Think your cat is purring because she’s happy to see you? Not always! Cats are the queens of mixed messages here’s how to understand your fickle feline.
1 # He grumbles against you
Do you think they are just dogs that growl? So you have never seen a crazy cat. Cats can make a wide variety of noises that signal their discontent, including a guttural growl, Rueb explains. If your bestie expresses his feelings, start by giving him his space, then slowly do things that will create a positive relationship, such as eating, playing with toys, bathing or talking softly, says Rueb. Need more help with decoding your cat’s wishes? Check out these 10 things your cat wants to tell you.
2 # She gives you “the look”
What looks like? If you own a cat, you do not even have to ask: Cats are the masters to show their feelings through their eyes. “Cats are particularly disturbed when their routine is disrupted, such as feeding them late or during daylight saving time,” says Kac Young, Ph.D., author of The One Minute Cat Manager. The solution is obvious: plan your life around your feline lord. We’re kidding, especially: cats get better on a regular and predictable schedule, so do your best to stick to one, she says.
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