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Many cats have learned to hear the sound of a can opening or [the] crinkle of a bag to be associated with delicious canned food or treats so they may come running and begging at those sounds,” Pankratz says. High-frequency noises like “pspsps” are like catnip to felines — a concept you understand if you’ve ever cooingly spoken to your cat in baby speech, also known as “ cat-directed speech.”

Why Do Cats Respond To The “Pspspsps” Sound We Make? Theory No. 1: It Reminds Them Of The Sound Their Prey Makes Cats can hear sound frequencies three times higher than we can — presumably so they can find prey more easily,” DeVoss says.While the exact origin and history of the “pspsps” sound is unknown, it is clear that this peculiar sound has a powerful and enduring place in our interactions with furry friends! Some cats may be more responsive to this noise than others, but it is not necessarily a sign that they “like” it…

Cats’ will react to “pspspsps” in “any number of ways” depending on the tone used and how they’ve been conditioned by their owners, according to DeVoss. Have you ever noticed that when you make a strange noise or sound near a cat, they often perk up its ears and start looking around for the source? It’s almost as if they’re trying to figure out what the noise means. If your cat is pleased to hear you say “pspspsps,” they’ll probably react with more positive body language such as: If your cat’s pupils dilate when you say “pspsps” it could be a sign of fear or intrigue depending on the context. GettyWhether we are trying to engage a cat’s predatory instincts, capture their attention, or show them affection, the sound of “pspspsps” serves as a unique form of communication between humans and cats.

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