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PostSubject: ~~~Language~~~   Wed Dec 17, 2014 6:54 am

A sharp flick and an agitated expression usually means the cat is annoyed, irritated, or impatient.[3]

A bristle and a sharp flick of your tail usually means "Get over here now! I'm angry with you!"[source?]

A flick and jerking your head in a certain direction means "Meet me to the bushes at your left" or "Sneak out of camp with me through the
brambles to the right."[source?]

If you call out to someone and their back is to you, they can flick their tail to show that they've heard.[4]

Sticking your tail straight up in the air and flicking it sharply down means "Sit!"[source?]

An eye-roll and a flick of the tail means "Whatever."[source?]

A mrrow of laughter and a flick of a tail means "That was a good joke."[source?]

Saying, "Oh, fox-dung, I gotta go!" and flicking your tail means "Sorry! Talk to you later?" or "Yikes! I've gotta go use the dirtplace!"[source?]

Flicking your tail at a she-cat's belly and smiling means "She's expecting kits!"[source?]

Flicking your tail at someone and making a face means "What is wrong with him/her?"[source?]

A sharp flick of your tail during battle can mean two things; it can mean "Attack!" or "Help me!"[source?]

A shrug followed by a tail flick: "Oh well."[source?]

Putting a tail over another cat's mouth means "Shut up, mouse-brain!" when the flick/movement is sharp or "Please, quiet" when the cat is
talking too much.[5]

A flick in a certain direction can emphasize that they've got to go or look there.[6]

A normal flick can just be caused in amusement.[7]

A tail flick can be a way to vent anger or rage.[8]

Sometimes a cat can flick their tail when about to say something funny or sarcastic.[9]

A tail flick can also be executed in an arrogant, conceited, or contemptuous manner.[10]

Anxiety is another feeling that can trigger stiff tail flicks.[11]

Though many tail flicks occur in rash emotions, the tail can also be flicked happily.[12]

A tail flick can mean that the cat is bored.[13]

The tail can be flicked playfully on another cat's muzzle.[14]

A flick executed in the air can change the direction the cat will land.[15]

The need to protect can also be demonstrated by a tail flick.[16]

A cat may flick his/her tail to prompt something.[17]

The tail can be flicked in a proud manner.[18]

A cat may also flick their tail when about to give them a lecture on what is right.[19]

Eagerness can cause tail flicks as well.[20]

A tail flicking one way, then the other is used when one is to surround a cat with others.[21]
There are several other motions that can be done with the tail. Listed below are some different situations:

Stroking another cat's spine or shoulder with the tail is a sign of affection or sympathy.[22] Stroking on the cheek has the same meaning.[23]

Lashing their own tail usually happens in times of anger.[24] However, this can also be a sign of excitement.[25]

Wrapping their tail around another cat shows affection or the need to protect. Mother cats often wrap their tail around their kit(s).[26]The tail can also be used to beckon another cat.[27]

The tail can also show different emotions; a drooped tail, for instance, usually means the cat is sad.[28]

When first starting to hunt, it is instinct to swish their tail, but in order to catch prey properly, the tail must be kept still.[29]

Swishing their tail can mean that the cat is very excited and ecstatic.[30] It can also be a sign of commencing an action[31] or contemplating an important decision.[32]

Lifting their tail up is a form of composure, just as we humans sit up to recompose ourselves.[33]

The tail can be used to brush another cat away if they're not wanted.[34] However, it can also be used for the opposite: to beckon a cat closer.[35]

When a cat cares for another cat, he/she can smooth their fur with the brush of the tail.[36]

A cat can whisk their tail when being conceited to show that they know everything.[37]

Twitching their tail can be a sign that they are skeptical about something.[38]

Crossly whipping their tail is a demonstration of anger.[39]

● Touching noses - “I like you!”

● Lick on the cheek - “I really like you.”

● Lick on the ear - Comforting.

● Lick on forehead - “I love you!” / “Will you be my mate?”

● Brushing tail on back or flank - Calming.

● Lick under/on belly - “I want kits.”

● Touching nose to cheek - “I’m happy for you” / Comforting.

● Nuzzle - Comfort / “You’re hilarious!” (The second is for mates)

● Touch nose to cheek - “I’m glad you’re here.” (For lovers)

● Lick own chest fur - To hide embarrassment.

● Lick on the shoulder - Respect.

● Lick on the tail - “Will you be my mate?”

● Lick on the paw - “You are my friend!”

● Lick below the chin - “I want you forever!”

● Lick on the nose - “Do you want to play?”

● Rubs tail anywhere - Flirty, comforting or curious.

● Rubbing against you - “I like you.” / “Don’t worry.” / “I love you.”

● Licking constantly - Cleaning.

● Flat ears - “Back off!”

● Bares teeth - “Get away from me!"

● Lunging at you - “Back off now!”

● Roll on your back - “You are stronger than me, I respect you.”

● Tail tucked - Scared.

● Growling/Hissing/Spitting - Angry or accenting
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