Interpreting Cat Behavior 101
While our dogs may try to tell us everything they’re feeling — from whining when they’re bored to barking when they’re excited and crying when they’re injured — cats are infamously more guarded with their emotions. While each cat has its own distinct personality, there are a few ways to help you determine how he or she is feeling.
We’ve asked Dr. Katherine Miller, CAAB and director of anti-cruelty behavior research for the ASPCA, for some pointers on how to read your cat’s actions and what you can do to make sure they’re comfortable and happy at home. Read on then tell us what you do to pamper your favorite feline at home.