The cat is a changeable and mysterious animal. Sometimes he shows his masters a lot that he loves them. Other times, he shows it very little. Generally, the cat expresses its love in a more subtle way than its comrade the dog. So what are the signs that my cat loves me in cat language? Those who are familiar with cats will nevertheless be able to clearly recognize the signs of their love. The more you trust your instincts, the better you will be able to see and feel how.
Your dear little cat loves you:
Ask yourself “Does my cat love me?” is like asking if your cat is happy. Because if you make your cat happy in your presence, you already make him love you. And, even in your absence, your cat can be happy if it is certain that you will return. This confidence is also in some way a sign of love, like in dogs.
Your cat blinks both eyes at the same time:
If your cat blinks both eyes at the same time while looking at you, this is the equivalent of an eye kiss and means “I love you”. If you want to smile at your cat in cat language, you can just blink back, and he’ll get it.
Your cat is communicative:
Meowing is part of the cat’s normal behavioral spectrum. The meow shows that the cat is well and that he greatly appreciates his master. Learn to decipher your cat’s feelings. It should be remembered, however, that some breeds are more communicative than others. Feel free to encourage the conversation with positive feedback from you. If in doubt, ask your veterinarian if your cat’s vocalization has a positive or negative origin.
Your cat sleeps near you:
If your cat doesn’t lie down in his basket, but rather on the desk next to you, or if he tries to convince you to leave your work aside and come and lie down with him on the sofa or bed, you can be sure that he loves you. He expresses it by showing that he wants to be near you.
Your cat shows you the belly:
Like the dog, the cat is weak when it turns on its back and shows its belly. He shows you that he trusts you completely, and this trust is closely linked to the love he has for you.
Your cat rubs its head against you:
If your cat rubs his head against yours, or if he rubs his nose in your neck, on your shoulder, your chest, or your hip, it means that he wants to soak up your scent, so that your two scents own mix. It is also in a way a territorial behavior. Your pet wants you to let other cats know that you already have a cat in your life. He thus announces, to you and to the rest of the world, “It’s mine, not yours!” »
Your cat licks You:
When your cat licks you, it clearly shows you that he sees you as a member of his feline family. He tells you at the same time that he loves you very much, in the same way, that cats show affection to each other by licking each other, or that mothers strengthen the bond between them and their kittens by grooming them. If your cat shows this kind of behavior towards you, you may feel happy about it.
Your cat’s tail is in a question mark: a sign that my cat loves me:
If your cat has a question mark-shaped tail, he’s saying “I love you!” with an exclamation point. Even if his tail is in an upright position, it shows his affection and his trust in you.
Your cat purrs at you:
This behavior dates back to your cat’s childhood when it wanted to stimulate the production of breast milk. If your cat is already older, this purr indicates absolute satisfaction, joy, and a form of adoration. Purring is one of the greatest expressions of love your cat can show you.
Your cat is rubbing against your legs:
If your cat keeps rubbing on your legs, it means you have nice ones, or your cat likes you and wants you to know it (or both). This behavior means, in cat language, “I am yours and you are mine”.
We wish you to always show your love to each other and have loving moments with your cat!
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