Want to get you cat to like you more? Good luck. No matter how much you may feed, care, and protect your cat, your cat can likely turn on you at any moment and leave all sense of loyalty far behind. Since cats can’t talk (and if they did, they probably wouldn’t waste their breathe on talking to mere humans), you have to watch their body language.

Cats generally don’t like to be stared at and they’ll flick their tail around if they’re starting to get annoyed. By watching a cat’s body language, you can do your best to interpret your cat’s mood, which basically means you’ll be wrong most of the time anyway, but have fun trying.

To learn more about how to read your cat’s body language to sense when it might actually like you, click here.

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