Speak the Language of Your Cat: The Ultimate Guide to Building a Stronger Connection

Are you a cat lover who has always wanted to communicate better with your furry friend? Well, you’re in luck because the latest research in animal communication has revealed that cats understand humans more than we thought!

According to researchers in Tokyo, cats not only understand our voice tones but also certain words including their names, the owner’s name, and various commands. They even comprehend our body language and vocal inflections. As a cat owner, this means you already have an established communication system with your pet.

The cat Bible

However, the challenge lies in understanding your cat’s communication style, which is much more limited than humans. Cats use about 20 voice sounds to communicate, which is a far cry from the hundreds or thousands of unique vocal sounds humans can produce. This means we have to rely on body movements and other non-verbal cues to get the message across.

To address this issue, a group of animal communication experts conducted a series of tests to understand the range of emotions that cats can understand. They found that cats can understand human emotions such as shyness, relief, and love, among others.

After three and a half years of careful study, the team compiled their findings into The Cat Language Bible™, a comprehensive guide for building a deeper, stronger bond with your feline friend through language communication.

So, if you want to take your relationship with your cat to the next level, give The Cat Language Bible™ a try. Who knows, you might discover a whole new world of communication with your furry friend!