Cat Communication - The Pet Talk

Cat Communication

Cat Communication

The cat obvious responses are purring or rubbing.

Domestic cats first appeared around 10,000 years ago, cats can read human facial expressions, such as the person is smiling or frowning, and they learn this ability over time.

Cat aims for maximum snuggles, the ear and tail movements are associated with contentedness. You will also notice cats often greet humans and other animals with slow blinks to communicate affection and trust.

You can try to communicate with them by slow-blinking, eye-narrowing facial expressions and in a relaxed smile, followed by closing your eyes for a couple of seconds. Please observe whether your cat response the same way before start a conversation with soft meowing tone.

A meowing cat wants something – attention or food or perhaps access to a room. You can do the same ways by using soft conversational tone to achieve training results, such as sit, roll over, shake a paw, jump, playing dead and few success stories with cat using the human toilet and some even know how to press the toilet flush valve – The steps can find on the YouTube.




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