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Does Your Cat Love You? 6 Ways To Tell 🐱
Family & Kids
1. Your cat doesn't flee the room when you enter: Take your cat’s continued presence as a compliment. A solitary hunter by nature, a cat that simply hangs out nearby, or curls up close for a nap, is a creature that feels comfortable, comfortable enough to even like you.
2. Your cat saunters by with an upright, curled In colonies, when two cats are working out whether to approach each other, one usually raises its tail; if the other is happy to approach, it raises its tail, too. The tail-up signal almost certainly evolved during domestication, arising from a postur
3. Your cat locks eyes and gives you a slow blink: A feline blink is the so-called “cat kiss.” It’s a way for cats to appease one another, says Siracusa. With a slow blink, your cat is basically saying, "I’m feeling good, let’s not fight"
4. Your cat wants to do your hair and lick your face: When a cat licks you with a tongue like sandpaper, it might not feel so friendly -- but a certain amount of grooming or licking, Siracusa says, indicates closeness.
5. Your cat rubs you with his or her cheek: When cats run their cheeks alongside your legs or face, there’s more going on than simple headbutts. Cats secrete pheromones in glands on their faces and paws. As they rub, cats leave behind a smelly trail of molecules. It’s an odor that we can’t detect.
6. Your cat brings you "presents": Cat moms teach kittens how to hunt through demonstration. When cats leave dead animals at your door, he or she is simply treating you like a member of family -- a part of the family that can’t hunt very well.