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What a cat's tail wagging means

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They are using behavior that they would use toward their mother—all the behavior they show toward us is derived in some way from the mother-kitten relationship. The kitten learns to raise its tail, rub on its mother, and knead and purr. Grooming is what mothers do back to kittens. So they're using bits of... Read more

When greeting you, your cat will show its friendliness with an upright tail that’s curled just at the end. Who wouldn’t chase this tail? ⇒ An entertained cat is a happy cat. Check out my posts on 9 Best Treats for Cats, Ultimate Guide to Gifts for Cats, 6 Best Toys for Cats, 27 Beautiful Cat Ornaments, 14 Best Cat Read more

Animals in the wild do this instinctively so they could hear more and ascertain if a coming sound meant danger or not. The Eyes When your cat stares at you and slowly blinking its eyes, it simply means the cat adores you. Humans are even fond of this slow blinking of the eyes especially when flirting with someone they admire. Read more

"We’re just beginning to understand it and there are more unanswered questions than answered," says Gary Weitzman, a veterinarian and CEO of the San Diego Humane Society. "While the purr does generally represent contentment for cats, it can also express nervousness, fear and stress. Read more

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