When dogs see you, they often wag their tails to show they’re happy, but if you have a cat, what does it mean when a cat wags its tail after seeing you? Although people think cats are aloof, they actually communicate a lot through their tails.
When cats wag their tail, it may not be a sign of affection but a sign of feeling irritated or agitated. Tails up high show confidence while tails down low may represent fear or uncertainty. By studying a cat’s tail, you can learn the secret language of cats.