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Do you really understand your cat?

We love our cat as our family, but we often suffer the indifferent evasion and ignorance from them. Knowing these you can better get along and communicate with your cat.

1. The mood is relaxed and calm - the cat is lying or sitting, the pupils are constricted in a straight line, and the eyes are half-open or even completely closed. Cats can easily wash their faces and ears with their fore paws. Lie down and stretch your whole body forward, or curl your whole body into a ball. When the cat is asleep, it will stretch its front legs up and down.

2. Greetings happily - the cat stands upright, with its tail straight, the tip of its tail swaying gently from side to side, its head raised, and its eyes squinted.

3. I want to be close to you, ready to act like a spoiled cat – the cat is sitting, with slightly dilated pupils, and its big tail is standing upright, or shaking it gently. At first sight, it feels that the cat is coming.

4. Say hello, act like a spoiled cat - the cat will go around your feet and constantly rub with its head, you put the cat on the table, and the cat will constantly rub your face with its head and chin.

5. Welcome - When you come home, the cat will run to the door and sit and wag its tail slowly and widely to say "I'm glad you're back".

6. Happy - when the cat is full, he licks the soles of his feet, sits down, and wagging his tail, expressing "I am full, so satisfied, so happy".

7. Trust - The cat will roll on the ground with all fours upside down, indicating that the cat completely trusts you and feels very safe.

8. Patrol the borders - cats will walk around gently with their tails outstretched. When there is an intruder, the cat will first explore the intention of the visitor.

9. Inquisitive - The cat stands up on its hind feet, with its ears tilted forward, its tail down, and the end gently wagging.

10. Be careful, I will be angry - the cat's whiskers stand up and its tail wiggles quickly, indicating that the cat feels that the visitor is not good. The next step may be to escape, or to further intimidate or even attack.

11. Angry - The cat is lowered all over, tail is rolled up, ears are pressed behind, mouth is open, canine teeth are exposed, and noise is made.

12. Prepare to attack - low front and high back, tail stretched out, ears tilted forward, claws fully exposed. Run away, the cat is about to attack.

13. Alert, angry - the cat's ears are flat, the body is arched, the tail is straight up, and the hair is on end.

14. Confused, annoyed and angry - the cat stands low, with its tail hanging down and shaking slowly.

15. Surrender - The cat's ears are drooping, the tail is rolled into the body, the whiskers are also drooping, and the body is shrunk into a ball, indicating surrender.

16. Calm and nothing - the cat's ears stretch up naturally, the whiskers hang down naturally, and the pupils are thin and straight.

17. Alertness - The cat's eyes are wide open, the ears are fully forward, and the whiskers are raised.

18. Anxiety, Fear 1 - The cat's ears are turned to the sides, the eyes are round, and the pupils are slightly enlarged.

19. WARNING, THREATING - The cat's ears are lowered a little more and the eyes are narrower, but the cat hasn't made a sound yet.

20. A further warning - flattened ears, raised beard, flattened face, narrower eyes.

21. Preoccupied - The cat's ears are facing forward, the pupils are slightly larger, and the whiskers are drooping.

22. Surprise - The cat has round pupils, erect ears and a slightly open mouth. This is the reaction of a male cat when it smells the urine of a female cat in heat, or when there is fragrant fish or meat in the kitchen.

23. Curious - The cat's ears are facing forward, the mouth is closed, and the pupils are round.

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