LEARN CAT LANGUAGE
Cat’s have a language all their own. You almost need to live with a feline
(81 million in the USA and counting…) to understand how subtle their language
is. You can learn cat language by observing the unique messages they send
using vocal sounds, tail movements, their eyes, whiskers, fur, and even their
walk. Cats use nearly every muscle in their bodies - working in concert to
form a symphony of cat language, intricate messages to other cats and perceptive
Cat language of the ears:
Folded back close to the head says: I’ve very angry Pointed forward says: What is this; I’m curious.
Cat language of the eyes:
Dilated pupils says: I’m afraid Constricted pupils say: I’m angry (or back off buddy!)
Cat language of the whiskers:
Whiskers forward says: I’m very curious and interested.
Cat language of the tongue:
Non-stop licking says: I’m embarrassed (for instance, when they fall off the back of the sofa and you laugh at them, licking a paw will often be the cats’ response.)
Cat Language of lips: