Cat Behaviour: Why Cats Wag Their Tails

A cats' tail motion is usually described as a swishing, twitching or flicking action, rather than strong wagging seen in dogs. To understand the meaning behind the wagging tail, we must first look at the cats' tail position, movement and body language. With these three factors combined, a kitty's wagging tail can convey emotions ranging from confidence to fear. 

Check out the linked article for examples of the different kinds of wagging!

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