Communicate of the cats through their body movements

To fully understand cats and communicate successfully with them is one of the top criteria for cat training. In which understanding the language cats communicate with each other through their body movements is the main content of the following article.

Forward: show interest, cheerfulness
Slight Back: Feeling stressed or scared can also mean being excited or excited.
-See backward, stretch to the sides: express frustration, anger or fear.
– Rotate back and forth: show attentive listening, even the smallest sounds.
Small open pupil: shows aggression, but also satisfaction, satisfaction
Enlarged pupil: shows anxiety, panic but can also be cheerful, obedient, can be fiercely defensive but can also be playful.
The tail is erect and curled up at the end: the cat is happy.
Tail twitching: they feel excited or anxious.
Erect or puffed tail: the cat is excited or threatened.
Tails vibrate: they’re excited and excited to see you.
The tail is raised and the tail curled at the end in an N shape: this is a sign of aggression and can appear while fighting a strange cat or defending it.
The tail is upright but the tail is hanging low: your cat is feeling hostile or scared.
The tail swings down and hides it: they’re frightened.

– Back folded and feathers upright: indicates fear or anger.
– The back is folded and the fur is flat: enjoy the touch of them.
– Lie on your back and groan … purr ..: feel relaxed.
– Lie back and growl: sad and ready to attack.
What they do purpose is to mark their territory.You will find that they will also rub against their chairs, doors, toys and everything in sight. Everyone knows that these are things that belong to me, including you but they love you anyway.
Sniffling in the nose
Show that they are collecting information.
Identify communication behavior
– The cat faces up, its head is tilted slightly: greeting sign

– Bow and shake: are excited or love something

– “Kiss” with a wet nose shows affection when the cat touches you. This means they like and feel comfortable around you.

A cat scratching its head, walking around and wrapping its tail around a person or animal is a typical act of greeting.

– Cheerful action to show his friendliness and love.

– Cats smell human faces to identify them by familiar scents.

– The cat uses the paws to squeeze smoothly, switching between the right and left leg is a sign of happiness, satisfaction, or play. The act of massage shows them know and trust you.

– The cat licks you with your tongue to show absolute confidence. They may consider you a family member, like a grooming mother and a kitten.

– If your cat is trying to nibble on your hair, they may be “grooming” you. This means that they truly love and trust you.

– Some cats often show true love by imitating actions. You can check by “fake death” on the floor. The cat will smell and push gently, and then fake death.

– In the case of a minor bite, this is a warning sign that you should leave it alone.

– When gently biting in combination with pawning: This action means they are trying to play with you

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