For those who love cats, speculating about cats is a lifelong compulsory course.
Although cats cannot speak language, they accidentally reveal the secrets of their mood through changes in their eyes, shape, ears, and tail swings.
In a previous blog post Why Do Cats Wag Their Tails, Lionpapa outlined why cats wag their tails. In this blog post, Lionpapa has collected 13 ways for cats to wag their tails. You can refer to your cat’s possible mood according to your cat’s corresponding movements.
Now let’s take a look at the cat tail language meanings of these representative behaviors, and become qualified cat owners together!
A. In a good mood:
1.Vertical tail wagging-
A common condition for cats, indicates peace of mind and that everything is under control.
2.Wagging its tail up and down sharply-
It shows that the cat is fascinated by something and is watching with relish.
3.Wagging the tail straight left and right-
When the cat’s tail swings left and right like a wiper, it indicates that the cat is very confident in patrolling the territory: “look, these are my territory!”
4.Wagging its tail rhythmically-
At this time, the cat tends to focus on something, and it has no idea that its tail is very rhythmic.
B. Strangers stay away from me:
5.The tail is blowing and wagging-
The cat is afraid of being threatened by the outside world.
It’s time for the cat owner to perform! Hurry up and show your superb stroking skills to calm the cat’s emotions.
6.The tail is wagging in a hilly shape-
At this time the cat is generally threatened by other creatures and will use this gesture to warn: don’t come near me!
C. Not very happy:
7.Wagging the tail up and down in a small range-
The meaning of this action is completely different from wagging the tail in a large range, which means that the cat is a little irritable and wants to sleep.