My Funny Feline

Ever wonder why your feline roommate does the weird things that she does? Here's an expanded list of why our kitty friends act as odd as they do.

(page 9 of 25)

9

Twitching ears

Twitching Ears

Image source: Sara on Good Morning Kitten

When your cat's ears are twitching back and forth, they are expressing a feeling of anxiety or agitation. This action is to show whoever is irritating them to back off. If not, they may act on the anxiety by running away, hissing or swatting at the source.

Understanding your cat's nutritional needs >>

« PreviousContinue »

Tags:

Comments

Comments on "25 Random cat behaviors finally explained"

Jacob March 20, 2014 | 3:40 PM

Why she she she. It's an it. A cat can be a male or a female. Wth?

Rick March 20, 2014 | 2:15 PM

I have 2 questions. My cat greets me at the door and meows until I chase her down the hall saying "where's my girl, where's my girl), she jumps up on the bed and I kneel down to cuddle her. She almost literally cleans my face. ??? I can get her to talk at almost anytime ??? I have seen her do what I call rattley tail (at the base) ????

+ Add Comment


(required - not published)