Purring (means content.) Even sleeping curled up is a sign or laying sprawled out across the back of the couch looking out the window. Cats are generally very laid back and content. They play, eat well (grazing) and drink water. If your cat is ill they will either cling to their owner or go off into another room to have peace and quiet. Older cats that become ill can have a scraggly coat of fur. If in doubt see your vet.
A cat is happy when He/She pus's, during play, snuggling, or is sleeping
Usually when a cat is happy it will have it's tail lifted in the air when it walks. It also purrs.
When a cat is happy, it usually purrs or sways its tail.
A happy or contented cat will purr.
it will be purring alot,that meens its happy....it will prob have its tail in the are and be playfull
Cats will purr and lick you when they are happy. my cat does that and he drools.
Well, you really have to make it happy. Cats cannot be happy themselves. they need attention, A LOT. To know they are happy, they purr and start rubbing everywhere and going in your path.
a cat will purr when in pain as well as when happy
your cat does not purr because it is not happy
Because they don't feel offended or scared. Cats hiss because they feel danger. If your cat or somebodies cat you know isn't hissing. That simply says that they are happy. Happy to help!!!
Petting the cat. They our because they are happy just the way we smile or laugh when we are happy.
It is accepted that a Happy cat purrs like a happy dog wags his tail.
a happy cat = un chat heureux un chat joyeux
A dog is a canine while a cat is a feline so in that sense no. If as in a happy cat you are using it as a slang term such as is a dog happy, then it would depend on the dog and it's environment.
Usually your cat will purr.
The cast of Cat Happy - 1950 includes: Tom Morrison as Little Roquefort - Percy the Cat
Cat Happy - 1950 was released on: USA: 18 August 1950
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It depends, Can you be happy whilst you're yelling at somebody? I know I can't. It's complicated; A cat can still like you if it's hissing at your brother or sister. I'm not a cat psychologist, I'm just trying to help from experience of having a cat myself.. :)
Cat is "smiling" at you when it blinks so I have heard. Cat is also happy.
Your cat will blink at you because s/he is trying to let you know that s/he loves you. When your cat blinks at you it might happen when s/he walks into the room and looks at you. A blinking cat is a happy cat. You should keep an eye out for it. Once you are on the look-out it is quite noticeable.
When cats tails are up that means they're happy. I know because I have one.
it's not a happy ending it's not a happy ending the cat gets thrown against a wall