Cat Language:Know 10 Real Signs And Gestures

Cat Language is  a very interesting topic, because you always want to know about it. Cats always accompany the daily life of millions of people. They are not able to talk because they do not need it. They are able to express all your emotions and with the help of body language and facial expressions.

The body language of cat is very different than dog language. I have written Dog Body Language article before. You need to understand the gestures and poses when your kitties communicate. For example: the moment of eye, Paws, tail, head, tongue and ears.

How to Understand The Language of Cats?

Movement Tail

Cat Language And Communication:Know 10 Real Signals

Movement of the tail is the main indicator of changes in the mood of a cat.  Waving the tip of the tail indicates that the cat shows curiosity or she is disturbed by something. Sometimes such a movement of the tail indicates that the animal is in a confused state. Sharp tail wags up is a sign of anxiety, which may be further attacking and in defense position.Movement of tail also tells us: she does not like something. When she is in danger she sits on its hind legs, floats claws and teeth. Cats are very clever, playful, lively, and capricious. They have the ability to know the condition very well.

The behavior of the Ears and Whiskers

Cat Language And Communication:Know 10 Real Signals

All cats’ ears usually stand upright and quickly listen to the sounds. A cat can lie to you, pretending to be asleep, and only the movement of its ears can be present as if she listens to the conversation.

Cat paws are used and to attack the opponent in a fight. Whiskers hairs move in accordance with the mood change and twitching. Open Eyes show interest in what you are doing, pet a cat. Sometimes, it seems that cats see something that does not see you. Cat sitting near the door with his head, makes it clear that she wants to enter. Some cats, try to get out of the house, jump on the door handles and with a little practice, open them, and sometimes.

How to deal with frighten cat.

Cat Language And Communication:Know 10 Real Signals

The best way to deal with frightened cat is just leave her alone, but if she is sick, of course, need the help of a veterinarian. In most cases, when we observe the cat’s bad behavior, we should remember that this is only a part of her character. We can change this behavior if you understand what is behind them.

You Know Thinking Process of Cat Language Is Different  Than Men

Every cat owner should make it clear it, that a cat is completely different thought process. When it is repeatedly said to cat do not sit ob the sofa, so they cannot understand it.

Cat Language And Communication:Know 10 Real Signals

Understand the cat Language:

Filing and presenting prey 
the cat will sit or stand there and
wants to invite to the game

Lifting paw 
warning of something

Eyes wide open:
Part of a trusting, peaceful expression

Shaking the paw
Sign of physical discomfort

Jaw and edge rubbing
is comparable to our embrace of greeting. Does the cat then highly drawn with steep tail first, it means: “Follow me, I want to show you something.”

Blinking 
This is a cat’s smile.

Hissing and growling
“Go away, let me just finally in peace,” the cat is really nasty. With hiss scares namely attackers from, she growls do, you should not touch or speak to the angry kitty. Exactly she thinks so too.

Nestling
friendly gesture, asking for caress, confidence

Jaw and edge rubbing 
– is comparable to our embrace of greeting. Does the cat then highly drawn with steep tail first, it means: “Follow me, I want to show you something.”

Hissing and growling 
Go away, let me just finally in peace,” the cat is really nasty. With hiss scares namely attackers from, she growls do, you should not touch or speak to the angry kitty. Exactly she thinks so too.

Talons whet 
personal care, as well as showing off

Looking around 
Looking away, or look in a different direction, means something like: “I will not argue.” If it has been scolded previously, it means “It’s okay, you’re the boss.”

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