In most homesteads, there are pets from ‘chiwawas’ to those playful cats. But how many times have the pet owners invested into understanding their pets to the point of conversation? Many will say it is impossible, but do you know that you can have a chat with that cat in your house? Yes, you can as these are not just rumors since it has been tested and verified true. Cats are intelligent almost as humans and little concern about them will just get them talking. Yes, having a real conversation with that tiny animal and mailing life all enjoyable. In fact, cats have a lot to communicate, but the real challenge is that they do not have a verbal language as human do. This article tries to explain more on how to talk to cats.
Therefore, all that they have is those impressionable body languages such as eye contacts, and also characteristic sound to explain things. Hence, if a cat owner gets to understand these body languages, they are good to go with the conversation. It is not as simple as it may seem to communicate with a cat all the same but when acquired there is much fun into it. Many are the times that we ignore our pets, yet we are the ones who brought them to our houses and made them part of the family. It is so unfair therefore to have a member of the family who no one seems to even have the concern about. Can we learn to communicate with our cats, therefore, yes it is much possible.
Cats learn through our voices as they register every sound that is made. For example, if you want to punish a bad behavior in a cat chose words that will emphasize on the same. Through our intonation, the cat will understand our meaning. If a cat does a good thing, one can, therefore, reinforce by rewarding the cat. Hence, this becomes the beginning of learning. Repetition of the word intended to offer different meanings in a cat will assist in creating communication. Cats also can get irritated by the change in environment.
They can become stressed and worked up by the change in their surroundings. It, therefore, takes a cautious owner to notice the changes. Cats try to signal their owner through different basic things. They hence use many signals to get owners attention. For example, sounds such as meow, yowl, purr, snarl all have different meanings in a cat. Unlike humans, cats use different languages to communicate with each other. They then major on the sounds that seem to draw attention with humans and majors on them.
Body language is different with cats and changes with the situations in their surroundings. They twist the back and also use the bottle-brush tail. All these features have a different meaning, and it is advisable not to hold the cat at this time. They may be frightened and aggressive and may inflict pain. A happy and comfortable cat includes an upright tail and the way they walk mean to signify something different. Eye contact is also a signal with the cats; they change their looks with a different situation. It is therefore good to be cautious and interested in getting all these details so as to chat with your pet.