Cats have a reputation for being self-reliant and independent. Some people also find them more difficult to understand when compared to dogs with their wagging tails and constant love for attention. Since many cats have a more reserved nature, it can sometimes be hard to tell if your cat loves you or is just putting up with you.
The good news is that cats share a deep bond with their owners and love them. Your cat just has her own ways of showing affection that may differ from what you expect. When your cat shows any of these behaviors, she is showing genuine love for you.
Most cats have a big personality. But how that personality presents itself varies widely between different cats. For instance, your cat may be very aloof and only come to you when she is in the mood. Or your cat may be inseparable from you and demand constant pets and attention. Regardless of your cat's personality and preferences, these are some of the ways that she might already be showing you affection:
When you start thinking like a cat and understand the ways they show affection, you will probably realize you have a very loving cat as you start noticing some of these different signs. The signs also prove you are a wonderful cat owner with a feline companion that feels safe and secure with you.