Welcome to my site about The Language of Cats
You and your cat might speak different languages, but you can still communicate with each other. Important clues such as the look in your cat’s eyes, the tone of their voice, the position of their ears and the motion of their tail can reveal their feelings and intentions.
The ONLY Guide you’ll need to REALLY understanding your cat through true-to-word language?
As cat lovers, do we really know and understand what our cats are saying between all the meows and purrs? I mean, our cat, Oscar does it all day long.
Meow and purr sounds are meaningful if you’re a cat, right? How could any human make any sense of it all anyway. I mean, a meow is a meow, right? And a purr is simply a purr in anyone’s mind, right!?
Well, you’d be surprised.
Taking care of Oscar, sometimes proves to be frustrating at times, and our language miscommunications can and does cause a lot of friction. He doesn’t make it easier for me, especially when I’m trying to figure out if he’s hungry or tired, angry or just energetic, he’s off in his own world not a care or regard for anything or anyone.
Let me introduce you to The Cat Language Bible™, a ‘true to form’ course that finally breaks the code between humans and our feline friends. This is something I can get my teeth into and have an honest, one-to-one, human-to-cat dialogue with Oscar.
This course conveys itself as a way to uniquely understand what your cat is trying to communicate with you – through its body language as well as actual cat sounds.
Perhaps I will be able to pen “The Secret Life of Oscar” with more secrets than he has lives, the prospect of knowing what Oscar was thinking, feeling, and sometimes plotting against me was immensely interesting.
What can I say, I love finding out what he’s been up to, and I wanted to know what Oscar actually thought about me as he made efforts to hide, stalk, or occasionally pounce on me whilst sleeping!
I really like this guide and it’s not pure text but it shows multiple shots of cats exhibiting different signs based on their behavior. For a book about language including the bodily variety, I think this is essential, and they delivered more than just a basic text description by actually showing cats in various emotional and communicative states.
When you think about it, all animals have certain reflexes that they adapt based on their environment. When scared, they recoil, just like humans do. When excited or fearful, they have different body mechanics to suit each situation.
The reason that you and me struggle with this is because there are slight variations that are hard for non-felines to detect. Just like when a human being furrows his eyebrow to show confusion or disdain, you really need to understand the subtleties that are on display when you look at a cat’s body as well.
The Cat Language Bible™ shows that critical nuance of behavior. It gives you that extra depth to really help you understand, decode and decipher the cat’s body language.
A cat’s meow, their screech, and their purrr are obviously different in meaning. I tend to think of them as “primary cat words”.
Cats focus more on tone to express different thoughts and emotions than humans do. The Cat Language Bible™, again breaks it down, highlighting differences between screeching tones with soft tones, as well as low, high, and medium pitches.
Obviously, every cat is different and you will need to establish a base for what is loud versus soft with your own feline. Even with Oscar being as unpretentious as he is, I didn’t find this to be an issue at all.
Are you a cat owner? Are you ready to get to know your cat in a different way? Do you want to understand your cat better? Then get The Cat Language Bible™. It teaches exactly what it says: the language of cat.
This is truly a guide you will want to have in your arsenal. It goes into great depth with clear picture examples, breakdowns of pitch and tone variations, and lessons on cat behaviors and their emotional states.
This guide also changed my understanding of Oscar’s true intelligence. It turns out that house cats have evolved to speak to us in ways that no other felines really have. Their language skills, although not quite matching our own, are highly sophisticated and nuanced.
The Cat Language Bible™ is an essential guide then, for understanding how cats think, show emotion, and even manipulate us at times based on their language, both in body and voice.
It’s time to talk cat. Watch author Jonas Jurgella’s FREE video presentation here.