What does it mean when your cat rubs against you
by Maria Tracey
What does it mean when your cat rubs against you?
It means there is a need for comfort.
It is a sign that your cat sees you as a pleasant and safe place to shelter and sleep.
It’s also a sign that your cat is seeking to create a close bond with you.
If you are happy to share your bed, it's a good sign that you are doing something right.
Cats also like to be groomed, or ‘neutered’ is a great way to bond with your cats and make them feel better about being handled.
If you are not happy to share your bed, it's a good sign that you are doing something wrong.
By Maria Tracey
This article was written by Maria Tracey and originally appeared in the Australian Cat Fanciers Association publication, The Cat.
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