Oh no! Your actions have deeply offended your cat, and now it does not even allow you to approach it! Fortunately, it’s possible to earn a cat’s forgiveness.
If you see that the cat is angry, you need to give it a little time before approaching and apologizing.
If you offended a cat by teasing it, you should offer it a treat or praise it.
If you accidentally stepped on a cat’s tail or frightened it by dropping a pan, it might be enough just to hug it.
If you have taken a cat’s favorite place on the couch, you can give way and give the cat a treat.
If a cat runs away from you, it may still be angry with you, upset, or scared. Do not chase the cat, instead try again a few minutes later.
Tell: "Forgive me." You can name the cat by name. Make sure your voice is soft and calm; use a slightly higher tone than usual. Although the cat does not understand your words, it will understand your tone. Do not speak in a loud, piercing voice: cats have a very sensitive hearing, and in this way you will only cause irritation.
The cat that trusts you blink slowly. By doing the same, you show the cat that you trust it.
Be sure to pay attention to the mood of the cat: if the cat seems angry or upset, do not touch it.