We all agree on the fact that Cats are the internet’s favorite, below we will help you understand the meaning of their actions, body language, and basically everything about felines, so you can talk to them and understand them better.
1. Sprint Jump
You might be worried about them to get injured if you see them sprinting and jumping off places. But no worries, they are exercising. They know exactly what they are doing. It’s natural.
2. Rubbing against you
Felines are full of love and passion. If they rub against you, it means they are “marking” you when their scent. You are their owner and they are proud of it. You actually should take it a compliment.
Kittens would knead at their mom’s breast to stimulate milk. It makes them feel calm! Sometimes they will knead on your body, which shows the compassion. If your felines do so, be happy, they like you.
4. Exposed Poop
Felines are known and beloved as pets because mostly they are pretty independent beings. They take care of themselves just fine. They are also known to hate being dominated, so as a sign of anger they don’t cover their poop to show the rebelliousness.
5. Twitching Ears
Cats are mostly agitated or anxious when their ears start twitching, it means that they aren’t comfortable around, and better leave them alone, otherwise, they could run away or hiss…
6. Staring With Their Mouths Open
When cats can’t distinguish a complex scent by using just their nose, they use the roof of their mouths to smell and this action is scientifically called “Flehmen response.” if you think your feline is being weird by staring and curling their lips perhaps, well, they are doing something extremely complex!
7. Little Meow
It’s a kind of Hello or any type of greeting. it’s mostly followed by a gentle rubbing against you. It’s just great to have a cat at home waiting for you.
Just like babies, cats also get frustrated and unpleased when they don’t get their way. They start chattering. It might seem weird and bizarre but it’s completely normal.
9. Laying on stuff
Felines demand so much attention. To get it they will go as far as lying on your stuff. It’s like they are calling you out to play or pet them. They need to feel safe and secure around you. Try to be relaxed around them to automatically relax them as well.
10. Sleeping on your chest
Take it as a sign of love and passion. Your cat loves you and needs your warmth and heartbeat! It also means that your cat feels safe and protected. It’s tough having it on your chest, but you really should enjoy it :).