Find Out What Your Cat Is Secretly Saying

Cat behavior is many and varied and if you would like to know your feline better, this guide will help you decode their moves and expressions.
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If you are a Cat Owner, you will love learning how to understand your cat’s behavior. When you know how they feel, you can recognize when they are anxious and also ready for cuddles, kisses, and food.

You will be able to enjoy a much better relationship with your furbaby when you know how to decode their behavior.

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17 Facts About Cats You May Not Know

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We thought we would start with some random Cat facts that you may be oblivious to.

Did you know that cats use their whiskers to assess whether they can get through an opening?  We were also extremely surprised to find that they can run at 30 miles per hour!

Your Cats ears can also detect ultrasonic noises which are how rodents communicate. Your Cats purr is also the same frequency as an idling diesel engine!

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Understanding Cat Behavior

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You may also be interested to know that they have amazing night vision.

If your cat happens to get lost, leave their kitty litter outside on the front porch. They can smell from miles away and be able to find their way home.

How Happy Is Your Cat?

A happy cat will be relaxed with its tail up. Their ears will be in a natural position. The tip of the tail may be slightly curved and the cat’s mouth will be closed.

If your cat is stretched out and lying down, this is another sign of contentment. The more relaxed, the happier your cat is.

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Catitudes – Cat Behavior Decoded

In contrast, if your cat is hiding or sitting in a crouched position and exhibiting tenseness, this is a classic sign of a worried cat. Their pupils will be dilated also.

When your cat lies down and flattens their body, they may be exhibiting signs of anger or unhappiness.

Cats convey a whole range of emotions via their tails too. When they are overjoyed their tail will be straight up in the air.

When they are in a friendly mood it will have a slight curve and when they are swishing it from side to side they are agitated and annoyed. If they are angry, it will appear bristled.

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Cat Interaction With Humans

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Cats love to interact with humans and they show their affection in all sorts of ways. When a cat rubs up against you, he is marking his territory. He is essentially saying that you are his property.

If your cat tries to eat your hair, he is cleaning you and it’s another sign of love and affection. When your cat licks you, it’s another sign that you are trusted and part of the family.

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Cat Facial Expressions

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When cats are scared, they will tuck their tail under their hind legs. When they are content, they will have their tail sitting out behind them. Their ears, eyes, and whiskers also are key indicators as shown above.

When your cat meows, they are trying to communicate. When they blink slowly, they are showing they trust you completely.

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Anxiety In Cats

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Cats can also suffer from anxiety and they swallow and digest their food without chewing.  Spraying (urinating), pacing, and grooming their fur to the point that it rubs off are common signs your cat may be stressed.

They can also suffer from separation anxiety when you are not around.

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Cheat Sheet For Understanding Cats

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One of your cat’s favorite things is to be patted. The infographic above shows you where they love it most.

Giving them a nice head massage is pure bliss and don’t forget a nice scratch behind the ears. It’s one of their favorite spots.

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Cat Age Infographic

If you have ever wondered how old your cat is in human years, this infographic is for you. Your cat is considered in their prime in the 3-6 year range which is 28-40 in human years.

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