Celebrating the Charm, Unique Personalities, and Unconditional Love of Our Furry Companions
Some time ago it was considered that felines do not really distinguish colors. Scientists back in time thought that cats can only perceive black-and-white gradients.
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.