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Cat Chat – Kitty Communication

| October 27, 2010
Kitty Communication

Using their "voices" is something you can expect all cats to do. Communicating what they are thinking is done by this animal's Cat Chat. Pay attention to their "talk" to find clues about your pet's feelings.

Don’t know what your cat’s cat chat is telling you? This could very well be the case if you haven’t been around many cat chats. One of the tricks is to pay attention to the animal’s meow. To figure out what they are trying to talk you need to determine what type of meow it is. The Siamese cat is very vocal with their cat chat discussion.

It’s All In The Purr

Using their “voices” is something you can expect all cats to do. Communicating what they are thinking is done by this animal’s Cat Chat. Pay attention to their “talk” to find clues about your pet’s feelings. The difference in pitch, intensity, frequency and pace are part of the clues.

Quicker then normal meows could signal a cat that is anxious or frightened. The slower the pace of the meows could signal that your kitty is confident and relaxed. The meow is only one way that cats use to talk with you.

One specific way that is unique to the cat family is the purr. When they are content they tend to purr. It is also been supported by studies that cats purr when they are ready to be sociable.

Pay Attention

Nervous, feeling uneasy or in great pain is also something that a purr could be saying so don’t overly simplify them. Would you believe that their are cat experts that have come to the belief that a cat’s purr is like them meditating.

It’s all in how they hold the tail as very accurate indicator of their true mood. Pay attention to how they move their tail as well. If you keep in mind that cats are not dogs then you will easily see that a cat wagging his tail is not the same as a dog doing the same thing. When a cat does this it signals confusion or maybe even annoyance of some type.

In Closing

Smart but emotional animals would be a great way to describe your cat wouldn’t it? After reading this article you can easily see that your main job is to pay attention and be patient. This will enhance your cat chat with your cat so that it is mutually satisfying and enjoyable.

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Category: Feline Behaviour, Feline Health and Care, Feline Resources

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