Everybody who owns a pet knows how easy it is to get attached. And while you do familiarize yourself with a cat or a dog in no time at all, there are still no real way to communicate with it. You have to admit that people sometimes struggle to communicate with each other, and this is not about the language barrier. So the world of animals and humans is even harder. Nevertheless, it doesn’t mean that you should completely abandon the hope. There are ways that you can talk to your cat without speaking a single word. You might be wondering that it is impossible. But it is possible.
First of all, you should note that like every other creature out there, the cat will learn through experience. For example, if you respond to it by giving food when it makes a certain noise, expect that this behavior will occur in the future. You might’ve heard about Pavlov, who is famous for his experiments with dogs. That’s pretty much the same thing.
Since animals don’t talk, at least not in a way that we can understand them, sounds are perhaps the best when it comes trying to understand. And every noise you hear is more complicated than one might expect. A variety is there to express different feelings and thoughts.
Body language could also mean a lot of different things. Again, we can predict the behavior of our fellow humans by the way they express themselves not only verbally, but with the movement of their hands, head, etc.
Eyes, while part of a body, should be separated, since cats have one of the most expressive set of eyes of any creature. And while a different pet has different looks, you can still spend time studying the way they look at things or how they gaze after interacting with other people or animals.
One of the worst things that could happen would be losing your pet. Nevertheless, there are some ways to train it, so that it will return back home. This could also be considered a way of communication. Here are some steps to prevent this problem:
As you can see, it takes quite a lot of time until you talk to your cat. And even then, there is always a need to consistently observe until you see a pattern.