How cats communicate their feelings
To many of us, a cat’s tail is just another fluffy or woolly affix on our feline friend. Tails do play a massive part in feline communication. By watching your cat, you must have undoubtedly noticed that their tail is an easy way to tell whether they feel friendly or aggressive. Do you know they can communicate so much more than simple aggression or amiability?
Many cats wrap their tails around each other as a makeshift handshake, exchanging scents in the interaction. Cats do this with their human owners as well. Now, can you find the cat from its communication device? Yet again, it’s the tail of the cat that puts it in trouble. It seems the cat is fond of the brown bag, and the bag is fond of the cat. Maybe the tail isn’t in a good relationship with the bag since there was no makeshift handshake.