Cats they come in many breeds such as the Russian Blue, Persian , Siamese ,Savanna, Maine coon, American curl just to name a few.. It’s typical for a cat to sleep between 12-16 hours a day, but that’s not because they are lazy —as predators, cats need to conserve energy for high-intensity hunting activities. Which is something that all felines/cats do. And one of the most common habits or shall I call it impulse they have is wagging their tails! But why is this ?  Unlike their canine companions, cats often wag thier Tallis back and forth when they’re annoyed. … For instance, your cat may flick her tail if she wants you to stop petting her. She’s in the Process of Hunting. cats swoosh thier tails back and forth when they are in hunter mode as a way to mesmerize prey. But For starters, cats don’t simply wag their tails. How they wag, what their body looks like while wagging and when they wave their “fifth leg” all carry significant meaning. Decoding feline body language is a science with many unanswered questions. Let’s examine what we know about feline tail expressions and how it can help you be a better cat parent. Their are many reasons as to the why they wag their tails. Tail Greeting is one of them. When thier owner comes back home from a long day for instance the feline will wag thier tag as a greet. Tail fear so if your cat’s tail and spine is standing upright, called piloerection, watch out. Erect hairs along the back of a cat signal fear and defensive aggression. Which is another form of feline tail wagging Aggression as we may know some cats are aggressive. You can spot offensive aggression by a tail arched upwards at the base (near the body) and then curled down toward the legs. Pain wagging is another form. So which ever reason your cat wags their tails it’s all around feline Normalities and nothing that should be frittened over or questionable to scares. As known Cats are for the most part friendly creatures and are purrfect pets.

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