Happy Cats: How To Tell If They'Re Happy Or Unhappy
Vocal kitties tell you all about it and engage in long drawn out conversations. Kitty chortles and trills are a very good indication of cat happiness. Quiet cats can express happiness with silence. They also vocalize more to express unhappiness. While purrs aren't always happy, for the most part, they are an indication of feline contentment. There are many eye, ear, fur, and body positions that indicate upset cat feelings or contentment . The eye-blink in response to your gaze from across the room is a happy cat signal. Sudden dilation of the eyes may indicate happiness. Cats who feel good keep themselves well-groomed. Poor grooming is a sign of unhappiness, illness, or injury. Happy cats have healthy appetite. If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately. Always consult your pet's veterinary doctor, as they have examined your pet and know the pet's health history and can make best recommendations. . . .