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How do cats talk to each other? How do dogs talk to each other?


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Much of how cats and dogs talk to each other is through body language...how they stand, how they move their ears, paws, and tail, if their hair is raised. They also talk by smelling each other. Sometimes they will talk by vocal noises also.

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