Hi everyone! People all over the world just love cats and no wonder, because how can you stay indifferent seeing this cutie-patootie?
Besides, we have been living with them side by side for about 9000 years now. As a result of this long-term relationship, not only love, but many superstitions and legends have appeared. For example, a black cat crossing your path meaning bad luck. Many would just stop and go some other way, and some idiots might even throw something at the poor animal. There is also an expression saying that you shouldn’t look a cat straight into the eyes. However, no one has ever explained the reason. So let’s find out what is it all about. wild nature why you pet top 10 top 5 10 facts list cosmology worlds fun facts strange comp
Here's why is dangerous!I tried it😂🤣.If you stare at your cat and your really close to the cat and start moving your eye pupil it will attract the cat and will want to catch it because is moving.This is true.Also it might just appear appealing even you if you don't move the pupil or it might see it's reflection
I stare into my cat’s eyes all the time. I can’t help it, they look like a pair of glass marbles with a beautiful Caribbean blue color. She doesn’t mind, she actually likes it. We end up doing the slow blink cat “I love you” to each other a lot.
A cat can most certainly hurt a human. When thorougly pissed off, they can, in a second or less, become a hissing ball of claws and teeth, ready to rip you to shreds! It can hardly kill you, but hurt you? Oh, yes...
My cats have never done anything if i look at ther eyes actually they learned that when i look in to there eyes they have to stop when i look to another direction it means they can move if i lift my hand and then point my finger to the groumd it means get away from my work desk and stop pawing my stuff to the ground
Cats are my most favorite animals. And I can stare at their eyes even longer. That is why many people called me Cat-Maiden hahahaha, like a weird words they always use to pissed me off because whenever my nails are long and sharper, I can scratch their skin and can make cuts that blood drip out. Yummy. And, reincarnated... Xsend. 😂😂
Agreed with all points with the exception "they can't really hurt you" because I had a 25 pound cat that was cut and trim even after being neutered he was solid muscle like a mint pit bulland he could hurt any human very badly. Bobcats that weigh 30lbs can kill a human, my Little Guy was a legend, a huge feral alley cat where there were real alleys and a lot of people knew him, they didn't know be but they knew my cat.
This video is a bunch of b.s. I gaze, look, stare (call it what you will) into my cat's eyes regularly, practically every day, and it is a mutually enjoyable and soothing activity. Another video from someone who knows nothing about what he is talking about!
Where do these people come up with all this garbage? Looking into a cats eyes can tell them many things and tell you many things. It forms a connection between you and the furry feline that tells them when you disapprove of something they have done wrong and tells you when they are okay or something is wrong somewhere in their little kitty worlds. Looking into their eyes can show you a whole world filled with all their emotions. From sickness to corkiness... Look into their eyes and you might just be surprised at all the knowledge they have stored up within their own souls.
Also... For those who believe animals have no souls... Thats a lie too! An animal with no soul would have no feelings at all. Yet an animal can feel hurt, sadness, fear, happiness, joy, attention, loneliness, etc. Something with no soul could feel none of those things. There would be no reason for it to struggle to live. There would be no emotion that would pull it to aid its human companion. There would be no feelings that would cause it to spring forward to save a child or another creature in distress.
You should never look and stare at a stranger cat's eyes because they can be aggressive to you. But it's perfectly fine to look and gaze at your pet cat's eyes while stroking or patting them because it will enhance your bond and trust. If you stare directly at your pet cat in their eyes and they slowly blink back it means a bond of trust has been established. If it is a stranger cat, it means he or she is friendly to you. You can offer them food to get them acquainted to you. If your cat is staring back wide eyed with dilated pupils, it means it's being threatened by your gesture and may attack you especially if it is a wild stranger cat. If it is your pet cat, it means he or she is not at ease with you at the moment, maybe your pet is disturbed by other circumstancial event such as a strange noise like hearing other cats fighting. I remember staring at my pet cat's eyes while there are other cats fighting somewhere in our neighbors house, she was terrified looking at me without blinking her eyes.
Therefore, there is nothing really dangerous or superstitious about looking directly into the cat's eyes.
I thought you're gonna say "you shouldn't look straight into a cat's eyes cause you might get transported in hell and meet naked half brained demons in there like John Constantine did"...or something like that.
When men took over brewing from women, the women were labeled as witches. These women used to look like your typical witch. The wore the pointy hat so that you would know they sold brew. They kept cats to keep mice away from the ingrediants.
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