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10 Signs That Your Cat Loves You

Some cat owners can hardly assess the behavior of their Pets, who have incomprehensible muzzles and a measured character. Sometimes we even think that the animal behaves indifferently towards its owner. This fact, however, has nothing to do with reality. Yes, cats can often hide their love and affection for their owner. But this is only due to the exceptional personalities of the creature – the tail wagging and slobbery kisses that dogs love so much are not at all suitable for domestic cats. Cats have unique ways of showing their affection. Today you will learn a few behavioral habits that indicate that your cat really loves you.

This article highlights some of the ways cats say ‘I love you without using verbal speech. Then you need to continue reading this article.
be sure to continue reading until the last because number #2 will surprise you.

10. Your cat gently interrupts you

What would you think if someone close to you bumped their head into you? You probably wouldn’t consider this action a sign of love. However, for cats, this behavior is the clearest example of demonstrating their sympathy and approval. Butting is a way of communicating, through which this animal shows its affection for others. A cat that rubs this part of its body with you identifies you as one of its friends. This opinion is shared today by veterinary research specialists at Petful, a large us boarding house for Pets. In their scientific work, they also noted that a cat rubbing its head against its owner can similarly mark its territory. These furry friends have scent glands on their chin, cheeks, forehead, and lips. By rubbing its muzzle against your body, the cat spreads a unique fragrance that marks you as its buddy.

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