Is your cat trying to tell you something? Cat behaviour is a big thing. One minute they’re purring and rubbing their faces on our legs, and the next, we can get a wee nip in the space of a changing second. While some cats are simply overstimulated by attention and petting when this happens, there are other things we can watch for in our cats, so we have an idea of how to behave around them.
This is a great wee infographic from the RSPCA, giving great examples of cat behaviour when we can see how relaxed or not a cat is. It’s also a good way of showing children how to read the body language of the family cat.
Understanding Cat behaviour – An infographic created by the RSPCA
So, is your cat a happy cat, a worried cat, or an anxious cat who’s unhappy, angry or scared?