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Research Says You Can Bond With Your Cat By Blinking Slowly

Narrowing your eyes is the feline version of smiling and it can communicate happiness to your cat

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Dog people are used to their pets greeting them lavishly when they walk in the door. Cats however, tend to be more standoffish, and often won’t approach new people or sometimes even those they know…

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Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

I write about behavioral health & other topics. I’m Managing Editor (Serials, Novellas) for LVP Press. See my other articles: https://hubpages.com/@nataliefrank

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