Cats are great with this one speaking with eyes. They have very expressive eyes. Not only do they convey feelings to us with their eyes, but this is a major form of communication between them as well after cat sounds. In fact, a blind cat will be shunned by many cats, because that one can’t respond to the others appropriately. Cats who feel ignored will have less respect for the cat who is ignoring them. They often pick fights with those and may slap them as they walk by.
A wide-eyed look is typical of kittens, as they are in learn mode and everything is interesting, or frightening. It’s the look of innocence and naivete, and we can see it in the eyes of most youngsters of any species. Be careful what you teach a cat at this time, because lessons learned now will stay with the cat throughout life.
If your Cat meow or is squinting at you, don’t get upset. Many people think this is how cats look at you when plotting revenge for something. However, after observing many hundreds of cats at the shelter and at home, and watching unowned cats outdoors, it’s become more obvious that this is a sign that the cat is content. Thus, if your cat is staring at you from a motionless posture, take it as a compliment, not an insult or a warning. She is in love with you. It comforts her to watch you, even if you aren’t doing anything. Cats do not have human emotions, and revenge is a human emotion. They simply do not have that in them.
In summary, learning your cat’s individual signals and cat meow sound will lead to a better understanding between you, building a bond that most cat owners cherish.