Have you ever wondered what your cat is trying to tell you when its tail wags or its pupils dilate? Cats are fascinating animals, but they can also be very mysterious. They have their own language, but if you learn to decipher it, you could understand them better.
Here we have collected all the behaviors that a cat can adopt to help you find a common language with your pet. Plus, we've prepared three essential tips that will help you communicate better with your cat. So, are you ready to befriend your cat?
Everyone knows that cats are the most illogical and unpredictable animals. However, cats have their own language, and if you learn it, you may understand them better. the queue of your cat is a excellent indicator of his state of mind.
the queue lifted and curly means your cat is happy in his life. If you notice your cat starting to shaking or jerking its tail, this may indicate that it is excited or worried about something. However, if your cat begins to hitting its tail against the ground, it can mean that it is in pain or stressed. It may be time to take your cat to the vet.
THE hairs on your cat's fur stand on end when the fur on the cat's tail shows up sticking up in different directions. It means that your cat is very excited or feels threatened. The purpose of fluttering its tail during this occasion is to create an illusion that the cat is larger than it is. This way your cat shows his enemy that he is really big, scary and difficult to face.
Your cat's eyes can give you an indication of their emotional state. THE dilated pupils indicate strong feelings, like desire to play, agitation, fear or aggression. If your cat is in a new environment, his pupils may be dilated because he is not yet used to that place. Your cat needs time to examine the situation and the people around.
A direct gaze can mean that your cat trusts you and is comfortable with you. A slow blink indicates that your cat is calm and at ease. Sometimes they might even purr while blinking slowly.
Interaction with people
If your cat rubs against you, it means that it mark their territory and show that you belong to them. Cats can also pointing at you with their paw or licking your face. All this is a sign of affection and trust.
If you want to better understand your cat, it's important to pay attention to their body signals and behavior. If you notice anything unusual, it might be time to take you to your vet.