Feline Physics Law
Law of Cat Obstruction
A cat must lay on the floor in such a position to obstruct the maximum amount of human foot traffic.
You may regret you learned this cat body language as it may change your relationship with your sweet kitty.
We cats do the "sleepy type" yawn, just as humans do, but we turn our head well away from other cats and humans when we do it. However, we cats have a body language yawn with special meaning. Below I will explain and demonstrate the special "in-your-face" type of yawn we cats may use on anyone when it is appropriate.
The "in-your-face" type cat yawn started with mother cats' silent body language telling their kittens to go away and give mom a break. It is still used by both wild and domestic cats today, and it means the same thing it did a million years ago: "Get out of my face!" Don't take it personally.
"In-Your-Face" Yawn Body Language:1. The human companion approaches face of resting cat and says loving and kind words.
2. If the cat does not want to be bothered, the cat responds with this cat body language: First the eyes close and the whiskers come forward. This increases the cat's personal space directly in front - between cat and human.
"You are approaching into my peaceful space and I don't want you here right now. I don't want to see you."
Leave peacefully. I can be very dangerous.
See these sharp teeth?
You better get out of my space right now or you will feel them!
4. The cat's body language message is over and the wise intruder should leave immediately.
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