Cat language: how to interpret it

Cat language: how to interpret it

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Cats language, the owners dream of learning to understand it because these animals, much more than their dog companions, are enigmatic. They have a nice temper, much less linear and often even moody, which is why if we were able to decipher at least in part the Cats language there coexistence could improve. And become an idyll. It is said that the more we talk to cats, the more they are encouraged and willing to communicate with us: let's try, even being careful to listen to them and observe them, two actions that we forget to do even with human beings, taken by the great desire to tell who we are.

Cat language: meowing

The meow is the talk of the cat, it is certainly not the only element of Cats language to look after but let's start here. There are different shades of meowing but all of them imply the feline's desire to tell us something. Sometimes he wants draw attentionwhile others want food, or go out through the door that we closed absent-mindedly.

They are not meows but they are always sounds, the purr, often and willingly with contentment, but there are cases in which even the cat wants to express gratitude. It happened to me with a cat that, wounded in the paw, manifested it to those who were treating it with kindness. The Cats language changes totally during the fight, when it becomes explicitly hostile, in the same way, it becomes full of acute and intense meows during courtship.

Language of cats: bites

Bites are also part of the Language of cats and must be interpreted. There are those playful, of tenderness, those who run away during a game, and then those of defense, when the cat feels threatened or invaded. It is enough to look at how the rest of the body moves and the circumstances to understand the message.

Language of cats: eyes

I'm very communicative, the eyes of cats, and even large ones: their mood is almost projected into them without any filter. When the pupils are dilated, the cat is afraid, on the contrary if they appear particularly small, then our friend is agitated.

If round, it is quiet, it is even very quiet if the eyes are half closed, so much so that it almost falls asleep. However, let's not get confused with the gesture of keeping the eyes half closed and closing and reopening the eyelids briefly: in the Language of cats it is a sign of peaceful intentions.

Cat language: ears

The cats ears unlike ours they are very mobile, therefore they become interesting to observe. When he lowers them and folds them back, the message is from aggression, when it rotates them, is of neutral curiosity. There are times when the cat rubs its ears and snout against us, our legs or our body: it is not cleaning itself, it feels clean enough, it is telling us that it wants to be our friend and that it has faith in us. Rare thing, knowing theinnate distrust of felines.

By rubbing, the cat marks objects and living beings that it considers its allies or worthy of respect and attention, because on its face it has glands that release a very special pheromone which makes recognizable what the feline has marked.

Language of cats: paws

Paws are not just for walking, jumping and prepare ambushes, but also to communicate. In the cat it is like this and you can see it for example when he lifts one and rests it on us: is about to ask for something, usually food or fresh air, cuddles or caresses.

If he uses them to knead, arching his back, it takes express his contentment and his affection but when a feline positions itself on its stomach and rolls on its back, with its paws in the air, then it is maximum confidence. Certainly not with the first passing by he would show himself so defenseless.

Cat language: tail

With its tail, the cat tells us how it is and what it wants. It is certainly not the part of the Language of cats simpler to interpret, but for him it is essential and he is also very proud of it. If he waves it, however, it is because he is agitated, on the contrary he hides it between his hind legs, then it is at a time when he wants to protect himself; he's afraid.

The candle tail, straight and high, is that of a cat who is happy to interact with us, but if the tip is curved, then it is also intrigued. When everything is in place and the feline soul is serene, then the tail remains lowered and relaxed.

Language of cats: books

A book can be used to introduce us to the study of Language of cats and what I recommend is "Cat Words". It is a simple and effective feline language course for humans, it is a complete and easy to consult volume.

But let's not delude ourselves to get to understand the Language of cats with a reading, it's just the beginning, then it's up to us to take a look at our cat day by day.

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