Cats don’t talk, but even if they did, they wouldn’t bother saying anything to most people since they consider humans to be far beneath them. Rather than talk, cats often express their moods by the position of their tail.

Confident cats keep their tails high in the air while frightened or uncertain cats position their tails much lower. Be aware of a puffed out tail since that’s a sign of aggression. By deciphering the meaning of your cat’s tail, you can better communicate with your cat.

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