You haven’t got a furry shadow, it’s just your kitty following you around the house. No matter where you are, your cat will likely follow you there. It’s usually because your cat just wants to hang out and play with you!
Most domesticated cats spend a lot of time alone at home. Your cat wants companionship and entertainment and has picked you to provide it! It’s also a way for your cat to leave its scent wherever you go and mark its territory. It’s a friendly reminder that your cat actually owns your home and not you. Good to know!
Are your snake's eyes changing color? Don't worry, you haven't accidentally stepped into a fantasy film. Your little cold-blooded friend is simply getting ready to shed. Before shedding, snake eyes turn opaque, pale, or even white.
Since shedding is an uncomfortable process, keep your snake handling to the bare minimum from you moment you start seeing the change of color until the shedding is complete.
Wiggling Like a Caterpillar
If you think your dog looks happy when it gets into a good wiggle, kicking its legs up in the air while wiggling around on its back, well you're right! At least, most of the time.
Sometimes your dog might be excessively wiggling as if to reach an itch or another irritation. Or sometimes, this might be their way to get your attention. Why not stop what you're doing for a few minutes and give them attention?
The Bunny Dance
Is your rabbit hopping around like a maniac? Good! That means it's happy! Whatever you are doing as a caretaker is obviously working well enough to get your little furry friend to do a little happy dance.
Not to be confused with a baby's pacifier, this hopping dance is also known as a binky. We wonder where the similarity comes from. Maybe because both cases are associated with something cute and small.
Tilting Their Head to the Side
A lot of people speak to their dogs in a higher pitch. When you’re talking to your dog in your “doggie” voice they sometimes tilt their head to the side as if to understand what you’re saying. Dogs are very good at reading and responding to your body language and vocal cues.
They’re capable of recognizing different words so it’s possible that they are listening for words and inflections they associate with fun activities like a treat, walk, or outside. Some experts believe that dogs tilt their heads to the side in order to adjust their outer ears to better pinpoint the noise.