How to know when a cat likes a smell
When cats grimace, they are usually “taste-scenting.” This grimace is the flehmen response when they detect certain smells, typically sex pheromones or other pleasant aromas such as catnip. When a cat exhibits the flehmen response, he’s drawing air past two fluid-filled sacs in the roof of the mouth called the Jacobson’s organs, which are connected directly to the nasal cavity.
Basically, they’re drawing air into their mouths so they can sniff odors more deeply — in a sense, “smell-tasting.” Have you found the cat? The cat you have been looking for quite a while is seated close to the fence; make sure to check just around the fence meticulously. If you have found it, we can delve into the next puzzle.