Our animals are much more than mere accessories or furniture in the house. They can even be part of the family. And like all other family members, cats know how to communicate. They do it just in a way that we don’t always understand. But there is a way to understand them. The secret is to look at their tail
Tail pointed straight up
This means the cat feels safe and confident. It’s even a way to show you that he’s calm and happy. He’s a perfectly peaceful cat.
Tail wrapped under the body
This position of cat’s tail shows that he’s terrified and shot. There is something near that scares him and he suffers a lot.
Tail a little low and bristling
A cat bristles its tail to make it look bigger when faced with a threat. In this case, it will usually bow the back and open wide his eyes.
Tail is low and straight
This cat’s tail position tells that is unsure of the situation. He’s cautious and alert and may react violently. In some breeds, this may be a sign of a willingness to play.
Tail curved and vertical
The tail can sometimes take the form of a question mark. It’s the sign of a curious cat that explores, but in a playful and joyful way.
Tail moves from side to side
If your cat moves the tail horizontally above the ground, it means that its attention is focused 100% on a toy or other object. He’s probably about to jump on it.
Tail moves from the bottom up
If tail movement is vertical, as if it wanted to hit the ground, your cat is tense, irritated or frightened. In most cases, it will be ready to attack or react violently.
If the cat wraps its tail around something or someone
It basically means the same thing as wrapping a person or an object with own body. This means that the cat is perfectly comfortable with this person or object. It’s a mark of trust and affection, all the ingredients of a wonderful friendship.