• we read online that when
you slow blink at your cat
that thats how you tell them
you love them
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    • Cats squint to show they're comfortable and happy. If they do it around you a lot, they probably love you. Doing this around your cat is an easy way to communicate with them and they often will do it back.
      _Better 25 jun
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    • slow blink, eating with their back turned to you, sleeping with you, cleaning you, rubbing their faces against you, showing their butthole, all signs of trust.
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    • Closing ones eyes is a sign of trust in many parts of the animal kingdom. When they see you slowly close your eyes you are showing that you feel safe around them which is one of the highest forms of love one can obtain in the animal kingdom.
      gambit201 25 jun
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    • dizzer 25 jun
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    • I'mma do that with a big cat at the zoo now
      Waitress 25 jun
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    • My cat just walked me to his food bowl. Guess he wants me to prove it or something
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    • I’ll wink at my dog randomly and she’ll do it back sometimes actually, kinda cool
      gbaby5 25 jun
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    • Shame, my cat does it back
      Owly 25 jun
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    • Closing a cats eyes gets rid of it’s biggest defence when they do that it showing they trust you and don’t need to defend themselves that’s what you’re telling your cat
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    • That's cool but how do I change the color of my campfire
      bot11287 25 jun
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    • spudnik_ 25 jun
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    • haha
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    • People at the vet wonder why I’m so good with the feral cats. If you know how to speak cat you can help heal any one of them.
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    • He’s saying “ok”. 😆
      suze1 26 jun
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    • I did this four times in a row with my cat I had no idea. This is so cute
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    • I'm allergic to cats, but I remember this one that showed up in my backyard a couple years ago and we vibed immediately. Homie hit me with the slow blinks, the nuzzles, headbutting my hand. It was fire. I sneezed all night
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    • Well my family’s pet parrot yells SHUT THE FUCK UP in a Greek accent
      bad_benz 26 jun
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    • I’m gonna go do that rn. My kitty is in my pfp
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    • Comment to come back with sound
      Cacaonut 25 jun
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    • Another way to tell if a cat loves you/trusts you is they show their belly. Doing this is not an invitation to belly rub, rather it's an expression of love and trust. Pet the cat's head to accept. Touching belly is perceived as betrayal often, as they expose their most valuable area to you.
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    • Cat: “fuck off”
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    • Hey i recently beat cancer can i see you boobs? Dm me :D
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    • When they slow blink, isn't that a sign that they trust you?
      Cheetah02 25 jun
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    • Means they feel relaxed enough around you and they feel they don’t need to keep their guard up.It’s a sign they feel comfortable and safe around you.It’s the sweetest thing to have this kind of relationship with your kitty.I used to do that back to my cat that I had a while back.She was a happy cat.
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    • Did the cats tell us that?
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    • “Thank”
      Krabby 25 jun
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    • My cat of 16 years always used to slow blink at each other and it actually felt like we were communicating. She passed away August last year and I miss her 😢
      AliBlaBla 25 jun
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    • Yeah, read this so you also know it. Drinking mercury is good for you and tastes good.
      Heron 26 jun
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    • Maybe I do want a cat...
      NHVEAE 26 jun
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    • Oh that’s fuckin adorable. I’m doing that to the next cat I see.
      MsCarolyn 27 jun
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    • Big ass shark
      Boat_Man 25 jun
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    • My cat falls asleep on me and with me every night and it makes me feel so loved
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    • Is there one for dogs?
      MLGtbone 25 jun
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    • My 18 year old cat just died yesterday 😢
      mlssk 25 jun
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    • My gf calls that a "kitty kiss" and sometimes we do that to eachother to quietly tell eachother i love you from across the room
      Fr0gg 25 jun
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    • Slow blinking in cats is when they trust you completely or feel secure or they are showing affection. I took a cat behavior and training class when I went to school for vet assistance because i have an extream obsession of cats......
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    • if cats let you rub their bellies it also means they love you cuz they let themselves be vulnerable
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    • cool fish
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    • My cat and I just wink back and forth
      holeyfook 25 jun
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    • I’d fast blink because cats are assholes.
