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10 Signs to understand your cat behavior

we adore cats, these very funny and smart creatures are one of the most popular home pets in the world. Humans think that after all this time of keeping cats in their houses they understand the behavior of these animals perfectly, but it is not always.
So in this top 10, we will tell you about cat signals that you need to know. be sure to continue reading until the last because number #2 will surprise you.

#10.Belly Exposure


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Why do cats show their bellies? the cats often turn over roll on their backs and expose their furry bellies all the cat owners have experienced this moment but not many of them know why their cats do such a thing, most of the owners believe their cats just want them to stroke their tummies but in some cases, such behavior of the human can be met with some aggression the thing is that cat is indeed happy and relaxed when it stretches its back and rolls over, but sometimes this pose followed by fully extended claws and sharp teeth may be defensive so in this case, intense stroking will be understood as an attack, it is hard to mix up these signals on practice if you know your pet well, but if you don’t know the animal it’s better to think twice before touching an exposed belly in this case you are risking to be scratched.


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#9. Kneeding


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Why do cats knead? cats often knead their owners pressing one front paw and then pressing the other on the Lapps, we’re used to such behavior and don’t pay a lot of attention to it.
This signal was formed when a cat was a kitten the cats start to need their mother cat to calm down and feel joyful most cats continue to need adulthood for the same reasons sometimes the pets also want to mark you with scent from the sweat glands in their paws such heart-melting behavior can become aggressive when cats have some mental or physical problems kneading may become obsessive in such cases it is important to calm your cat gently and not to hurt it even if it’s scratched you.

 

#8.Puff up Tail


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Why do cats puff up their tails? the puffed-up tail is often a sign that the cat is scared or startled by something the cats use this trick to make themselves look bigger and stronger they do not always want to attack but they want their enemy to feel frightened but sometimes cat puffs up their tails while playing chasing something or in pretended fights with other cats, but humans do usually think that this signal looks funny and adorable.


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#7. Meowing


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What do the different voice signals of cats mean? there are a lot of cat vocal signals some of them are quite easily understandable for example when the cat meows loudly standing near the cat bowl or stands near the door meowing intensively in the first case your pet is hungry and in the second one it simply wants to go out or to enter the room but is it possible to understand what cats say when their signals are not that obvious, yes it is. For example the slightly faint (Meow Meow…) in most cases means I got it I caught it, mostly cats use this signal while carrying a mouse or ball in their mouths they simply want to celebrate the good hunt and show their prey to their master. The growl (Maaw Maaw…)does not sound friendly, this signal may be addressed to the human or to the other cat to make the creature feel stressed you have probably heard that growl while watching the cat feeling angry about another cat poaching their food.
The long kitten (Meow Meow…)is well known for both humans and cats, this sound is likely not to mean something special the kittens may meow while being stressed or frightened sometimes they simply call their mothers with such a sound.

#6.Eyes signals


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What do the cat-eye signals mean? you may understand the cat really well after you’ve learned to read the cat’s eye language, for example, slit eyes mean fear or aggression the unblinking stare of the cat can be understood that the cat wants to show its control dominance, or aggression directed at other cats, the well-known cat’s expression with the droopy eyelids is sometimes called the kitty kiss it means the cat simply adores you, wide-open eyes with wide pupil mean the cat trusts you.

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