Do Cats Hold Grudges? Do Cats Hold Grudges ? The answer is up for debate and may depend on the cat’s age. At just one year old, Kittens are infamous for their short memories, which means they couldn’t possibly remember what happened between feedings or potty breaks! However, older cats who live longer lives often display more emotional stability than younger models do, so this could very well explain why some felines seem willing to forgive past wrongdoings while others don’t seem too keen on forgiving anyone Cats are renowned for being grumpier than a nursing budgie, but does this mean cats can hold a grudge? The answer is up for debate and may depend on the cat’s age. Cats such as kittens often forget things quickly due to their small memories at that point in life, so it would seem unlikely they could harbor any sort of resentment or ill feelings toward another animal. Meow-mories So how long is a cat’s memory? Do they have memories long enough to hold a grudge? Compared to a dog’s memory (which lasts no more than 5 minutes), a cat’s memory can last up to 16 hours, say the researchers at the University […] read more