10 fun facts about cats revealed

Pet lovers who have a feline as a pet already know that the mysteries that surround the lives of pussies are many, and that it takes time to get to know the behavior and personality of these animals well. Therefore, the curiosities about cats are still many, even for those who have a dog indoors, and knowing better about the most frequent attitudes towards certain emotions that these cats have is important, so that it is possible to “understand” the that the animal wants to demonstrate how to offer a life with more welfare to him.

The requests for affection, the walking with the tail raised, the meows and the purrs are just some of the behaviors that usually intrigue cat lovers and, thinking about the package of mysteries that each pussy carries, we selected ten curiosities about cats that will make you more familiar with your pet's attitudes and allow communication between you to be increasingly clear and efficient. check out

  1. Affection request
    When a feline asks for the owner's affection, it is a sign that he wants to strengthen the relationship, and if the head is the place where the animal wants to receive the mess, the situation can be considered even more affectionate, since it is in this region that the felines of the same species usually lick themselves to show friendship and trust.
  2. Purring
    Produced by a typical vibration of the feline's vocal cords, the purring sound means that the cat is trying to attract attention for some reason, either by hunger, to ask for petting or to move away from something that it considers dangerous. Still in the puppy phase it is already possible to witness the pussies producing this sound while they are breastfeeding, being accompanied in the purr by their mothers.
  3. Meows
    Like the purr, the cat's meows are a way to get the attention of people or other felines. While pussies rarely meow to each other in routine situations (keeping their voices for moments of fight or mating), they often 'talk' a lot with their owners and other humans, using sound as a way to ask for something, (such as food or lap).

  4. Jokes
    Encouraging the animal's hunting instinct, games are also a practical and fun way for felines to socialize with each other and with human beings, demonstrating a feeling of friendship. When they bow their backs and lift their tails, however, it is a sign that the time for play is over for the pussy, and it withdraws from the environment.
  5. Hide emotions
    Concealment is a characteristic very present in the lives of pussies, who do not need (and do not usually) demonstrate many emotions to communicate. Precisely because he has a very hunting spirit, the cat prefers to camouflage his emotions in order to deceive and manipulate his competitors, trying to shrink when afraid to flee without their noticing or trying to look bigger (raising his back and hair) to scare the enemy.
  6. Lift the tail vertically
    The raised tail of cats is a great sign, as it can be considered as a sign of friendship, and can be directed both to another feline and to the humans he likes.
  7. Discomfort when touching the paws
    Extremely sensitive, the feline paw pad is a powerful tool for the touch and hunter's sensitivity of pussies. Therefore, cats tend to feel absolutely uncomfortable when someone tries to move in this region, which gathers the receptors that indicate the presence of something in its paw and its claws full of nerves.

  8. Rub yourself on the owner's leg
    Another classic sign of the cat's friendship demonstration, the act of rubbing on people's legs shows affection and confidence, being that, generally, the feline raises its tail (as explained previously) before beginning to rub the legs of the human whose he likes.
  9. Taking dead animals home
    Contrary to what many people imagine, when the feline brings a dead animal home he does not want to feed the people of the home or anything, this attitude being one of the few that still refers to the hunting life that used to be natural for the pussies. In reality, the cat takes the dead animal home because, according to its instincts, it intends to eat it. However, domestic cats prefer another type of food with which they are already more accustomed, and end up abandoning their prey.
  10. Don't get along with other cats
    With the exception of pussies in their own family, whom they have known since puppy days, adult cats tend to dislike other cats, and this can cause endless fights in homes with more than one cat. Separating specific areas for each of the animals can be a good way to avoid constant fights, since the stress and level of fear that a younger feline may feel from more experienced cats can even lead to death.

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