14 Angry Cats Who Want Your Attention Right Meow

  • By Admin
  • October 8, 2020
  • 4 minutes read

Cats have learned to integrate themselves into human society using many unusual tricks. A lot of people think that cats are unable to express love or just choose not to, and therefore are not proper pets, but rather house guests who tolerate you sometimes. That’s not entirely true, and most of these misconceptions come from people who have dogs, and there’s a huge difference between comparing cats and dogs.

First and foremost, the domestication of dogs was done through forced breeding. We chose the kinds of dogs who were kind of nice to us, bred them, and their offsprings were nicer, and we continued this until we have the loyal lapdogs of today. Conversely, cats weren’t bred for human affection and loyalty. They naturally evolved to become more accustomed to human company because we would care for them, and they, in turn, would care for our pests. Namely, rats, which were a huge problem in medieval times.

#1 Grouchy

There’s a whole science behind feline affection!

Cats are very subtle animals. But this does not necessarily mean they don’t love their owners or never show it. There are many different ways they show how much they love their owners. Being a cat lover myself, I can certainly vouch for this because I’m certain my cat loves me. So what are the different ways cats show affection?

#2 Yell


Purring. This is one of the most obvious and common ways your cat to express his love and affection. Cats have this little motor inside their throat, which starts to vibrate when they are feeling relaxed or enjoying something — for example, when you are stroking them, especially in areas they love (behind the ear, under this chin). It should also be noted that purring can also mean your cat is in pain. It is important to recognize the difference, although it should be obvious when your cat is purring due to you stroking her and petting her. If you feel your cat is in some sort of pain and is purring, then you should go to the vet.

#3 Blue eyes


#4 Grass is evil!

#5 Grump

Grooming you. Yes, that’s right. Cat grooming is not just reserved for themselves or other cats they feel comfortable around. Your cat will lick you to show their affection by mingling their scent with yours. This behavior helps them feel relaxed, shows trust and also builds a community scent that is important to recognize in their family and humans.

#6 No.

#7 Pebbles are mine!


Slowly blinking at you. Have you ever noticed your cat just sitting there, slowly blinking at you? This is a good indicator that your cat trusts you and enjoys your company. This is called cat kisses and can also be reciprocated. Next time your cat slowly blinks at you, do the same back to show that you trust your cat, and give your cat a cat kiss, too.

#8 Stare

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#9 Roar!


#10 Squint

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Showing their belly to you. When children throw themselves to the ground and roll around in front of you, that might be a tantrum. But when your cat does this, they are simply showing you they are happy to see you. It also is a way of saying to you, “I trust you,” because they feel safe and comfortable around you, this gesture can be the warmest compliment a cat can give to their owner.

#11 Little tiger

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#12 Watermelons


#13 Wet


#14 Nap was interrupted

What about you? Did these kittens get all your attention meow or not? Tell us about it!

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