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If dogs are very demonstrative, cats are renowned for their great autonomy vis-à-vis their owner. These majestic felines are much less expressive than dogs, and often labeled vain, ungrateful and selfish. FALSE! They just have a different way of expressing their feelings ...


Cats can demonstrate their affection and love through various gestures that are often difficult to understand.


Here are 5 signs that show you that your cat loves you!

It licks your hands

Cats are used to lick, this is a much appreciated activity, since it is the time of the toilet. It is not uncommon to see cats help each other to do it, or to see a mom licking her little ones still unable to wash on their own. Thus, if your cat makes you licks, it clearly indicates that he considers you as a member of his group, which is why he gives you the same treatment.

Cats also make licks to their master to show them affection and to show that they feel safe with them. If we express ourselves by caresses, the cats lick the hands, the arms or even the face!

It lies on its back

When your cat snuggles by your side by putting on your back, it is a true sign of affection. Cats do not expose their stomach to everyone and always try to protect that part. So if he does not hesitate to lie down on your back with you, this indicates that your cat is extremely trustworthy. So you can caress him!

It rubs itself against you

If you have a cat at home, you need to be familiar enough with this kind of behavior. Each time you go home, your cat rushes towards you to rub against your leg and wrap its tail. A pleasant reception, which is generally interpreted as a sign of love and affection. And it's not wrong! Your cat rubs against you to make an olfactory marking. During this act, the cat emits familiarization pheromones, which will serve to make every thing familiar. The cat is not only rubbing against people but also against objects that are part of its territory. Through this little ritual, the cat shows his master that he loves him, that he feels safe with him and that he is part of his world!


It purrs in your presence

The purring of the cats is manifested by a whistling or a slight snoring, following the vibration of the muscles in the diaphragm and the larynx. Cats usually purr in the presence of other animals and people, or following caresses.

The purring of cats often reflects their sense of well-being. A purring cat, especially when you caress him and take care of him, is a happy cat! It is thus the manner of the felines expressing their joy and contentment. What better proof does your cat love you?

Also know that the purring of cats not only has a calming effect on him but also on you! Indeed, some researchers would even advise therapy sessions that rely on the purring of cats, called rerosterapies.

Purring would be able to act on the amygdalian system, which is linked to the emotions of the human. It will therefore cause a feeling of well-being and will therefore allow you to relax.

It points the tail in the form of a question mark

The position and movements of the tail of the cats can also suggest their mood. Always take time to observe your cat's tail before approaching it.

For example, a lowered tail is really not a good sign, because it indicates that your pet is not in a very good mood and may be slightly aggressive.

On the other hand, if you notice that its tail is in the form of a question mark, you have the green light. Your cat is in a good mood and willing to play with you. If in addition to that, it comes to rub against you, it is because it is filled!

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