Many people believe that it’s impossible to communicate with a cat despite a cat’s behavior such as purring, rubbing against your leg, or clawing your eyes out if you forget to feed it breakfast one morning. However, scientists believe it is possible to talk to a  cat, but most humans (especially non-cat lovers) are imply too stupid to understand it.

“I think the short answer is, it’s not as easy as learning to speak dog,” says John Bradshaw, author of “Cat Sense” and co-author of an upcoming book on feline training.

Apparently most cat communication is nonverbal, which means trying to decipher the meaning like a man trying too interpret a woman’s cryptic communications. By learning to communicate with your cat in nonverbal ways, you might find yourself having more to discuss with your cat than you could ever do with any of your relatives or co-workers.

To read more about how you might be able to learn to talk to your cat, click here.

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