Cats use vocalizations, scent and most importantly, body language to communicate with each other, humans and other animals. Meowing, purring, ear position and tail position are all part of cat communication.
A primary mode of cat communication is body language such as the position of
the ears and mouth. Cat communication is the transfer of information by one or
more cats that has an effect on the ....
Experts share 6 clues on how to interpret your cat's body language.
Cats use their ears, eyes and tails to communicate their feelings, needs and
desires. Learn how to read a cat's body language and how to respond
May 12, 2015 ... Trainer Mikkel Becker explains how to expertly read your cat's body language by
looking at her tail, ears, eyes, muzzle and body posture.
Did you know cats have a language all their own? They communicate non-
verbally through the use of body language. I found that learning to speak “cat”
was a ...
Pay attention to your cat's eyes, ears, body and tail—they're all telling the story.
Your cat has many of the same emotions as you do. Visit Purina today for a
helpful guide to understanding cat behaviour and body language.
Jun 13, 2013 ... This guide will help you identify signals in your cat's body language and facial
cues in order to better understand their needs. Understanding ...
Sep 15, 2014 ... Here are some tips from Jackson Galaxy on how to read your cat's body