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What does it mean when your cat stares at you

In case of a stare, the eyes of the cat are focused on you.

How can you tell if your cat is nervous?

When your cat gets nervous, it may have a quick side-step or turn its head away. It may also hiss, growl or show its claws.

How to tell if your cat is feeling down?

If your cat does not want to play like it usually does, it may be feeling down.

How to tell if your cat is sick?

Your cat may be ill if it is having sneezes, a runny nose, congestion, a cough, a fever, a sore throat or vomiting.

How to tell if your cat is a tom?

Toms are usually more nervous and less affectionate than queens.

How to tell if your cat is a she-cat?

She-cats are usually more affectionate than tom cats.

How to tell if your cat is a male?

Young males are usually bigger than females and have longer, thicker fur than females.

Do male cats have a "mustache" or "wooly" hair?

Male cats have hair that has a wavy appearance.

How do you tell the difference between a male and a female cat?

The male has a more prominent comb and scrotum. In females, there are no external genitalia.

How do you tell the difference between a male and a female kitten?

Kittens are usually born with the color fur of their mother.

How to tell if your cat is a queen?

Queens are usually larger than males and have longer, thicker fur than males.

How to tell if your cat is a stud?

Studs are usually larger than queens.

How to tell if your cat is pregnant?

When cats are pregnant and become gravid, their coats will become very thick and their nipples will become enlarged.

How to tell if your cat is in heat?

If your cat has suddenly become more friendly and wants to mate, it is in heat.

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Different cats will use body language in slightly different ways to get you clued in on their emotions. That is why there is no concrete guide that cat owners can use to figure out what their feline friend wants. When your cat stares at you without blinking for long periods, it is often a sign that something is up. Read more

In human culture, staring is often considered to be extremely rude. Therefore, this may naturally lead on to our own misconceptions and misinterpretations of a cats stare as well. If we analyse it a bit further, there is another obvious reason why both cats and us have a habit of staring intently at things. Read more

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When a loving stare is coupled with cat “Eye kisses,” which is when a cat stares with half-closed eyelids and offers a few slow blinks, it means your kitty is showing some serious adoration for you. Your cat may be staring at you simply because you are the centre of her universe and she likes to see what you’re up Read more

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