Cats move their tails to communicate their moods and thoughts. The posture and position of a cat's tail and the way it is moving communicate what a cat is thinking and feeling. More »

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Some basic types of cat body language include slow blinks to signal trust, a relaxed upright tail to signal confidence, and an arched back and puffed-up tail to signal fright. An anxious cat puts its tail down between it... More »

A nibble from a cat means many things, but it is often considered a “love bite” in which the cat is telling the person that it is pleased or happy. Cats often communicate through body language. This is why cats rub thems... More »

Usually when cats chase their tails, they are simply playing. Cats are not being fooled; they know their tail is theirs. They often groom it when they're finished having fun. The tail is just a handy toy. More »

Flame point Siamese cats are cats with the traditional Siamese appearance and reddish-gold color points on their ears, face, feet and tails. This variety of cat is also called a red point Siamese or a colorpoint shorthai... More »

Cats wag their tails to send messages to both humans and other animals. The positioning of the tail as well as the position of the ears and the cat's facial expression are all clues as to what the cat's tail wag or wave ... More »

Cats have tails as a way of communicating their feelings and desires, and also the supracaudal glands found on the surface of the tails are responsible for releasing a unique and distinct scent that is used for marking t... More »