3. She Gives You Love Bites
Cat loving isn’t always easy to distinguish, but the lightest version of cat love is a gentle bite. Love bites show cats giving their owners affection in the same way they would their fellow furry friends. They might even do it when playtime ends or when you’ve been away for a while! If your cat lightly nibbles or nips at your hand, then it’s mostly likely a sign of love. On the other hand, if your kitty bites too hard for comfort, then she might be communicating something else (like hunger!). So take note of how hard she’s biting and make sure you’re able to give her what she needs!
4. She Shows You Her Fluffy Tummy
When a cat shows its tummy it is a sign of trust. It doesn’t come lightly; this honest act of vulnerability requires carefully cultivated bonds. This is the price for the most precious gift cats can give us: cuddles! Showing their stomachs means that cats are confident enough to accept our affection, so take it graciously and return the gesture with gentle stroking and care. It wears down any walls cats have built until they feel comfortable releasing their inner kitten to bask in our loving attention.
Cats communicate their emotions in many ways, one of which is showing their tummy when they feel safe and protected. This sweet gesture is usually accompanied by purring and other signs of contentment. It could mean she really loves you or that she just wants to show how happy she is in your company.
In some cases, cats will even roll around while exposing their bellies, hoping that you’ll pick up on the signal and give her some attention with a good petting session. Bear in mind, however, that you’re taking a risk: it could turn out to be a mischievous ruse!
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