Every cat has a unique personality, and some cats are more independent than others. And while most of us want our cats to cuddle with us and let us hold them, it’s not in every cat’s nature to show affection by snuggling up on a lap. But even if you cat is not a cuddler, she still has many ways to show you that she loves you. The Redlands Daily Facts recently published a list of 10 signs of feline affection – and some of them may surprise you!

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, Siena Lee-Tajiri explained how our cats can help us love ourselves more, on Monday, we celebrated Memorial Day, on Tuesday, we reviewed the amazing Cat Ladder, on Wednesday, we explained why dry pilling is uncomfortable and potentially dangerious, on Thursday, we introduced you to Basepaws’ new Whole Genome Sequencing test, and on Friday I featured one of my all time favorite cat books, The Fur Person.

Eusoh Community Pet Health Plan for Cats

Today’s video scores pretty high on the cuteness scale – enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

Cat Hammock Wall Mounted Cat Bed

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3 Comments on Mews and Nips: 10 Signs Your Cats Love You Even If They’re Not Lap Cats

  1. Jake is not a cuddler but; I can tell he loves us and he grins when he’s happy. Thanks for the info about the dry pilling. No one ever told me that before and I have been doing that for years. And Cashew doesn’t seem to mind the water that I squirt in his mouth after.

  2. Cats DO talk to each other. One of mine is outdoors more than in, and has a best friend, a neighbor’s cat, out there in our common “garden” area. They talk to each other. Not lot, but enough to say things like, ‘hey! don’t do that,’ and ‘where are you?’

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