Cats are fantastic furry pets. They are pretty quiet, and they are not as expressive as dogs when it comes to letting their owners know how they feel about them. But this doesn’t mean that your cat doesn’t love you.
These examples totally prove that they do love you. The thing is that these four-legged pets have their own special way to say it. And what is even more interesting is that they say “I love you” in the strangest ways possible.
Take a look what our cats do to show us some love.
Many researchers agree that cats are trying to return the affection that you’re showing them by kneading their paws into you. Sadly they are not aware that it hurts.
When they bring dead animals into the house, cat’s are trying to teach you how to catch your own prey. They don’t know it looks gross.
3. When cats rub their head against you, they’re marking you as one of their own with the concentrated scent glands in their cheeks and head. Congratulations, you’re family.
It’s important we know that a steady, soft gaze means that your cat feels safe and comfortable with you. Also, they typically blink less frequently than us. So in general cats are not really staring although their look can be a little bit disconcerting,
If your furry cat rolls over and presents it’s belly to you, it’s a sign of unwavering trust. Like most creatures, cats don’t like to make themselves vulnerable.