I don't know if many of you have even reached the point of thinking about learning to speak the cat language. If not, maybe the time has come.
Cats communicate with us and with their peers through sounds, signals and marks that form a perfect code. If we focus on the sounds, the “language” formed mainly by the vocalizations that we know and stop to listen carefully, we will find hundreds of different sounds that make us ask ourselves the eternal question, what will he be saying?
Today we know that it is possible to learn the language of cats, the language of vocalizations. We achieve this based on the analysis of these sounds, doing a sonogram study and looking at details such as, for example, where does the emphasis on the MIAU, or the frequency of their purrs.
The vocalizations that the cat uses to communicate with its owner result from the reference he obtains by observing the behavior of his owner, the way in which he reacts when the cat emits a certain vocalization. Once our cat knows what frequency of meowing it must emit to achieve what is proposed, due to our reaction to hearing it, it will be recorded so that you can use it whenever you need it To use it with us.
According to studies carried out by M. Moelk, the objective of the cat can be "guessed" based on the intensity of pronunciation of the letters that form the MIAU.
A very marked "M" indicates an intense need for contact.A long "i" indicates pain, and even anguish, a long "a" demands the urgent need for somethingwhile a pronounced "Ou" is interpreted as frustration, like the failure when the cat has asked us something: there is a female nearby, she smells it, hears it, wants to leave and we don't open the door. In this way we can learn to understand what our cat wants by attending to his meows. We can also interpret other sounds that, despite sounding funny when transcribing them, are also part of their language and we can analyze them in sonograms, such as the “mhrm”, “purrr”, “aaaoaaa” that a mother emits when her pups demand attention and He wants to calm them down.
If you want to greet your fluffy like a cat, what you have to say is: chirrup. This animal uses it as a welcome sign to greet or welcome others, and mothers also use it when they return with their puppies, so it will surely be a detail that your friend will appreciate very much.
Attract your attention
To get his attention you can do two things: use human language using a tone of voice that gives you joy and happiness as for example and say for example: "Come, look what I have, run, run" and show him a can of wet feed open, or you can choose tell him several "miaou" in a row, marking the "m" a lot or extending the "a", as this will be interpreted as you urgently need something and you may go.
Play with your cat to learn to socialize
The kitties they learn their social relationship rules through play after two weeks of age. From 10-12 weeks the games clearly involve training for hunting and after 14 weeks young cats usually engage in social fights as learning for the moment they become adults.
Throughout this period the kittens learn when they are hurting their playmates and controlling reflexes such as bite or scratch. But many are separated from their mothers and siblings too soon and have not completed this learning process. In that case it is we, the new owners, who must teach them through the game to "behave" in society.
Ask him what he does
With a "Miaou" short, very brief, and in a very cheerful tone of voice, you can ask him what he does. He sure asks you every time he sees you working with the computer, reading a book, or ultimately, when you don't pay attention to him.
Finally, I leave you with a video of a cat talking with his human:
What games with my cat are suitable and which are not?
Toys should mimic the movements of a possible prey and keep our hands and feet away from the cat to avoid bites or scratches.
Most cat games are based on the same thing: train the hunting and food-seeking instinct. Well focused, the recreational activity allows us to improve the relationship with the cat and help him to give way to his cravings for activity, preventing him from stressing or directing his attention towards elements of the house with which we do not want him to play.
One of the things that cat owners often complain about is that they throw themselves against their hands or their feet, scratching and biting. How can this behavior be redirected? To begin, it is best to prevent it: you should never play with a kitten with your hands or feet, because you will associate them as one more toy. When he is little it is very funny that he takes us nibbles and grabs us with his nails ... but when he grows up he will do the same, because we have taught him, and it will no longer be so pleasant. One way to discourage him from biting and scratching is that when he does we remain still and quiet and slowly withdraw from his contact: he will see that the result of scratching and biting is not fun for him. Do not shout or make sudden movements, because that usually encourages them to continue with the “hunt”.
On the other hand, don't play with him by rolling him on his back, because his instinct can make him feel attacked and he will respond defending himself.
The ideal toys for a cat are those that mimic the movements of what would be its prey in nature, so that it can play to catch them, and keep our hands and feet away from the cat during the game: something tied at the end of a string or a long rod, light objects similar to feathers, etc.
Use of the game in very active cats
It would be to stimulate the cat with a mobile toy that we can handle without risk of scratches or bites (ropes or rods with something attractive at the end, which can “hunt”) and when the animal becomes too excited to leave it gently on the ground. As it stops moving, it is no longer so exciting and the animal calms down little by little, repeating this experience causes the cat to associate the end of the game with an excess of excitement and learn to contain itself gradually. In this way the periods of play can be extended and your relationship with him will be more pleasant for both of you every day.
An important observation: in certain cases this game-based therapy must be accompanied by medication that the veterinarian must prescribe. If your cat is too aggressive or elusive it is a good idea to seek the help of the professional.
Look at his tail
As with dogs, felines also communicate with the position and movement of their tail. Understanding these signals can help you understand the needs and desires of your pet.
The tail raised and curled indicates happiness. If it is frizzy, anxiety, and if it vibrates, emotion. If he keeps her crouched and hidden, she is scared and if her hair stands out straight, she is aggressive.
Look at his eyes
Looking your cat in the eye will help you establish a bond with him and understand his feelings. But be careful, a direct look without blinking could be interpreted as a challenge or an aggressive posture.
If he also looks you in the eye it means that he trusts you and feels comfortable, while if his pupils are dilated, he means he wants to play.
Look at other expressions of cats
If your cat rubs against you, in addition to wanting love, it is marking you as his property.
If he massages you with his legs, it means that he knows you, that he trusts you and is glad to be with you.
If he licks you, it means that you have reached the maximum level: he considers you part of his family, since this gesture is typical of a mother when she cleans her kittens.
Train nonverbal communication
Animals perfectly understand nonverbal communication.
For example, if you blink slowly while looking at him, you will be indicating that you want to caress him. But as we have already said, keeping a steady look indicates the opposite: aggressiveness.
If you want him to walk away, gently push him to learn what that gesture means. If what you want is to go to your side, put your hand to invite him to approach.
Never yell at him or use physical force to communicate with him. Not only will this deteriorate the relationship, but it will enhance their aggressiveness.
Understand your meows
All cat meows are not the same. If you observe their behavior while doing so you can differentiate different requests or protests.
The short meow is used as a standard greeting. Several meows in a row show emotion. A meow in a medium tone indicates a request, such as water or food. Longer one, a need or desire.
If the meow is low in tone, it may indicate a complaint, while if it is strong and serious it may refer to an urgent appeal.
Identify other sounds
Cats not only use meows to communicate, they also do it through purring or hissing.
Purrs are often associated with a feeling of joy, while the hiss indicates a threat of aggression.
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