How to tell if your cat is lying

In many cases, you can tell whether a cat is hiding by its gaze.

If it’s not paying attention to you, you might see it blink or shake its head or look down.

But you might not notice if its mouth is open, it’s curled up or it’s fidgeting.

You might also notice that its nose is moving, if it’s a cat.

If you’re seeing signs that it’s lying, you may be looking for signs that its owner is lying.

You can also use these clues to tell whether your cat may be lying to you or whether you’re lying to yourself.

You may see the tail wagging as you walk around a corner, for example.

This is an excellent sign that your cat has left a lot of food behind and is hungry.

If the tail is wagging, you’re not sure whether your animal is lying or telling you the truth.

In other cases, a cat may show signs of being confused, or may just be bored, so it may not be telling the truth at all.

You should always check to make sure your cat isn’t just lying to tell you the real story.

Some cats have an innate fear of humans, so they will often avoid people.

You need to make a concerted effort to talk to your cat to get to the bottom of whether it’s hiding or telling the whole truth.

The same goes for humans.

You’ll also need to pay attention to your pet’s eyes and nose to make certain it’s telling the real truth.

Some breeds have a harder time showing their true colors than others, so you’ll need to watch for that in addition to your ability to spot a lie.

To learn more about cat eyes and facial expressions, see our article How to Tell If Your Cat Is Lying, or see our video on cat eyes.

To find out what your cat’s body language looks like, see How to Spot a Cat’s Body Language.