by Chrissy Reese
A series on the three most important ways in which cats communicate with their humans – body language, scent communication and vocalization.
For part one of this three-part series, we’ll take a look at cats’ body language. While it’s often too subtle for humans to notice, there are some more obvious communicatory signals that are important to pay attention to. Whether your feline friend is happy to talk your ear off or more of the strong and silent type, all cats communicate best with their body language. While a cat may seem content to communicate with you through vocal signals, it’s like a human speaking a second language – they can do it, but it’s not always their most effective way of communicating.
Body language is somewhat complicated. Just like with humans, there are several different communicatory areas on the cat including the face, the posture and…
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