Cats are good at telling you want they want either vocally or with their bodies. So understanding your kitten’s body language is easy.
You can hear distinctive “meows” from your kitten as your kitten grows up. Low-pitched meows usually indicate you kitten is unhappy about something. High-pitched meows mean she become happy, while repeated high-pitched meows mean that she wants your attention them or maybe she thinks it’s time for her favorite food. Have several practice you will know the meaning of each behaviors. What is interesting is that meows are specialized for humans, so listen carefully that she is talking to you.
Purring means you kitten is content about something despite it contains some unhappiness meanings. A sick or anxious cat sometimes purrs as a comfort. If you kitten is rubbing against you and purring loudly, it’s a sign of affection or she is hungry for her food.
Hisses and growls
If you’re hearing Hisses and growls, you can find a frightened little kitten. It seems that she’s trying to puff herself up to make frightening sound to protect herself.
When your kitten rubs her face up against you, it means she feels comfortable with your or she likes you.
If your kitten rolls over onto her back, she wants to show her obedience and trust on you. Additionally she also calls for attention. And when she hops onto your lap and snuggles down quietly, it means that she has found a new environment to have a rest.
Pricked ears show your kitten’s interest in her surrounding environment. Ears held erect and inclined forward, which means she feel relaxed and friendly. But when a cat’s ears go down, f it’s a sign of aggression and anger; usually this is done to keep them out of the eruption of fight.