How the world’s cats make noises – Cats in their own language

FourFour2 The world’s most prolific cat-lover has finally taken his pet to the circus.

But he’s not alone in his quest to take his love of the animals to the next level.

Here’s how the world makes noise.


Cats are territorial.

Cats have an incredible sense of hearing, which is why they are so good at detecting other cats’ presence.

In a world where they live in a world full of other cats, the world will soon be overrun with loud noises, says animal behaviourist Michael Dutton.

He believes this is the reason cats love the sound of other animals.


Cats don’t need a lot of exercise.

While cats may be active, they do not need a great deal of exercise, Dutton says.

Cats spend their entire lives indoors, which means they do more than just sleep.

Exercise has become so popular in cat houses that Dutton has even started a cat cafe in New York.


Cats use their ears to detect danger.

In addition to being able to hear other animals’ calls, cats also have an amazing sense of smell.

As such, they can sense when danger is imminent, Duthons study found.

He says they are particularly good at tracking and escaping when they are threatened.

Cats also use their eyes to find food, which can be a huge advantage in the world of pets.


Cats love to play.

Cats can sense the temperature of other people’s homes, Dyson explains, and they also love to chase, play and climb.

They also have a good sense of direction, so they know where they are going and when.

Cats like to get around too, as they love to run and jump on other cats.


Cats eat lots of fruits and vegetables.

Duthos study found that cats are also big eaters, and that they are very happy when they find a good variety of food.

They love to hunt wild boar, wild fish and even squirrels.


Cats often have very strong feelings of attachment.

This is probably why they love being with people, says Dutton, because they feel that they belong to the family.

They feel very connected to each other, and it is this connection that makes them happy.


Cats live in big homes, with a lot to do.

In some cats, there is a lot more to a house than just food.

Cats in other species have evolved very well to live in small spaces.

For instance, some cats are good at climbing, while others like to run.

So they will often live in larger homes, where they can move about as much as they want.


Cats prefer to live with people.

Cats need a large family to live happily, and so the majority of their lives are spent in a large, large home.

The more people that live with them, the more the cats feel connected to their families.


Cats enjoy socialising.

Cats seem to like to be with other cats and will often spend a lot time playing together, Dutons research found.

Cats may even spend time in the same room as other cats to socialise.


Cats tend to eat more when they have food.

When food is available, cats tend to find ways to get it.

For example, if there is plenty of food available, they may try to grab a large bite of food, as Dutton believes this will help them feel connected.


Cats will have a lot on their plate when they go into labour.

Dutton explains that they will also take in plenty of air when they give birth.

Cats do not like to take long breaks.

They may also start to panic at the thought of their babies running away, Dottos study also found.


Cats thrive in high-stress environments.

Cats cannot live in the cold or wet, so the need for water and oxygen to stay alive is immense.

Dottons research also showed that cats thrive in very stressful environments such as indoor cat houses, where water is scarce.


Cats dislike to be left alone.

They often want to play and chase their favourite toys.

They will also try to escape if they are frightened.


Cats sometimes suffer from anorexia.

When they are in a state of starvation, they will take in huge amounts of food to survive.

Dutos research also found that cat owners who have anorexic symptoms are also more likely to have a cat.


Cats make their own noise.

Cats only need to hear to hear the sound that is made by other animals in order to sense danger.

They can also make their voices sound like other animals when they need to alert their owners.


Cats crave companionship.

Cats naturally seek out people and play with them in order, as well as to keep themselves company.

Cats feel like they belong in the family, and this is why people often think that cats like being with other people, Duttons study also showed.