Cats are feline companions that offer comfort to you, although they are mysterious animals to comprehend. Compared to other furry members, they tend to have behavior change that needs a keen understanding.
Cat behavior is indicative of the expression of emotions or feelings. They communicate with you through funny practices and different body positions.
Chattering of the teeth
Cats are natural predators, and they chatter their teeth upon spotting potential prey. If you have your cat locked in a cage or house, they can spot a victim from a distance and produce a chattering sound. It is an indicator that your pet is experiencing disappointment as it cannot hunt.
The cat may constantly lick your hands and face in a friendly manner. It is a direct portray of cat’s inner life since the mother of a cat licks the anal region of a kitten. Your pet received tender affection in its early life and is reciprocating that to you as the caregiver.
You may notice that your pet is continuously massaging you with its paws and pressing them gently. This is a clear indication that your cat is happy. Although, in some scenarios, it may indicate an attempt to trying to alleviate stress or a calming effect.
Biting or scratching you
Despite your constant care and stroking your cat, it can turn to you and bite or scratch you. It signifies that your pet is fed up and is angry with you. In such a scenario, you should allow the cat to go or terminate the stroking attempts.
Rubbing itself against your legs gently
It is a friendly gesture and shows that it recognizes you as the caregiver. It portrays a cat friendship towards you, and you should encourage it to continue with the act.
What does cats’ purr mean?
The cat is a curious feline that exhibits physical prowess. If your cat purrs to express feelings of joy or fear, you should examine their current condition and determine which is the dominant emotion it is portraying in the given environment..
House cats are adapted to living in a human environment. In such a situation, there is a need for communication, and they do so by changing their body position, positioning of the tail, making sounds, or making certain gestures. It is your role as a caregiver to bond with your cat and understands the cat behavior and how it expresses different emotions.