Decode the body language of cats

When you always understand what your cat wants, what his mood is, you will take care of your cat a lot better. More importantly, your pet cat will be very precious and wrap you. In order for you to understand their body language, what is your cat trying to say?
The cat sits with its limp eyes expressing contentment and relaxation. Many owners believe that when they wink at a cat and are responded to, it means that they want to be sweet.
Only by observing the movements of cats, you can discover their psychological state. You just need to pay attention to taking care of your cat regularly, gradually you will also understand it.
Happy cats will have pricked ears and a straight tail. Especially when they fold their ears back (like buffalo horns) and their tails are upright, slightly curved at the end when they are extremely happy. Cats will scratch their feathers when they are about to fight or panic.
Licking or moaning is a sign of restlessness.
Many cats will grit their teeth and widen their eyes when they catch a bird or a cat toy.
The constant blink of an eye shows excitement – a good sign that they want to coexist peacefully with other cats.
The cat sits with its limp eyes expressing contentment and relaxation. Many owners believe that when they wink at a cat and are responded to, it means that they want to be sweet.
When cats get excited, the pupils in their eyes will expand. In contrast, the long and narrow pupils concurrently think with caution.
A few other tips to take care of your cat better, better understand the cat’s psychological state is to observe their whiskers. Beard facing forward shows satisfaction. This is often the case when you open a bag of cat food. Or after grabbing something. When a cat purrs in front of a cat or another animal, its whiskers will swept backwards.

Yawning towards humans is a sign of rudeness, but in the cat world, it is a sign of peace of mind.

Particularly, Ragdolle cats have a natural instinct to relax their whole body when cuddled up. This is an expression of their complete dependence on you.

The cat’s instinct is not to enter or leave a place until you are sure you’ve covered the whole place. This will help prevent them if enemies are ahead. So open the door wide when you let your cat in to show that there are no enemies in the house.

These are just a few of the many interesting and cute expressions of cats. With the time you raise and take care of your cat, you will surely understand more about their psychological state through gestures and actions.

I wish you success in taking care of your cute cat, the journey of understanding cat body language is not simple but very interesting!

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