The cat is a unique being using many techniques to communicate with you. Like the dog, he has his own body language and can be easily deciphered. The cat can use his eyes, ears, whiskers
Watch his eyes and ears
His eyes and ears are very useful indicators to understand the behavior and current state of mind of your hairball: If his ears are straight and his eyes are round, your cat is neutral. He has no particular emotion, he is simply attentive to what surrounds him. The erect ears and the frowning eyes mean that the cat is angry, suspicious of something. Better leave him alone at that moment. If the animal has lowered ears and dilated pupils, it is in a combat report and is likely to be aggressive. It is best to move the cause away from his behavior so that he calms down. In
Pay attention to body language
There are several recognizable and easy to interpret situations: Your cat wags its tail: this gesture shows in him a certain excitement. Better to leave him alone because something is bothering him. He rubs his head or tail against you or brushes against you: your cat is happy in your company and gives you complete confidence. He rolls on the ground in your presence: it is an act of submission linked to a feeling of relaxation. Your cat is submitted with the people with whom he feels confident.
Your cat kneads your knees: he used this movement when he was
Listen to the sounds he makes
Lastly, the cat emits specific sounds: The mewing: the characteristic sound of your pet. It can express a request, a refusal, a complaint … It is easy to recognize what a meow your cat expresses over time and by observing it. Your cat purrs: he is happy with your presence and your caresses. He likes to be with you at this time. But it can also mean pain or discomfort that the cat tries to soothe by its purring. He hisses and growls: the cat feels threatened and is in a defensive posture. These are intimidating sounds and he is ready to attack if needed.