Tail pipe - you are my enemy! 6 signs that the cat quietly hates youPictolic
Cats, like humans, react acutely to the emotional environment they are in. They express their joy and discontent in their own way, and we must catch these signs if we want to be on good terms with our pet. Unfortunately, sometimes it happens that cats perceive the owner as an enemy. Find out what signs indicate negative feelings of the cat towards you from our material.
Have you ever wondered if your cat hates you? It turns out that by the behavior of a fluffy pet, you can find out what feelings he has for you. Experts have identified 6 obvious signs of how a pet treats its owner.
The tail is a barometer of feline mood. If the cat holds it vertically or wraps it around you, this is a sign of satisfaction. If the tail is horizontal or lowered, it indicates fear, retreat or aggressive and hostile attitude. The lower the tail is lowered, the more stress the cat has.
If a pet avoids you, it's not just because he wants to take a walk or relax. The constant unwillingness to play with the owner indicates that the cat is uncomfortable with you. The same can be said when he often hides from you.
Experts on feline behavior advise giving the cat more personal space and time to adjust to a new environment if he has recently entered your family. But, if fluffy has been living with you for a long time and continues to hide, you need to contact a veterinarian: this may be a sign of health problems.
If the cat does not want to play with you, but behaves friendly with other people, then you are the problem.
If the cat behaves unusually, make sure that everything suits him. Check if your pet has everything you need for a comfortable life - from water and food to a clean toilet. How attentive you will be to the well-being of the cat, so warmly he will treat you.
One of the most obvious signs of dislike is hissing and biting. In this case, it is immediately clear that the cat does not like you. Of course, small kittens can bite and hiss, developing and studying the world around them, but in adulthood this indicates problems.
Meanwhile, a British photographer has shown how similar cats are to their owners. His amazing series is breathtaking!