Why shouldn't we look into cats eyes?
I just read something you wrote about not looking directly into a cats eyes. Could you tell me this is?
Thank you so much. I am trying to learn as much as I possibly can about cats seeing as I have 2 of my own and I feed the feral/stray outside cats on my street. I love all of them!
Answer by kate
looking directly into the eyes of any animal is seen by them as a threat and aggressive behaviour from you. When cats fight this is what they do to each other. You will notice that when a cat is trying to avoid a fight with another cat they will drop there eyes and look away, this i to tell the other cat that they are not threatening them.
best wishes kate
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