4. Holding eye contact and sharing a soft blink
Don’t expect a cat to maintain a steady eye-to-eye stare with a visitor. Cats save eye contact for people they know and trust, jus like you. The bond is accented when she blinks softly at you. This is the equivalent of a kitty kiss. Respond by softly blinking back.
5. Turning on the purr power
This steady, rhythmic sound emitted when your cat inhales and exhales is often associated with contentment. But cats also purr when they need to self-calm or while nursing a litter; however, your cat saves the special full-bodied rumble as a smile directed to you. It is her way of saying, “I love you