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What a cat's tail wagging means

Meow—that's the sound of a cat's tail wagging. If the tail is wagging when the cat is relaxed, the cat is probably happy. If the tail is wagging when the cat is excited or scared, the cat's probably not happy.

Why does my cat's tail wag?

In most cases, cats wag their tails to communicate with other cats and humans. Cats' tail wagging also helps them keep their balance and balance themselves on the ground.

What should I do if my cat's tail wags?

If the tail is wagging when the cat is relaxed, the cat is probably happy. If the tail is wagging when the cat is excited or scared, the cat's probably not happy.

Why does my cat rub her ears?

Cats rub their ears to clean them, or to help them hear better.

Why does my cat put her paw in her mouth?

If she's putting her paw in her mouth, that's a sign that she's feeling stressed or nervous.

Why do cats lick themselves?

Cats lick themselves to clean their fur.

Why does my cat lick her paw?

Your cat may lick her paw if it's sore or scratched.

Why does my cat shake her head?

Cats shake their head to show that they don't like things.

Why does my cat break into a run?

If your cat's running, there's a good chance she's hearing something.

Why does my cat rub his face on the ground?

Cats rub their faces on the ground to mark their territory.

Why do my cat's eyes look funny?

Cats can't close their eyes, so they can't see well when they're sleeping or using their eyes to look around.

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