How To Tell Your Cat Is Angry At You 

Open mouth, teeth exposed hissing signals your cat is extremely upset about a situation.


Folded back ears conveys an irritated, mad cat warning you to give them proper space.  

Ears Back  

Rapid thrashing tail indicates simmering cat anger ready to escalate if actions continue.

Lashing Tail  

Retreating under beds to pout away from owners means they resent recent events.  

Hiding Away

Blatant glares or avoiding eye contact altogether scream annoyed cat holding grudges.

Mean Stares 

Biting feet or ambush swats at ankles reflect redirected aggression from angered cats.  

Ankle Attacks

Inappropriate urinating outside litter box signals profoundly perturbed cats.

Marking Spots

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