A cat's tail is used as a signaling mechanism. A tail held high is used as a greeting, while a half-raised tail indicates less pleasure and a lowered tail corresponds to unhappiness. Wagging and twitching indicates excitement or irritation.
When your cat holds her tail high in the air as she moves about her territory, she's
expressing confidence and contentment. A tail that sticks straight up signals ...
Meows, yowls and other vocalizations are just some of the ways your cat lets you
... to read these signals so you'll get a good idea of what's on your cat's mind. ...
Pay attention to your cat's eyes, ears, body and tail—they're all telling the story.
A cat that is holding its tail lower, extended rigidly and is flicking it back and forth
is showing signs of offensive aggression. “This is not a happy cat,” says Dr.
Apr 22, 2013 ... Personally, I think a cat's tail signals some of the coolest body language signs,
you just have to understand them. A cat's tail is tremendously ...
Experts share 6 clues on how to interpret your cat's body language. ... Curled
around another cat's tail or human legs, it signals friendliness. And tucked below
Watching the position of a cat's tail is a great way to decipher how a cat is feeling.
Marilyn Krieger, Certified Cat Behavior Consultant and Cat Fancy's behaviorist, ...
Feb 11, 2010 ... A cat's ears and tail (as we'll discuss later) are a vital part of cat body ... Signs of
Aggression – A cat's ears moving from a forward posture to a ...
Here are a few interesting tail communication signals: When feeling confident,
your cat usually will walk with his tail straight up. When walking through tall grass,
Feline communication is a complex system of sign language, some vocalization,
and even scent cues people can't detect. Signals help define and reinforce the ...