Understanding a cat demonstrating love is a touch difficult for those who have never been around them as much. After all, even the most affectionate cat will still ignore her beloved human’s calls, if she so wishes, and may decide to claw his face if he attempts to tickle her belly.
A cat who wants to say “I love you” will brush his face against you, try to lick you clean with the sandpaper-like tongue, and will perpetually be somewhere around you, if not on you. Also, he’ll be very playful and upbeat whenever his favorite group of people are around. Certain cats love to cuddle, whereas others will have a special “yowl” reserved for their special person.
And despite what the “official” sources say about the Abyssinian not being a lap cat, they will jump on to you, demanding to be petted.
“The Birman is unconditional love in a fur coat and will bring pleasure and happiness to your home and family.“
The Bombay cat was named after the port city of India―the land of the black panther. These gorgeous black beauties, though, aren’t even remotely wild, and make fabulous feline companions instead. The Bombay is very lively and spirited, and loves interactive toys. The breed is renowned for its intelligence, and is open to learning tricks and new games.