Mews: 15 Shocking Truths Behind What Cat Behaviors Really Mean

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We came across this funny collection of Truths behind what cat behaviors really mean and just had to share it with you all!

















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123 thoughts on “Mews: 15 Shocking Truths Behind What Cat Behaviors Really Mean

  1. That hit home, especially the hug n bite. Maggie’s name at the shelter was Snap – as in Snap, Crackle, Pop. She had sisters ……….. and I had to have Snap ——– all teeth and claws.


        1. Or fangs in the case of Nubes! With her three paws her preferred weapon are the teeth haha. And it is so damn cute when she does her “I had enough cuddling now” Threatening but cute looking gentle bite XD. She somehow manages to look super angry but when stops short of biting just to tell you I had enough. 🙂 hehe

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  2. I always knew it!
    I had a cat that would always disappear at the same time each evening for about an hour. I said he had gone to communicate with his home planet.
    My husband asked me to please not say that in public.
    Who’s the crazy one now?

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  3. Thanks for visiting our site and following our adventures… Love this post, especially the “quivering butt” and “chirping at birds” truths – that’s our ship’s cat Bengie to a T.


    1. Haha. That is so true. Last night we thought Oliver snuck into our guest room (got someone over atm) and actually he just vanished into thin air waiting for us to open the door and sneak in!!!! Lol


  4. Ignore the Swami, Marc-André – he’s that polite to everyone (aren’t you, Swami Yesudas ?) 😀

    This is a piece of ridiculous fun, and I laughed like anything.
    In truth, if it’s true that my moggy’s occasionally biting me and drawing blood is merely play, I need to know why none of my other mogs has ever done this. Sighh …


  5. Cats are definitely their own selves and no amount of coaxing can change them.I think they just tolerate us humans, women more than men and if we didn’t feed them, could live without us. Thanks for stopping by my blog


  6. Reblogged this on Contrafactual and commented:
    Pickles and Hillary jump up on me when I sit on the reclining sofa (most photos are taken fro this vantage point) and immediately present their asses for inspection. I always figured they were so young when I rescued them (orphaned as they were) that they think I’m their mother.
    After reading this, follow up with “Speaking Cat” ( and Bottled Water (


    1. Hey there,

      Thank you so much for checking out my Blog and happy to hear you’d like to reblog content. 😀

      I am more than happy for any of the content to be used as long as a link points back to me. 🙂

      After all the internet is there to be shared! 😉


  7. When I was born, there was already a pair of Siamese in residence who had a preference for sleeping in the crib… I’ve never met a cat I didn’t love and am anxious for Pablo to move in when he is big enough to leave his mother. 😉

    Thank you for choosing to follow both of my blogs. :)) Léa

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          1. Merci beaucoup! I do have a few pieces that are about cats. No doubt when I once again have a kitty in residence they shall increase. Wasn’t that a fabulous cat in the photo? I found it at an art show in a village nearby and couldn’t resist… 😉
            Actually after our communications yesterday, I was inspired to write what I believe to be a short story about the cats I have known. I have no idea where it will go. C’est la vie!

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