Getting a new cat is exciting, but it can also be really stressful. Aside from getting your home ready for a new pet and adjusting your schedule to be sure you'll always be there for them, you also have to worry about whether or not you and your are going to get along. After all, you never know what could happen! Although pets generally love their owners, they can sometimes be so moody and predictable that it can be hard to get the right relationship going. If you're unsure about what cat behaviors mean your cat likes you, there are some signs you can look for that will give you an answer.
Cats might seem mysterious, but they're pretty easy to read when you know what to look for. They engage in specific behaviors when they feel comfortable around someone, and you can look out for those to see how they feel about you. If you read through the below and come to the conclusion that you and your cat definitely aren't vibing, there's good news: you can always do things that will allow you to form a bond with your cat. It doesn't need to be a bad relationship forever! A little patience and effort could ensure that you and your cat become true besties.
Another thing to keep in mind is that your relationship may need some time to form into something special. Cats generally need more time than dogs to get used to someone, as well as a new space. So don't worry - all hope is not lost! Here are a few ways to tell that you and your cat are compatible: