Cats don't speak English and other human languages, but they use a language that people from any country can understand. It's the body language. You may have noticed that your cat has different facial expressions depending on its ...
veanova I've lived with cats since I was born, minus the last three years since I've moved to Oslo to get a master's degree in architecture.. so that's 20 years I suppose! My girlfriend and I moved together recently, and she lived with three friends and a ...
Syl Nice... I better read this article. I've never really understood their behavior and body language, which sometimes makes grown up cats a little bit "scary" to me.
guinn100 You have to understand cats to really love them! They sit, showing their tail side to tell you to come to them, they like it when you pet them, some bite you, but only to tell you they want more petting!
guinn100 Hey this is Lina!! I have a yorkie, rat terrier, and two cats.
Looking for:A relationship, Networking
Ruslana Hey Lina, welcome to MySmelly! Could we see more pics of your pets?