It’s easy to tell when a dog is happy: his tail is a dead giveaway. But cats don’t have the same body language that dogs do. If you want to know whether your new cat is bonding with you and your family, here are some helpful signs to look for!
The gentlest of massages with those soft padded feet will definitely bring a smile to your face.
As yucky as a “gift” from a cat may be, sharing is caring. Cats are natural hunters, and want you to see the efforts of their hard work around the house.
Take your cat’s headbutts as a secret handshake between the two of you. It’s definitely a sign of affection.
Prolonged eye contact with a cat is a sign of trust and love, so the longer, the better.
Flopping over onto his back shows that your cat is comfortable in his home and invites anyone to give him a little rub in passing.
Just like dogs, cats use their tails to communicate. Look for a tail that’s fluffy at its base and curls at the end.
If your cat gets a little bitey during a belly scratch, he’s not angry. Cats aren’t used to how thin human skin is compared to their other cat friends.
Rubbing against your legs is a cat’s way of claiming you for himself.
The number one sign of a cat’s happiness? Purring. The tone and volume of a cat’s purr is a great indication of how happy your cat really is.
Being nosy is your cat’s way of showing interest in what you’re doing, so don’t push them away. They just don’t want to be ignored.
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