Why do I have so much love for my cat?
Research has proven that petting a cat causes a release of the “love hormone” in humans. The technical term for this neurochemical is oxytocin, a hormone that is released when people fall in love. Oxytocin has also been proven to increase your emotional perception!
Does my cat love me as much as I love him?
While it can be a bit difficult for humans to read a cat's emotions, if you know what to look for, it is easy to see that your cat loves you just as much as you love her. Though cats are more subtle about revealing their feelings than dogs, they still feel affection for their favorite humans.
Can a cat get mad at you?
Remember, while it's totally normal for your cat to get annoyed with you from time to time (you are roommates/best friends/confidants, after all), if it's happening frequently then it's good to do some sleuthing and try to get to the bottom of why they're feeling this way often.
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Why does my cat sit on my chest?
Cats can be territorial, and their owners may feel a bit like possessions or valuable resources. Your cat may lie on your chest as a way of saying "you are mine." Your cat's scent remains on you for other animals to detect.
Why does my cat grab my hand and hold it?
Cats mostly hold your hand because he or she adores you and wishes to express it. When cats want to be close but not touched, they may sometimes grab your hand to prevent you from stroking them.