Useful Tips to Understanding Your Cat Better

When it comes to getting cats as pets, they are not as expressive as most kinds of pets that you can take care of. It can be very challenging to come across what they want and need from you, but this article will help you out with them. Bear in mind that just like other animals, cats are also well endowed with the means to communicate with you, you just have to have a little practice in understanding their language more.

In terms of pet cats, you can just tell whether or no they are either angry or scared. For example, when they are angry, then you see them arching their backs, spreading their tails out like a bottle brush, and puffing up. On the other hand, you also know if they are scared because their ears are flat to their head and they cower. Yet how will you determine if your cat is relieved? You will see that they are more relaxed, will have a stretch, and then will clean themselves. When they are finished cleaning themselves, that is the time that you stroke them because they are much calmer and would like to have some time for relaxation after the thing that has bothered them is already gone.

The tail of your cat is one of the best ways for you to know what they are trying to say. When your cat will be whipping their tail from one side to another, then they are beginning to become upset or angry about something that is just the opposite when a dog wags its tail. Speaking of dogs, you know that a dog is happy to see you because they quickly come rushing to you while they are slobbering everywhere. If you talk about cats, on the other hand, you can see that they are happy to greet you when they approach you with a tail that is vertically upward and completely straight. If there is a cat that does not know you but want to know you, then it will go near with still its tail vertical but then its tip will then be pointing to your direction.

When it comes to vocal noises, cats make a whole lot of them. Take, for example, if they are comfortable, they purr whereas if they are scared or angry, they hiss and spit. Nevertheless, there are still some noises that they are more than capable of making. If a cat meows at you, then that means that they think you are an overgrown kitten that does not know a think about their language. Normally, when you receive short mews from them, then what this could mean is they are just saying hello or want something else such as to go outside, some food, or some affection.