A Beginners Guide To Animals

Useful Tips to Understanding Your Cat Better

Cats are one kind of pet that can be quite challenging to understand if you have not taken care of one yet. 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.

When it comes to cats, it can be very easy to know if they are 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. However, how will you know if your cat is relieved? Well, you can see that they look relaxed, will stretch, and will be cleaning themselves as well. Once they are done cleaning themselves, then this is the part where you must stroke them because they are much calmer owing to the fact that they are more relaxed and what is bothering them is long gone already.

There is one part of your cat that is most telling of what they want to say: their tail. If you see the tail of your cat whipping from side to side direction, then you know that they are upset or angry about something that is opposite when a dog is wagging their own tail. With the mention of dogs, you know that they are happy approaching you if they slob everywhere when they come greeting you. Cats, on the other hand, are happy to see you when they approach you with their tail completely straight and help vertically upward. If the cat considers you a stranger but wants to know you, then it will go near you with a tail that is vertical and the tip that is pointed 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. Nonetheless, there are also other noises that they can make of that you should know. If you hear a cat meowing at you, then this usually means that they consider you an overgrown kitten because you cannot properly speak 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.