Written By: Sweety
Cats don't always express love the way humans do. Forget loud declarations – their affection lies in subtle gestures and behaviors.
The iconic feline purr doesn't just sound adorable; it's a sign of contentment and affection. Your cat purrs around you, it's like they're saying, "I feel safe and loved with you."
Cats use their heads as gentle battering rams to show affection. Those head-butts and cheek rubs are their way of marking you with their scent, claiming you as their own.
This kneading behavior is a leftover instinct from kittenhood when they kneaded their mother's belly for milk. It's a sign of comfort and trust.
If your cat leaves "presents" of dead mice or birds at your doorstep, don't be grossed out. It's a sign they care.
It's the ultimate display of trust and vulnerability. This "belly flop" position says, "I trust you completely and feel safe enough to be this exposed."
Slow blinks and soft squints are ways they express love and contentment. It's like a feline wink, saying, "I'm happy and relaxed with you."