Katz Tales: How a cat moves its tail says a lot about its feelings

A tail held high signifies a confident cat. — 123rf.com

Cats tails send a lot of signals about the inner cat's feelings but while some signals are fairly standard, others are personal quirks.

Generally speaking, a cat will stick their tail high up in the air when they're happy and confident. If that flagpole tail is quivering, it's likely a sign that they're super happy to see you. If cats were dogs, that would be the happy tail wag.

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