These are accurate and differ from dog tail speak. Cat communication is usually subtle (unless theyre ripping off your face or running up your leg - lol).

These are accurate and differ from dog tail speak. Cat communication is usually subtle (unless theyre ripping off your face or running up your leg - lol).

Decipher Your Cat's Body Language With This Helpful Infographic | Mental Floss

Decipher Your Cat's Body Language With This Helpful Infographic

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Feline behaviour explained – cat body language

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You can tell a lot about how a cat is feeling from its tail and ears. This site has excellent information, including how to communicate with your cat.

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You can tell a lot about how a cat is feeling from its tail and ears. This site has excellent information, including how to communicate with your cat.

How to Read Your Cat’s Tail Language? www.cambridgecatclinic.co.uk

How to Read Your Cat’s Tail Language? www.cambridgecatclinic.co.uk

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All cat parents can benefit from understanding cat tail language. Even if you are not typically around cats, learning their language can help you avoid being hissed at or scratched.    Some people assume that different types of animals communicate in the same way, but cats and dogs communicate very differently. For example, when a cat wags her tail it means she is angry and ready for a fight, but when a dog wags her tail it means she is happy and ready to play.

All cat parents can benefit from understanding cat tail language. Even if you are not typically around cats, learning their language can help you avoid being hissed at or scratched. Some people assume that different types of animals communicate in the same way, but cats and dogs communicate very differently. For example, when a cat wags her tail it means she is angry and ready for a fight, but when a dog wags her tail it means she is happy and ready to play.

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