If the cat is nervous, it is a defensive body position. A tail tucked beneath the body indicates fear, uncertainty or submission and means something in the cat's environment is making it uneasy. If it's accompanied by half-closed eyes what does a cats tail mean purring - it's definitely contentment! Is this normal behavior? Hmm I have no idea what my cat is trying to say with his tail. Cats also get aggressive if they are ill.
gypsy - Age: 28
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The tail swishes a lot..
Cat Behavior- Petting & the Tail
Your cat's tail can tell you about what's going on inside her head. If your cat plays too roughly, let him know in a firm but non-startling way.
Understanding Your Cat’s Body Language: The Tail
Paying attention to the position of a cat's tail can give you insight into this often means they're unsure of a situation and could be aggressive. Wagging tail = bad: Unlike a dog, a wagging cat tail does not mean they are happy to see you! You can tell a lot by a cat tail, and when it's moving in a wag, that. Tail raised back at an angle: This is a non-threatening gesture that means the cat is simply unsure about something. Your cat may do this while.
Cleo - Age: 32
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I am home all the time and for the past months my daughters has been work a lot and hardly ever home. This is a non-threatening gesture that means the cat is simply unsure about something.
Your cat’s tail language
What are they doing with their ears? If he feels threatened he will attack if he is scared. But one of the best ways to get insight into your feline friend's mood is to look at her tail. This too signifies contentment and affection. We have gotten up to 4 or 5 counts. A lower tail is a very serious mood.
Piper - Age: 29
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I have a total of four cats, each having their own particular personalities. When the tail is wrapped around the cat's body, it could mean a few things.
Position: swishing tail. A tail that sways slowly from side to side usually means your cat is focused on an object. You might see this tail position right before your . Tail raised back at an angle: This is a non-threatening gesture that means the cat is simply unsure about something. Your cat may do this while. The high-held tail pointed straight up is the feline equivalent of a “howdy!” and means Kitty welcomes attention and interaction. However, dog.