy being at places where they can be super active and have a lot to explore. It’s true that cats and water don’t go along, but the beach is much more than just water and sand.

Look up with wonder and excitement. What a delight!

A study published in the “American Association for the Advancement of Science’s journal” in the year 2009 titled “Blue or Red? Exploring the Effect of Color on Cognitive Task Performances” discovered that the color blue boosts our creativity. That’s why when you see the ocean it kind of energizes you. It’s calming, soothing and creative at the beach. It also reduces depression and stress, making us more energetic and happy. This is due to the presence of negative ions on the beach.

“Hey! Look what’s over there!” *Gushing praise for this happy face.*

A study conducted by M TermanJ S Terman “Treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder With a High-Output Negative Ionizer” suggests that negative ion therapy can be used to cure the seasonal affective disorder. Negative ions are tasteless, orderless and unseen molecules that are present in environments like beach, waterfalls and mountains. We inhale them and they react chemically in our body releasing serotonin that instantly boosts our mood.

Guess he likes the fabric.

“It was one busy day at the beach. Now it’s nap time.”

This little furball surely made our day bright and happy. We’re ready to hit the beach in high spirits. Let us know how you feel about this and share with your pet’s first-ever encounter at the beach. Also, don’t forget to share this with your friends and family to spread joy!

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