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What are signs your cat loves you

Well, I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while. I’ve been observing and questioning with my readers for years and I want to show you how you can tell whether or not your cat loves you. I don’t think you can know for sure. But, I do think you can get a pretty good idea. I’ll list the signs that I’ve noticed with my own cats.

1. Cats want their owner to play with them.

This is pretty common knowledge, but I want to make sure you don’t miss it. When your cat wants you to play with them, they will put on a show. They’ll dance around, they’ll do all sorts of things that get you to pay attention to them. A cat will often do things to try and impress you, like play with a toy, or jump up and down on your lap. Cats will also sit in front of you, or sit on top of you.

2. Cats love to sleep.

This is a very important point. I see it all the time. When I visit my friends and their cats, they act like they want to play, but also want to sleep. They act like they want to do one or the other, but they want to do both. This is a great sign of cat love.

3. Cats love to be petted.

This is a strange one for some people. I don’t have any pets, so I have no experience with this. I’ve had one friend who told me her cat would scratch her when she wasn’t paying attention. I’ve also seen cats who like to be rubbed behind the ears. When a cat is being petted, they often purr.

4. Cats love to play with toys.

I’m not sure what it is with cats, but they love to play with toys. I’ve seen cats play with toys for hours. Cats will play with toys for hours. Just make sure the toys are for your cat, not for you. A cat will often play with their own toys as well.

5. Cats love to be carried.

This is another strange one. I’ve seen cats who love to be carried around. I’m not sure why. But, I think it might have something to do with their tails. Cats always see their tails as a toy.

6. Cats love to be petted on the back.

This one is a little tricky. I’ve seen cats who will get mad if you try to pet them on the back. I’ve also seen cats who love to be petted on the back. I think it might have something to do with the way they’re sitting.

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