Many people wonder when is the best time to approach a dog. Well, when you see one with an open mouth, a relaxed tail, and ears pointing straight up, that’s when.
When a dog is like this, it means they are in a neutral and relaxed state and they feel safe in their current environment. So if you want to get some cuddles in, this might be a good time!
They Do More Than Tweet
Just like people, birds use their voices for various purposes — warning others, protecting territory, socializing, attracting mates, and more.
When your winged friend is making one sound or another, it could be trying to interact with you! If you hear it whistling, singing, or talking, these are good signs indicating a happy bird. Depending on how much they enjoy company, they might even be louder if there are more people around.
Eye of the Cat
Getting a glimpse of your cat's eyes when fully dilated can be slightly spooky. Cats are usually on the prowl for prey when there's little light outside.
To ensure they find dinner, their pupils will expand to let as much light in as possible. If your kitty has big eyes during the day it may be a signal that it's in heat, or that it's feeling stressed. It's always a good idea to keep a (cat) eye out for dilation changes.
Leave your cat out of bath time! They hate getting their fur wet so it's understandable that they claw and jump to get away from a body of water.
Not only is bathing unnecessary, but it also gives their fur a strange texture and taste that won't be appreciated during the next grooming session. Soaking wet fur also weighs your cat down and makes them less agile. Let your cat handle its hygiene habits and you can stick to soaking in the tub.
There's a reason why a round back is named the "cat pose" in yoga. To get a good stretch after a long nap, kitties will often round their backs. Usually, though, a cat will round its back when it feels frightened or feels the need to defend its territory.
It's an effective way to make its body appear bigger and more threatening to ward off any potential danger. Mixed with hair standing up and a few hisses, your cat can transform itself into a formidable feline threat!