Cats stare—why? Understanding your feline's behavior

Cats stare to communicate with their owners or other cats.

Staring can be a sign of affection or a request for attention.

Cats may stare to assert dominance or show aggression.

Staring can also be a sign of fear or anxiety.


Some cats stare at prey or objects they find interesting.

Cats have a natural instinct to observe their surroundings.

Staring can be a way for cats to gather information and assess potential threats.

If your cat's staring behavior changes suddenly, it may be a sign of an underlying health issue.

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