2023 Author: Alex Livingston | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Cats show their anus to their owner to show affection and trust. Cats communicate mainly through the tail and the body and by smelling each other's backside they are able to obtain all the information that is useful to them. We must therefore interpret it as a real declaration of love.
It will have happened to everyone to sit and watch TV, to read a book or simply to relax and at a certain point here comes our cat, jump in our arms and place his back right in front of our face.
Surely on the one hand it makes us smile, on the other we think it's not a very nice way, since we also consider it a not very hygienic place, and we ask ourselves the reason so do it.
To answer this question, let's first start by closely observing two common cats when they meet. What are they doing? you smell the private parts and especially the anus.
This in fact is a behavior that cats put in place for to communicate. We human beings, when we know a person, we shake hands and make the necessary introductions using verbal language. We then move on to look at the way in which he dressed, in which he combed his hair and also from that we can obtain some information useful to get to know him better.
Cats, on the other hand, make this sort of first acquaintance sniffing the backside (you can learn more about signs of affection here).
By adopting this behavior they are able to obtain useful information for recognition.
We know it sounds weird, but the cat is inviting us to smell it so we can relate to him. We can simply say that it is one of the signals that the cat shows towards us to show us all its love (you can learn more here demonstration love).
Attention then to don't scold him for this behavior. For him it is a sign of great affection and trust that he has towards us. By arguing with him we could cause an exacerbation of his affection towards us, making him feel bad I accept within the family. His frustration could also degenerate into rather destructive acts, such as scratching furniture, knocking over ornaments, vases, etc.
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