Get to Know Your Cat to Understand Cats Behavior
Trying to figure out the behavior of a cat can be a very difficult thing. This is, of course, because all a cat owner can do is speculate as to why a cats behavior is the way it is.
A classic example of this is when a cat is purring. Most people think that cats purr because they are happy or content. While this can be the case sometimes, they can also purr because they are injured or is distress. For the most part, however, when a cat is purring, it is a sign to humans that they are an approachable animal.
When cats want to greet each other, or when they want to greet their owners, they will often rub faces. Because they are not face to face with most humans, they will stand on their hind legs at times in an attempt to get face to face. Other cats will roll over on their backs and throw their legs in the air in an offering of saying hello.