Animal Medicine: Cat

Published on November 13, 2012 by Amy

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Cat Playing with Feather
Cat Playing with Feather

I definitely consider myself “Cat People” simply because I Love and enjoy cats. They are highly independent and can take of themselves, not to mention they are not emotionally dependent on you. This isn’t to say that some cats can’t be emotionally hungry because I once had a cat that was very needy of affection and attention. She was a Cancer Persian cat and looked just like the picture to the right. See Cat Sun Signs here.

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Cat Medicine is not as distant and aloof as they often portrayed. They are sociable little creatures that will let you know they like or dislike you right from the start. If you give them a reason not to like you, then of course, they won’t.

Cat Medicine is also very sensual and has body language that will tell you exactly what they want. Cat Medicine will fall into submission on its side, it will relax and sprawl out usually when it sees you, it will knead you in content and it will press its face up against you marking its territory with its scent. This is all part of their sensuality and intimacy. Even though they are not emotionally dependent they are certainly willing to reveal their emotions. Usually when Cat Medicine slaps with their paw or waves their tail wide in the air, it is almost as if they saying, “I’m done with you.”

When Cat Medicine crosses your path, it is important to watch the body language that they are showing you because this could be a direct reflection of a behavior you need to adopt or in the case of the slapping paw or waving tail, a behavior you need to release.

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