Cats communicate through a variety of body language cues such as tail position, ear movement, eye gaze, and fur texture. Understanding these cues can help us better interpret a cat's mood and intentions. For example, a relaxed cat may have a loose tail and relaxed ears, while a dominant cat may have a straight, upright tail and forward-facing ears. Additionally, a cat's behavior such as lying down or sitting can also indicate their state of mind. Understanding cat body language can improve communication and strengthen the bond between cat and owner.