Cat Body Language – AARCS

When sick or injured: When a cat feels sick, their body language may be a little more subtle than most people might imagine. They howl or howl, but sometimes they can also get a little too quiet. That’s why you need to pay a little more attention to what they do. If you find that your cat is crouched down with its head and ears lowered, it’s a sure sign that something is wrong. If they’re lying in a way that isn’t normal for them, they’re probably trying to avoid putting pressure on the part of their body that’s somehow infected. They just want to avoid making whatever bothers them worse by doing this. Their eyes can also be dull and glassy. So when your feline friend exhibits this behavior, you might want to take him to the vet, ASAP!

Sometimes it’s hard enough to communicate from person to person, but with cats it’s much trickier. It’s no one’s fault; it is just what it is (which is a challenge). However, this is an obstacle that the cat and its owner can overcome together. Just look at their eyes, their tail, their ears, their postures, their whiskers and their cries. They will tell you what your cat’s mood is. Assessing them, bonding with them, and seeing the world through their eyes will help you better understand your fiery feline friend. Keep it up !


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