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Understanding the Behavior of Our Animal-Person Companions

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To fully understand your animal-individual friends you need to know what’s normal for their kind and what’s not. Today we’ll explore the behavior of my friends from the dog- and cat-person kingdoms.

Individuals from the dog kingdom are regarded as man’s best friends and are, therefore, popular choices as companions. Since most humans are unable to verbally or telepathically communicate with their furry friends, they rely on the animal-people’s body language or sounds to understand their behavior.

When they’re happy, dog-people exhibit a relaxed posture while wagging their tails and holding their ears in a natural position. A playful bow with elbows on the ground and bottom raised is a common “Come play with me” posture, along with a high wagging tail, and a playful excited bark. At such times a dog companion’s face will radiate love and joy.

A worried dog-person will tuck his tail under his body, with his ears pulled back, and his head low. If lying down he might turn his head away, avoiding eye contact, with his ears back and licking his lips. Excessive barking, panting, pacing, and generally acting unsettled are behaviors to look for as they indicate stress.

Angry or uncertain dog-citizens will show the following behaviors. They’ll have a stiff posture, with ears upright, hair raised, eyes looking at you with enlarged pupils, and tails standing up and stiff. Or they’ll stand with their body weight toward the back, head tilted up, mouth tight with teeth showing, and ears pulled back, maybe even snarling. If cowering with ears flat, tail between the legs, and showing teeth, they are not happy.

Our most compassionate Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) has also mentioned that contrary to popular belief, people from the dog kingdom do not like to be hugged.

“(Somewhere it’s written that people should not hug their dog-people.) This is sensitive, of course, of course. Everybody hugs their dog-people when they love them. (Yes.) And when they come from work, they feel they need their love, they need their welcome. And it’s just instinct. (Yes. Exactly.) But the thing is, they have done some research and they found that many bacteria – E. coli and all that stuff, are carried in the paws of the dog-people going in the house. (Oh, wow.) […]

And also dog-people don’t really like hugging. The dog-people told me that. (Oh, really?) They also told some of the communicators that dogs don’t really like hugging. Most dogs don’t like hugging because they’re different from us. (Wow.) But even humans, not many humans like to be hugged. (Yes. That’s also true.) If you hug your dog-people, well you have to pay for the consequences then. Otherwise, try to wash them well. Wash their paws with warm water and dry them before they step into the house, and wipe them with a vinegar solution, like 40/60. 40% vinegar, 60% water and wipe where the dog-people walk. […] If you cannot leave your dog-people to sleep alone and you like to sleep with them, then you must do that. Otherwise, dogs don’t like to be hugged. (Right.) Their nature is to be always on the lookout.

Their nature is anxious. They look out for themselves. They don’t like to be confined – even in your warm embrace. They feel restricted and then they want to run. (Oh.) And if they have to control themselves not to run, with anxiety within their being, then after a while they feel sick. (Oh. Wow.) They might feel pain and aches in their joints or not well in their mental makeup, in their mental feeling every day. (Oh, wow. OK.) Maybe some dog-people are used to it. I’m not sure if all the dogs are the same or not. (OK, Master. Thank You.)”

Some types of dog-people have been gaining attention due to incidents that have made them seem dangerous. Canine-person behaviorist and training manager Mr. Rob Bays says, “Fundamentally, it’s about responsible pet ownership and educating yourself on the characteristics of your pet. The dog’s environment has a huge impact.” So, if your companion is aggressive find professional help, such as a private trainer or an animal-person behaviorist. He or she needs to be understood not condemned.

If you experience behavioral and/or stress-related problems with your dog-person companion you can learn tips and tricks from The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®(ASPCA®), the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), or your local animal-person trainer or behaviorist. A channel for your four-legged friends has been created called DogTV, which is available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Mexico. What a great idea!

Now we’ll look at the behavior of our feline friends. The beautiful citizens of the cat kingdom have highly developed senses, are agile and independent and have a large range of communications such as meows, purrs, growls, hisses, yowls, and trills. Let’s learn about the common body language used by our cat companions.

When you see a cat-person rolling on the floor, it could mean she’s inviting you to play or submitting to you. When you find your cat friend squinting at you, it means they’re happy! If they slowly close their eyes while looking at you this indicates they trust you. Tail sniffing is a very common behavior in cats, so when your cat person puts her behind toward you, it’s a way of saying “hallo.”

Sometimes, you may see cat-individuals curled up in their sleep; this position is meant to retain body heat when the environment is cold. Another common cat-person action is kneading. Experts believe that kneading is a trait left over from when they were kittens. This action on her breasts helps the mother produce milk. However, if your cat companion kneads compulsively, it can cause damage to their legs and paws. In such cases, a visit to your vet is advisable as your companion could be in pain or feel stressed.

Apart from paying attention to a cat-individual’s ear, nose, mouth, and body movements, tail movements are also an important indicator of their feelings. When a cat-person holds their tail high, they’re showing their contentment with the people in the room. A little curve at the tip means they’re very happy.

The opposite applies when the tail is low. This can be a sign of aggression, so it’s time to pay attention and find out what’s bothering them. Tucking the tail under the body means fear or submission because something is making them nervous. When this happens give your cat-friend some alone time.

A cat-individual will puff up their tail or whip it quickly back and forth if they’re angry or frightened, so when these behaviors emerge it’s best to give your furry friend some space and find the reason for their behavior. Sometimes you might see a cat-citizen swishing their tail slowly from side to side. This is their way of showing they’re focused on something such as waiting for food.

Have you ever wondered about the purpose of cat-people’s whiskers? These facial hairs play an important role in the lives of the people from the cat kingdom; they’re not just for decorative effect! Unlike human hair, the whiskers are connected to a cat-person’s nervous system. The tips have sensors called proprioceptors that send information to the brain. Our feline friends have a hard time seeing anything closer than 30 centimeters (11 inches) in front of them, so they use their whiskers to help navigate through their surroundings. As the whiskers touch an object, they learn about its size, location, and texture. This ability is extremely helpful at night.

Cat-people use their whiskers to communicate with other animal-people and with humans. They have tiny muscles around their whiskers. So, when stressed they can point their whiskers toward the threat and relax them when they’re happy. Like eyelashes on humans, whiskers are there to protect cat-people, for example, by allowing them to detect sharp objects to safeguard their faces and eyes.

Have you ever wondered why cat-people are known to always land on their feet? Well, it’s thanks to their whiskers! When a cat-person is in the air, gravity pulls at their whiskers telling them where they are in relation to the ground and helping them land safely on their feet. Therefore, it’s vital to never cut your cat-companion’s whiskers, because it will make them feel lost and confused. If they naturally lose one or two whiskers, don’t worry, they’ll grow back.

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