It’s not like sometimes you want to enter your cat’s mind to find out what he thinks, what he hides, how he looks at you. In this way you could better understand it, to know it. How do you read your cat’s thoughts? The cat is a very expressive animal.
You could try to decipher its language, following its movements or looking it in the eye. We will probably never know exactly what and how our cats think. We could try to understand them more easily by following their body language. In this post, I will reveal to you how you read your cat’s thoughts.
When the eyes speak
The look of a cat can tell you a lot about what is going on in her mind. So, when she looks at you intently and stays still, she’s more than likely upset or there’s something wrong with her. As for the look that seems to “beg” for your attention and love, there is no need to talk.
Any cat owner has caught his little cat in such a position. Also, according to specialists, the size of the pupil can be an indicator of the cat’s condition. It can be narrow due to the surrounding light or when the cat is preparing to hunt. If the pupil enlarged, even if the light is very intense, it could be a sign of suffering. But her pupil can also dilate when she starts running or when another cat is fighting.
Also, at night, the pupil is always dilated. This helps light to enter the eyes. The feline’s eyelids can tell us even more. Eyes wide open betray a state of alertness and a high mental capacity (the cat is ready for action). If the cat, however, has its eyes half-closed, it means that it is sleepy, so it is better not to disturb it. The most convincing sign that your cat feels safe is if he wakes up and looks at you from time to time during sleep. Or if he sleeps in your presence.
A cat’s ears are also a form of nonverbal language worth noting. If the ears aimed in front, it means that the cat is on alert. If they arranged sideways, it is a sign that the cat upset or ready to attack.
The ears glued to the head are, instead, a sign of defense. If one ear pointed in front and the other in the back, it means ambiguity and unclear feelings. Also, when the cat rotates its ears, it means that it is paying attention to the sound source.
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The language of the tail
The movement of the tail is of special importance. For a cat, the tail is as expressive as the eyes in humans. By carefully studying this part of a cat’s body we can see what is going on in her mind. If the cat shakes its tail then it is nervous and upset. She’s trying to tell you she wants you to leave her alone. If you don’t respect his wish, he will most likely try to scratch you or even bite you.
Cats usually exhibit this behavior only when you distract them from something or action that is important to them. Thus, it is not advisable to start caressing her when she eats, for example. Also, when she wants to sleep, you don’t have to get too close to her. In such situations, you must respect his desire for privacy.
Also, the tail worn upwards, with a slight curl towards the top is one of the nicest expressions of a feline. We usually notice this attitude when our cats see us heading for the kitchen. They run right after us. This component of body language betrays a state of happiness and a good mood. It means that your cat is looking for something that excites her senses and makes her happy.
The cat can still tail in the same way when the owner holds her favorite toy in her hand for a few moments. Then he puts her on the carpet so she can catch him. The language of the feline’s body at the moment is, in fact, an invitation to play. Feline senses that she will spend some precious and fun moments in our company.
Also, when the cat sits in two paws and its tail stuffed around its legs, it means that it is trying to get to know you better. Make eye contact. To speak through your eyes. It’s a good time to calmly explain certain things you want to remember or execute. He will listen to you patiently and carefully. In this position she relaxed.
Standing back with your legs wide open is the pasture that means full confidence. Your feline feels as comfortable in your presence as in her mother’s. The cat has total confidence in you, it doesn’t bother her if you try to caress her
Try to let her know that you can do whatever you want with her. However, do not take advantage of this invitation. Don’t be brutal, but give her the love and gentleness she deserves.
Also, when they touch each other’s kennels, it means that they long for their mother. It’s time to caress her and hold her. Your little cat wants little comfort. He loves the warmth and affection of the human body. She loved to feel him close. The closeness to your body calms her. It is one of the few things that helps her get a good night’s sleep.
Discomfort and confusion
The kitten shakes its paw, it means that it feels discomfort and confusion. If he is lying with her, he asks for something, especially if his paw is in the air. A puzzled face is another way of claiming something. When the cat demands your attention, you should encourage it.
Ask him to show you and lead you where he wants to go. This is the method by which it can make you notice that the bowl of water has emptied. That the sand in the litter has to changed or even make you notice a strange noise. So, pay attention to what the cat wants to convey to you. This way you will be able to understand it betters and make it happy.
You have a cat. You love her. You want to know what he thinks of you. Well, because the cat is a very expressive animal, you can try to decipher its language. Following its movements or looking it in the eye. Your eyes, ears, tail, can reveal much of what your cat thinks. You just have to be careful and know the meaning of every gesture in your cat’s body language.
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