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Communicate With Your Cat Easily in 3 Ways (with pictures)

Science has proved that cats have a lot of methods of communication. And there is no way again to make the relationship with your cat more fun than by making the cat to understand what you are saying and for you to understand what it is expressing. These step by step guide will help you to start enjoying quality fun time with your feline companion.

Step 1
Note the Movement of Your Cat's Tail:
You should watch the movement of your cat's tail so as to determine the message it is trying to send across to you. Knowing the signal meaning of the tail positions of your cat helps you to greatly improve your nuances with your cat. Some common tail positions of your cat and their meanings are:
1. When your cat lowers its tail and and tucks it under the rear, it implies that your cat is frightened.
2. Twitching of the tail means that your cat is excited or anxious
3. The vibration of the tail of the cat shows how happy the cat is to see you.
4. Tail fur sticking out straight up combined with the formation of the N shape by the tail signifies self defense or an aggressive mood.

Step 2
Stare into the Eyes of the Cat:
Reading the feelings of the cat can become very easy if you can gaze into the eyes of your feline companion. Plus, it will help to create a deep bond between the both of you.
1. If the eye of the cat is dilated, then you can assume that he is happy, excited or aggressive. The mood of the cat can be specified from the behavioural cues.
2. When a cat gazes into your eyes, it means that the cat loves and trusts you.
3. A cat whose eyes are constantly blinking won't have any problems being with people other than you.

Step 3
Take Note of Other Body Languages:
Cats have the special ability to express themselves using body languages more than human beings. Therefore, you can easily understand the body language of your cat if you pay good attention.
1. A cat greets you by lifting her nose a bit and bending his head in a backward direction. Most feline body language masters interprets this position as "I acknowledge you."
2. Flicking of tongue by the cat shows that she is worried or apprehensive.
3. If a cat rubs his body against yours repeatedly, then she is marking you out as his or her property.
4. Your cat shows that he likes being around you by giving you a wet nose kiss.
5. When a cat needs to confirm the identity of a person, he will sniff at the face of the person.
6. A little biting by the cat is an indication that he does not like you.

Step 4
Talk Constantly With Your Cat:
It has been observed that cats will increase their rate of understanding of our verbal communication if we increase the frequency of our verbal communication with them. They will learn what everyone of our words mean if you mix those actions with words. Repetition of the association of actions with words will encourage faster learning.
Soon, they will be running ahead of you to the garden before even the words finally drop out of your mouth.

Step 5
Instructing Your Cat to Carry Out Some Commands:
It is necessary to have a tone, wording and some important nonverbal cues that you can use to command your cat to carry out an expected instruction like say shake your hand or dissuade her from doing something that you don't like.
Consistency and patience of the practice of the above factors mentioned above is the key to achieving all the abilities that you want your cat to have.

Step 6
Understand the Meaning of Cat Meows:
Cats also use meows to communicate especially when he realises that the owner might not be understanding the his body languages well. He will try to imitate our talking through vocalizations.
Some of the common cat meows and what they mean are;
1. A short meow is a form of normal acknowledgement or greeting but if the cat is excited, he is likely to produce multiple meow sounds.
2. A cat requests for her wants like food and water by making a moderately pitched meow.
3. A low-pitched "MRRRooooowww" indicates a complaint, displeasure, or preparation to fight.
4. Cats can make a throaty vibrational sound called purring which serves as a form of invitation for close contact.
5. Hissing is the cat's clearest sign of a deep or great aggression. It can also signify the readiness of your cat to fight.

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