Every day this little girl and her cat have wild and intense conversations.
It might sound like gibberish but these two seem to perfectly understand each other.
When you think about it cats and babies have a lot in common and probably have much to talk about.
They are catching each other up on their daily lives of napping, eating, play time, and how those parents of theirs just do not understand.
We adults deserve days of napping, eating, and play time too, you know.
Their schedules of napping, eating and play time might not correspond with each other’s schedules, but that makes their nightly conversations that more interesting.
Besides, those are the three main activities they both do the entire day.
The tabby cat can tell the baby what it is like to run around outside all on her own, since the baby is stuck with 24/7 parental supervision.
The tales of outside adventures in the neighborhood would probably make the baby super envious.
The baby girl might not be independent but she has her own stories to tell.
She is catching her cat up on all the cartoons she missed watching that day and the snacks she could have snuck to the cat too.
These two best pals are in their own little world that no one else can seem to be a part of.
Their daily recap must be very exciting because the baby gets more and more excited as she keeps telling her story.
The baby might be getting excited to tell her stories, but in typical cat fashion, the cat only lets out very poised and quiet meows when it is her turn to speak.
It is always hard to read a cat’s mood and this cat is no different.
She is communicating back but in her monotone meows only.
Once the baby starts to get excited, she is quickly over the conversation and moves to leave.
Basically the same thing cats do when you spend some time with them. Cat owners know this all too well.
The baby might be speaking in baby gibberish to the cat, but when it comes to communicating with cats it’s more about the tone than the words.
A recent study in Japan has found that cats do pay attention when they are spoken to.
Feline Behaviorist Marilyn Krieger states, “How words are spoken is really important. Cats are very sensitive and can feel safe or feel threatened by the tone of voice and the loudness. Cats are more apt to respond and socialize with their people when spoken to in a soft and calm voice.”
The baby might be speaking in gibberish nonsense but that does not bother the cat at all. She knows the baby is bringing only fun conversation.
Pet Care RX explains that talking to cats “…isn’t only about words; it’s also about human actions and the way in which cats interpret them and thus understand what we are trying to say or do.”
This research goes hand in hand with the baby and cat’s conversation.
The moment the baby starts to get really excited and speaking in a high pitch tone, the cat moves to leave.
The baby is not that easy to leave though and follows the cat to keep the conversation going.
The cat tries to hide under a chair, but the baby is just as small and continues to follow.
The cat is not going to end their conversation that quickly.
There’s got to be some sort of secret language between babies and animals.
Or maybe some sort of mystical connection we don’t know.
Do a quick search online and you’ll find lots and lots of these types of videos. Sure, there are a few with adults, but watch how animals react with babies. Totally different.
Press play below to watch the hilarious conversation between the two pals!
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