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Body language of cats


Learn to read body language and understand your cat's mood

The way the cats position your body, along with other signs provided by the tail, ears, eyes, voice, and even the coat should be observed properly to discover what the animal's emotional state.

A cat enjoying the caresses of the head to toe, arch your back probably to maximize contact with your hands.

In another situation, his back arched could mean that you should not even get close or you might get hurt.

Then, three positions of a cat and what they mean:

· Inquisitive: a curious and friendly cat is relaxed, moving forward with your tail raised. The ears are also raised, and pointed slightly to the sides.

· Defensive: a cat that is angry or scared arch your back and inflates his coat in the classic pose of "Halloween cat".

· Aggressive: a cat that will walk under attack, his belly close to the floor, and back slightly higher than his head, ready to jump-start his legs powerful and full speed ahead.

The fur on their shoulders is bristling, like the hairs on his tail. You have to be careful with this cat. It is best to stay away.

When a cat takes a defensive or aggressive, it's best to leave him alone. Even when dealing with your cat, tries to give some time to calm down before trying again to get closer.

He will be fine after a while. Remember that even the most peaceful cats have their tantrums.

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