Yes, cats do communicate with each other through both vocalizations and body language.
The main body language that we’ve noticed in cats are expressed through their tails and ears. For example, here are what the following generally mean for the cat’s mood and intentions:
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Researchers have noticed that cats have a social hierarchy around other cats, and also a completely different way of communicating with humans compared to other cats. For example, the meow that cats use around humans is louder and differently pitched than the vocalizations they use around other cats. It’s more like a baby’s cry rather than complex speech, as if cats know that we don’t really understand them but want to communicate a need.
My cat, Bilbo, meows when he hears Adele singing. I don’t know what that communicates, but it’s pretty darn cute.
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