A cat exposes his belly when he sleeps on his back. Only a cat who completely trusts his human companions would assume this vulnerable position.
As you pet your cat’s head, she squints her eyes and stretches her head toward you. Your cat loves you—don’t question it! Squinting is a sign of contentment.
A cat’s tail can indicate his mood. If his tail is in the air and folded just at the tip, your cat is sending you a message of love.
A cat who feels secure and who is not in a watchful state assumes this position to rest or sleep. If your cat folds her paws under herself when you’re nearby, you’ll know you’re important to her.
Cats like to clean themselves, but they usually try to do so in private. If your cat cleans himself in front of you, and if he shows you his bum while he’s at it, it’s clear he loves you.
Cats can make different types of meowing sounds. Maybe you talk to your cat and she responds by meowing in different ways. This type of feline-human communication is evidence of the bond of love that exists between the two of you.
Your cat lives life to the fullest: he is energetic, playful, mischievous, and has a good appetite. This means he’s happy, and of course, you contribute to his sense of well-being.
When you pet your cat or while you take care of her, she purrs at you with a special sound that’s just for you. This is a sign that you hold a special place in your cat’s life, and she wants to let you know it.
You’re sitting in your armchair, at the kitchen table, or in your bed, and suddenly your cat jumps onto your lap. When he snuggles up to you like this, know that it’s proof of his love for you.
If you find your cat in a pile of clothes (even dirty laundry!) or under your bed covers, don’t be surprised—she loves you and is seeking out your scent. This is why she chooses to rest in a place where your scent is very present.