Cats may choose not to sit on laps due to individual preferences and factors like comfort and past experiences.
A cat may not want to sit on your lap due to several reasons. Some cats are naturally more independent and prefer their own space, while others may not find lap-sitting comfortable or enjoyable due to factors such as temperature, texture, or personal preference. A cat’s behavior may also be influenced by past experiences or associations with lap-sitting. It’s important to respect your cat’s boundaries and provide alternative forms of affection and bonding that she may prefer, such as interactive play or gentle cuddling.