Acknowledging your Cat: Body Language of Cat

Cat is no less than your fur-kid, even though they really cannot speak to you? Or do they? Cats may not converse to you but they definitely communicate through the cat body language. Do you know that if a cat wags its tail, it isn’t a sign of delight- but they are actually angry! Take a look at some of the clues that will help you understand your cat:

Content and Calm

Cats that are happy and calm keep their ears pricked and alert. Their tail is relaxed and they gaze with half lidded eyes. Another way to find out if the cat is happy is when they knead their paws.

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Happy to see you

When your car is delighted to see you, they showcase it with cat tail language. They greet you with their tail held straight. They’ll rub their faces against you and mark you as a part of their zone.

Why do felines purr?

Kittens purr to communicate with their mother. And speaking of grown up cats, they purr to signify happiness. But sometimes, they also purr to state their sickness. Cats also purr to indicate submission or friendliness to the other cats.

Desire Something

You’ll find out when your cat desires something- it could be food, love or litter cleaning. It is when they lean into your leg their full body. Some cats hop to state it.

Aggression and fear

When the cat is scared, they make themselves appear small. The tail is tucked close to the body and ear are turned sideways. If your cat is aggressive, they try to look intimidating and scary.

You can easily get to know all about your cat with their body language and tail. There is a complete cat language Bible to explain you the perfect way to communicate with your cat.