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Have you ever wondered what your cat is really thinking?
A new Netflix documentary featuring cat experts from around the world answers your questions about our furry friend, the domestic cat.
Inside The Mind Of A Cat, which premiered on the streaming platform last week, offers a fascinating insight into what your cat might be thinking or feeling.
A new Netflix documentary featuring cat experts from around the world answers your questions about our furry friend, the domestic cat. Inside The Mind Of A Cat, which premiered on the streaming platform last week, offers a fascinating insight into what your cat might be thinking or feeling. Pictured are the Savitsky cats, quarter-finalists of America’s Got Talent in 2018, featured in the documentary
dr. Wailani Sung, a behaviorist at San Francisco University, said people share a “deep love” for animals, revealing the signs that a cat loves and trusts you.
The expert said: ‘The thing with cats is you have to make them trust you, you first offer a finger so they can do a nose touch because cats will do this to each other to express trust.
Signs Your Cat Loves You
Slow flashing: A sign of love and trust is when a cat blinks slowly, and when you give it back it’s like smiling at each other
Nose touch: Make a nose touch, because cats do this to each other to express trust
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“A hand coming down from above can frighten them, because their primal instinct tells them to be wary of predators from above.
“When a cat starts to like you, they sniff you. A sign of love and trust is when a cat blinks its eyes slowly, and when you put it back, it’s like smiling at each other.”
This documentary describes how cats make different sounds for different reasons, and how they meow at people because that’s how they get a response.
It was even revealed that cats “meow more around people than other cats” and that they are one of the few animals to have “domesticated themselves” and even evolved their purrs – often a sign that a cat is very happy. to match the frequency of a baby’s crying, which in turn makes us want to take care of them.
Just like humans, each cat has its own personality. If you practice the nose movement and blink slowly, the cat will see that you are speaking its ‘language’.
A “cat psychologist” Dr. Kristyn Vitale of Unity College, Maine, did a simple test to see if her house cat would prefer her over a stranger — and he did over time.
dr. Vitale said: “This test has been repeated so many times and it shows that cats have a preference and bond with their own owners.”
The animal behaviorist also tested whether her pet knew his own name, which he did, after random words we said on the speaker, the cat only responded when his name was called.
Other fascinating cat facts for owners and cat lovers were revealed in the hour-long film.
The show not only enters the mind of the cat but also details the cat’s unique physiology and reveals that your pet can run up to 30 mph and is one of the few animals in the world that uses 100 percent of their muscles when they jumping, which is where the old saying “a cat always lands on its feet” comes from.
Cat experts from around the world weigh your pet – and when tested in a running wheel, they can run up to 50 km/h
Cats will make a special spin in the air as they can react faster than a human, usually landing on their paws – this is where the phrase ‘a cat will always land on its paws’ comes from
Despite being domesticated, cats still have a wild side. According to the documentary, they have not evolved much from their ancient ancestors
Cats have always been seen as the antithesis of dogs when it comes to trainability, intelligence and even friendliness – experts at the show claim that this puts research on cats “15 years behind that of dogs.”
However, the documentary, which features the famous Ukrainian super-trained cats called the Savitskys, says that cats can be trained just as well as dogs, you just need to know how.
The Savitskys were quarter-finalists on America’s Got Talent in 2018, surprising the judges with a series of tricks, including one dubbed the “mission impossible,” which involved a Persian cat named Dasha clambering on a horizontal pole.
The cats were taught by their trainers, mother and daughter Svitlana and Maria.
The famous cats and their owners appeared in the documentary and said, ‘Yes, they have their attitude, but cats can be trained to do anything, just like dogs, you have to make friends with the cat first – you have to connect and a build a bond with them.’
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Scientific tests shown in the documentary show a cat’s ability to recognize its own name and choose its own owner other other objects or people
dr. Wailani Sung, a behaviorist at San Francisco University, said people share a “deep love” with animals, revealing the signs that a cat loves and trusts you.