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DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR CAT IS ACTUALLY TELLING YOU WHEN THEY DO THIS? YOU SHOULD

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Communication is often challenging for those that walk upright, so you can imagine how it must feel for those that do their walking on four legs. While household pets certainly have their own language for communicating with members of their own species, they can find it awfully challenging to get their point across to their loving owners.

As Wimp shares, all is not lost, especially for pets of the feline persuasion. Cats are notoriously hard to get a good read on, but there’s a whole list of incredibly helpful signs you can be on the lookout for. For example, when cats engage in a little paw kneading with you, they’re actually trying to show you some affection. Unfortunately, it doesn’t register with them that digging their claws in causes pain for their owners.

Cats have a tendency to glare at you, and that can creep plenty of people out. While it can seem like they’re sizing you up for the right opportunity to pounce, it’s actually just a simple sign that they are quite comfortable with you. The whole list is definitely worth checking out, and you’ll definitely find a few nuggets that you’ll find useful in your dealings with felines.

Source: Wimp
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