Okay, first of all, how does the author know what or how a cat senses. They are not a cat. Does this person have a talking cat to tell him or her what it is sensing. I think the poster was made to cause conversation. I am the 125th comment. Or, it is clear to me that the person who made this poster did not have a close relationship to a cat. Or study the body language of a cat. My cat, Tony, (mother: Antoinette) comes up to me and when I pet him, he flops over on his side and has me pet him while he falls to sleep-Purring all the time. When I stop and pull my hand away, he stops purring, and turns his head and looks at me, sometimes almost asleep, letting me know he's not asleep and then I continue until he does fall asleep. He is purring constantly the whole time. Very loudly at first and then tampers off. I have learned that his purring stops when he is totally asleep. He falls into such a deep sleep I can move him around like he is dead weight. Now, when I pick him up and cuddly him sometimes when he doesn't want to cuddle, he has a deep growling purr, but his tail is waging a mile a minute, and he is looking sideways at me. Yeah! Then I put him down. But, I leave a window open for him as I live out in the country and he has his freedom of coming and going. Sometimes, I hear him come rushing into the window and comes up to me and gets into my arms and has me hold him up on my shoulders until he wants to get down. At night, he comes up to me and gets in under the covers for a bit, stays for a bit and leaves. I believe he has been frightened by something and needs some sort of reassurance. Okay, I could go on about cats. I am a lover of cats. Only one at a time though.
No I Believe This Person Did Not Have A Cat Who Was Their Buddy.