What does your cat mean by 'miaow'? Let Japan's pet guru Yuki Hattori explain

The superstar vet is known in Japan as the Cat Saviour – and fans say his ability to decode feline behaviour is uncanny

In Japan – where they take their cats very seriously – they call Yuki Hattori the Cat Saviour. He is so popular that he saw 16,000 patients last year, and crowds regularly queue up to hear him talk about neko no kimochi (a cat’s feelings), while people from all over Japan make the pilgrimage to his practice. Sometimes clients turn up from further afield. “One flew in from Iraq for a personal consultation,” Hattori says, “without his cat, due to border quarantines.”

One client flew in from Iraq for a personal consultation, without his cat, due to border quarantines

Every tail swish, whisker twitch, ear flick and miaow is a subtle telegraphing of an animal’s desires

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Source: theguardian
What does your cat mean by 'miaow'? Let Japan's pet guru Yuki Hattori explain