The most common movements of cats and their meanings

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Many of us find that dogs are easier to understand. It is believed that both facial expressions and body language of dogs are more understandable. Cats, on the other hand, are thought to be more incomprehensible than dogs. Many cat owners say that their cats are not really related to them, that the cat has a world of its own and they cannot understand it.

However, this is not quite true. Many researchers working on animal behavior say that cats are actually just as open to communication as dogs. Professor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia. Sharon Crowell-Davis, in a presentation on cat behavior, says that cats are just as understandable as dogs, it's just that we misunderstand them or don't understand what they mean.

Dogs are perhaps easier to understand than cats. However, this does not mean that cats are not understandable. Maybe we don't translate their behavior well.

Do you want to know what cats want to tell you? Here are the most common movements of cats and their meanings:

1. Purring doesn't always mean your cat is happy

Cats purr when they are happy. But not every purr means your cat is happy. Cats also make a purr-like sound when they are sick or want to vomit. In fact, when your cat purrs, he wants to tell you, "Don't leave me, I need you." Purring is a prime example of a cat asking for help.

2. If your cat is rubbing against you when you get home, he may want to say "Welcome"

If your cat is rubbing your legs in front of the door when you get home, you may think it wants attention. It's actually true in a way, but incomplete. After hunting, cats rub with other cats, curl their tails and rub against each other. This is actually a way of greeting each other again between cats who have been separated for a while. When you come home, your cat, which is rubbing against your legs, is trying to greet you and say "Welcome" to you. In fact, your cat establishes the same method of communication with other cats with you.

3. Cats have facial expressions too

Many people do not pay attention to this, as they think that cats do not have distinctive facial expressions. However, researchers say that with a little attention, cats' moods are also reflected in their facial expressions. When cats are stressed or hurt, the muscles in their faces tense up. When they are happy, their facial muscles relax. This causes their mood to be reflected in their facial expressions.

4. There is a secret language between cats and their owners

The researchers say that cats don't just meow to communicate with other cats. Cats living in the house meow even though they have no communication with the cats outside. They do this because they use meowing as a way to communicate with their owners, because contrary to popular belief, there is no universal cat language made up of meows. Each cat develops a language of meows that is private to its owner.

5. If he regularly knocks things over, he may be bored

If your cat regularly knocks or knocks on things, he may be bored and want to have fun. Your cat uses this method because it knows that it will attract your attention by messing up a little bit.

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Hello! I love your post! I love your post, I love cats and dogs, unfortunately I can't have them in my apartment because it's too small and they don't accept pets.

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I'm glad you liked my post. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to raise a pet for those who live in the apartment. If your situation is suitable, I recommend you to live in a detached house :))

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Cats are so cute but I am skeptical about getting one. The responsibility is a lot

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Of course, because he is alive, he has a responsibility. They are beings that need care and love. I suggest you think carefully and decide accordingly.

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