1. Check the tail
You will note that cats normally raise their tails from time to time. Sometimes, they can raise their tails as result of happiness or anger. If its tail is raised upward and curled at the end, it means that you cat is happy. It is important that you check the fur on the tail of your cat. If it jets out in different directions, your cat is likely to be either happy or threatened. Sometimes, your cat can vibrate its tail. This means that it is agitated and glad to see you. However, if its tail sticks straight up, you should be very careful. Your cat might be very aggressive and normally occurs during self-defense. This usually happens when your cat wants to fight another animal. You cat can also wag its tail from side to side. This shows that your cat wants to play. It can also indicate that your cat is angry. In this case, you should leave it alone. …show more content…
Check the eyes.
It is important that you check the eyes of your cat from time to time. Sometimes, you will find that your cat will have dilated pupils. This indicates a strong feelings, playfulness, fright or aggression. This mostly happens when you relocate to a new environment with your cat. It means that you cat is not familiar with the new environment. If your cat looks directly in the eye, it shows that your cat trusts you. It actually shows that it comfortable being around you. Sometimes, your cat will blink slowly. This shows that your cat is calm and feels