      TheCake 25 jun
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    • It's the best feeling when they do it back
      _nxss 25 jun
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    • I did this with my cat and got attacked
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    • There was some cat whisperer show where he said this stuff, and no joke, Everytime I come home and my cat is at the door, I give him a slow blink and he gives one back and then we cuddle. It's real people lol
      ryderroo 25 jun
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    • It’s actually more like “I trust you”
      OB1Kenobi 25 jun
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    • He didn’t do it back...
      nazpoato 25 jun
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    • I'm not sure if this is the reason but I am pretty sure that when cats close their eyes around you it means they trust you so you doing the same probably tells them that
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    • Cleaning their litter box and supplying them food with clean water will suffice
      RAHKIT 27 jun
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    • I read it in a cat book too. Must be true
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    • Staring directly at your cat is very intimidating for them
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    • It's a vulnerability thing. Cats closing their eyes around you show they arnt on the alert because they trust you
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    • I do that so much to my cat and now I do it to everything
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    • So thats why my cat closes his eyes for like 2 seconds around me. Seems legit.
      Naruxma 27 jun
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    • Aww I love cats
      JennaMac 26 jun
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    • Oh look at all the people that googled this and are now animal kingdom experts...
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    • You slow blink to your cat to say "I love you", cat meows back "I know"
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    • My cat does that a lot I never knew what it meant
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    • If a cat slow-blinks or winks at you, its not just love because they show that emotion in other ways too. It actually means they trust you with their life.
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    • Also winking
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    • Technically it’s just a natural signifier of being calm and restful, but if you want to put it like that sure
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    • My cats do this back every single time. They know that they are loved.
      Umph 26 jun
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    • if a cat does it to you it means that theyre willing to go basically defenceless around you and trust you
      bigguy69 26 jun
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    • Me and my cat do it back and forth all the time
      sorethumb 26 jun
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    • If your cat looks like it snorted 12 lines of coke, then it may not trust you
      skiMilk 26 jun
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    • Do cats have vaginas?
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    • True! I did this with my cat, and Mufasa would slow blink back. Another fact: Cats have high risk of heart failure. Having their hearts checked, starting around age 6, is a preventative measure to have your feline friend around for years to come!
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    • If you’re ever petting a male cat and he stands up in your lap and puts his but in your face. He’s marking you.
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    • Really? I read that it’s you submitting to your cat
      asanmo 25 jun
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    • Slow blinking at them shows affection and trust. Same if they do it to you.
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    • Didn't work for me
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    • Mow
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    • It’s just to show trust doesn’t mean you love them they are cats unloyal bastards
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    • False
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    • No it doesn’t. It just means you don’t think of them as prey in that instant. When cats hunt they stare wide eyed at their prey. But when they’re not hunting they just blink slow. Like so others can see
      Kraptr 25 jun
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    • Guys with cats, are not guys.
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    • My cat was feral. She's a cunt and won't let anybody near her besides my younger bro. It breaks my heart. She won't let anybody show her any affection, besides my brother.
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    • My cat is licking peanut butter off of my dick right now. Damn, this is not fun.
      Imall469 25 jun
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    • It's to show them you're not in the mood to fight.. Goddamn look things up.. Also when they look at you.. Look away for a sec then look back. That shows them you're not on edge Ave tertiary them not to attack you
      Brithael 28 jun
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    • I saw a dog whimpering like a human today and it broke my heart I’ll post it if I can
      MaddRapp 28 jun
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    • I brought in some feral cats one time and this is how I got them too trust me to get closer to them and eventually love on them. If you can get the cat to slow blink back, she trust you.
      FunkyJ94 28 jun
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    • This has the most likes I have ever seen on this app
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    • When a cat closes its eyes around you it means the cat trusts you. You can demonstrate mutual trust to the cat by also closing your eyes or trying to imitate their slow blinking
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    • You say Ily in their language and they say back in yours
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    • Ok i fixes it 👌
      Ratnarok 28 jun
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      Ratnarok 28 jun
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    • Haha 666th comment
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    • I kinda knew this. They'll slow blink whenever you cuddle with em good
      4champ 28 jun
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    • I love cats and dogs
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    • My cat fuckin loves me, but he always looks away like "no homo bro"
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      weirdbois 28 jun
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    • First, that was not a slow blink. Second, no it's not a sign for I love you, it's a sign of I trust you.
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