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What does it mean when a cat's tail starts to vibrate?

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I'm serious. Many a time I've seen cats kindof vibrate their tails. It's usually brief, and it's usually when the tail is vertical and with a slight curve at the tip. I've always wondered what that particular word of cat body language meant.
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Originally Posted by foxfire
I'm serious. Many a time I've seen cats kindof vibrate their tails. It's usually brief, and it's usually when the tail is vertical and with a slight curve at the tip. I've always wondered what that particular word of cat body language meant.

My girl does this a lot. It looks sorta like spraying, but nothing comes out. I've noticed that she usually wants my attention about something when she does it. or she has just woken up and "talks" the same distinct quick meow each time she does it. It seems to be some sort of greeting.
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It
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Originally Posted by Loveysmummy
It
actually
indicates
a
greeting
of
intense
pleasure
(Sorry
my
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lol. I thought it was something like that, as it's usually followed by intense purring and kitty lovings
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