When my car pulls in to the driveway, I hear Frankie screaming his head off like he's being ripped apart limb from limb. I'll hear the occasional squeak from Rishi also--and it really is literally a sqeak. (Ah, bengals...gotta love 'em!)
When I open the door, Rishi will do the classic back arch lean against my legs pose, but I'm limited to patting him twice before he walks away. Sometimes, though, he's lazy and doesn't leave his cat tree at the front window and expects me to come over and say hi before he goes into his classic pose.
Frankie continues to scream, but sometimes he plays hard to get. Most of the time, though, he lets me pet him as he frantically rubs his face against the nearest smelly shoe and then, when I pet his back legs, he starts crawling away like his back legs are paralyzed by dragging himself forward by his front legs.
(Does anybody else's cat act like that if you pet his haunch area?)