6 Ways That Cats Talk With Their Tales:
1. Vertical Tail
He likes you - maybe. If his tail is completely straight, the cat is thrilled to see you, but a tip tilted into the shape of a question mark says the verdict on your character is still out.
2. Soft Curves
He's interested. The curious cat carries his tail just slightly raised and curved outward.
3. A Lowered Tail
He's not taking any chances. If his tail is lowered and fluffed out, this cat's afraid. In surrender, he tucks his tail between his hind legs.
4. A Twitching Tip
The cat is miffed. This tiny tail gesture means he's mildly irritated. Don't bug him.
5. A Wagging Tale
He's weighing his options. You may shift from foot to foot when you're making a decision: a cat wags his tail. Look out when it whips up speed: he's probably really angry.
6. An Arched, Bristled Tail
He's all set to duke it out. The angry cat bristles his coat to scare off enemies. He may take a swipe at you if you try to interfere.
Source: Pet Care Report. Copyright 1991, Whittle Communications L.P.
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