Asked in Cats (Felines), Cat Health, Cat Behavior
Why do cats rub your legs?
When cats rub against someone leg they are marking their teritory; so when other cats come along they know that you belong to another cat and then they will rub against you to mark their teritory and so it goes on. Cats also rub your legs to show affection or because they are hungry. My female boss cat only does this when I am standing close to her food bowl or I have lunch meat in hand. ...
Asked in Cats (Felines), Cat Behavior
Why do cats rub there face's against your face?
There are two schools of thought for this. Firstly, cats will rub themselves as a sign of affection, especially rubbing faces or noses. Cats do this to rub their scent on you, and yours scent on them. Cats have many scent glands on their face, and "sharing" scents is just a way of saying "we have a close bond". ...
Asked in Cat Behavior
Do cats communicate with each other?
Yes. Mother cats call her kittens by meowing. She purrs for them and licks them. Other cats communicate by growling, especially when eating. Cats rub against you to let you know they like you and want attention. Cats lay down on the ground and roll over wanting a belly rub. ...
Asked in Cats (Felines), Cat Products, Cat Behavior
How do cats love?
Cats do indeed love. Perhaps not on the level of humans but they do show affection. Shows of affection are things like purring when you or something else they love is near, attempting to rub against you or your other pets and trying to groom you. - Astraea Ann ...
Asked in Cats (Felines)
Why do cats have a spot above their eyes that has less hair?
Those are where the cat's scent glands are. When they rub their head on things, they are marking their scent. There are also scent glands at the base of their tail, which they will also rub on things. ...