It may simply be lap cuddling each evening, or sharing a pillow on the bed at night.
Sitting quietly with a cat’s adoring gaze from across the room says volumes.
Simply stroking your cat, from nose to tail, gives an all-over feel-good massage.
Pay special attention to the places he likes best, such as the base of the tail and under the cheeks.
Touching, petting, and massaging your cat also serves as a well-cat check to find any fur mats, lumps or bumps, or sores that may need medical attention.
Learn to understand what your cat's telling you with their meows, tail, ears, and more.
Your cat knows that you love them and returns the purrs when you respond to their language in an appropriate way.
Cats spend half of their waking hours self-grooming.
A few overdo the grooming, but most need help to stay spiffy.
Not only does the comb/brush feel good like an all-over massage, it keeps the fur mat-free and the skin clean, reduces fur balls, and serves as a bonding session between you and your cat.
Cats are creatures of habit and a new pet entering the home can make your cat question your love.
With proper introductions, your cat may actually agree that the new kitten/dog/cat/rabbit was a loving gift after all.
Treats are a wonderful way to “love” your pets because critters don’t have a choice; they all have to eat.
While tastes vary, generally you can find something that the cat loves.