Are you speaking the language of your cats? - Cat language body

Updated: May 16, 2021

It is for us as cat owners to understand the language of our cats (what they're telling us) and not the other way round. I would catch myself saying to my cat (Prechus) even without understanding it, "Do you see what I am saying?" I know that she doesn't really know, nor does she care about the noise from my mouth. On the other hand, it can make a number of sounds, some louder and more vigorous, when she tries to get something or to get her point across.





You should understand what your cat tries to say to you in different ways. Listen to your vocals (there can be many), and watch the language of your body while you are talking about (the positions of your head, ears, eyes, whiskers, and tail). It can take some time and be confusing sometimes, but it is not a simple job in the world of cats... teaching people. Scent is another means of feline communication, but we as people just have to know that, because we can't detect the scent in most situations.

Sound: Cat communication


MEOW-a method by which felines try to interact with their fellow humans. When interacting with other felines, you should not use this method of communication because you will not always hear feral cats meowing.


PURR-A confident tone, a happy tone.Your cat may also be frightened or upset, however. Note the state and/or setting in which your cat sprinkles to decide which is right.


GROWLING/HISSING — A groaning cat is either frightened or threatened, depending on whether it is angry, irritated, or seasonal.Hissing is just a defensive tactic and is aimed at a future assault. Growing can mean trouble, on the other hand, if you continue towards a cat.




Cat Body Language


• Head: if your cat welcomes you with their head extended, chin-up, they may want love, maybe even to scratch under their chin. Head: Just fresh food and water might be right once you get back from work. The opposite body language shows a lack of interest. The combination of head gestures with body language is best noticed at any time to get an ideal of what your cat is trying to transmit.


• Eyes: I discovered something very young-don't try to look like a cat at all. • Eyes: It is and would be considered as offensive behaviour. Cats are highly susceptible to observation and avoid what they do once they know that they're observed. Try it on your pet, it's wonderful how you feel watched. On the other hand, if you want to make eye contact, a cat is going to look at you or continue looking at you. This generally occurs when your cat tries to say something and you have to be separated. Meow will come next until they have it.


• Ears & Whiskers: The most effective method of feline contact can be seen through the movement of your ears and whiskers.You can tell by observing whether a cat is happy, upset, content or scared by only placing these characteristics. For example, you are satisfied and hopefully ready to take a nap if your cat's eyes are half-certified and their whiskers are relaxed. If your cats have ears and whiskers, they are irritated, and this disorder should be handled immediately.



• Tail: cat tail for communication and equilibrium. When your cat walks behind her tail relaxedly, they are calm and relaxed. A tail with a slight curve is a pleasant welcome position kept up in a vertical position over the body. When your cat is excited, you can see the tail bent in a kind of u-shaped way, particularly at play. A hauling tail is an unforgettable sign. It's typically an indication that your cat is getting angry or really upset. Have you ever seen your cat seeing birds playing outside the window? But they don't want to get to the birds by the window. Yes, it's turmoil for them (a mild form).


We humans have so much to get to know about cats, and we can learn so much from them. It is a mystical aspect of cats that makes them curious and fascinating friends. You should possibly also know the cat race you possess by learning your cats' language. Some feline behaviors are seen only in some breeds (the other item's fascinating subject!).





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