If you have a cat, you know they are very independent. They are not as sticky as dogs and you probably will not know if they are trying to express their emotions. It will be difficult to know what your cat feels for you, but it is likely that he will love you too.
10 behaviors that your cat adopts to show you that he loves you:
1. HEATS DEAD ANIMALS AT HOME AND THE PLACE NEAR YOUR FEET
2. LOOKING AT YOU
3. HE MIXES SOME PARTS OF YOUR BODY
4. HE RUNS HEAD AGAINST YOU
They have odoriferous glands on their cheeks and their heads. Whenever they try to rub on you, they mark you as a member of their family.
5. HE SHOWS HIS BELL
The belly is one of the most vulnerable parts of their body and when they are in this position, they can not normally defend themselves. The fact that they show it to you means that they trust you and are comfortable with you.
6. LOOK AT THE TAIL OF YOUR CAT
If you want to know what your cat feels you have to take a look at his tail. If your cat’s tail is high, it means your cat is happy. If your cat is in a loving mood, then you can expect his tail to envelop you.
7. YOUR SHORT CAT BETWEEN YOUR LEGS
Do you sometimes stumble because your cat has tried to pass between your legs several times? It’s a way for your cat to mark you with its scent. Again, this makes you a member of your cat’s family.
8. YOUR RONRON CHAT
There are different reasons why your cat purrs. There are times when this may indicate that your cat is extremely happy with your company, but there are also times when he purrs to feel better because he does not feel well. See what other signs and symptoms your cat has to know exactly what your cat is trying to say.
9. YOUR CAT ENDS YOUR SKIN
You can take this as a sign of aggression, but it’s not true at all. He shows you that he wants to groom you in the same way that a cat toilet his kittens. If your cat tries to groom you, it just means that he is affectionate towards you.
10. YOUR CAT FOLLOWS YOU WHEREVER YOU GO
Similar to the way dogs act, your cat may want to go to the same places you visit. This is the way your cat tells you he likes your company.
Do not get mad. Be rather flattered because cats do not follow everyone like dogs. It’s just a sign that they want to be with you.