What do cats think about?
We know that cats are highly intelligent , but what is exactly going on in their brains. Well, it turns out, a lot is going on inside their head. Cats have alot more cognitive skills than we expect, so their brains are very active. While scientists can't say everything going on in our cat's head, I collected some of the most interesting cat research that explains what your cat is likely thinking about.
Are cat emotions like human emotions?
Cats obviously know humans bigger than them, but they don't seem to have adapted their social behavior much. When a cat puts their tails up in the air, rubbing around our legs, and sitting beside us and grooming us are exactly what cats do to each other.
Our Feline Friends think they’re better than humans because they don’t see the difference like we see. That’s why cats endeavor be the masters of the house and they usually suceeed in being the boss of their owner. Felines treat treat their owner just like they would other cats, but still showing respect.
Even though your cat may not always show it, but your feline often thinks about you. Have you ever noticed your cat staring at you all the time, because they’re watching you and trying to bond with their owner.
Feline spend a lot of time thinking and watching their owners emotional state, which says a lot about the Feline emotions. Cats can gauge and interpret our feelings decide how we’re going to respond to them. They also watch and listen to figure out what you’re going to do when you might get food for them. Cats are extremely attached to their owner. Felines interact more with their owner than they do with strangers. The more interaction you have with your cat you’ll start understanding what your cat is thinking about. The more you understand your cats emotions the stronger your bond will be.