Many people believe that as long as they have clean sand, food, and water, cats operate on their own routines and pay no attention to their owners. It's quite difficult to figure out what the cat wants. There are a few approaches to answer common cat behavior puzzles, as confusing as it may seem. Pressing their head on any item is a frequent activity between almost all cats.
You've most likely seen your cat do it before, most likely against table legs, a TV stand, or another item. If you live with other people who have pets or people who have allergies, this can be more evident. A cat will rub its head against the person when it detects this. You're giving the person a hint of saliva by doing so.
What a cat's saliva puts into its brain is its possession. There will be a smell associated with something, an object, or a person. However, you should not be worried because it is basically acting on its natural hunting instinct. Whether it's another cat or a moving object outside, the cat will notice it and go into its natural hunting mode.
Cats, as most of us know, love playing. You enjoy playing with them, particularly with toys. They rush to perform what is asked of them at times. If you try to prevent this type of activity, your cat will become unhappy, and you will have a lot of broken items in your house. You may always play with your cat with a rope, which it will enjoy chasing around the room.
Stranger behavior will appear as you spend more time with your cat. Cats behave strangely, despite the fact that they always have a reason to do so. You'll have no trouble keeping your cat healthy and happy once you understand why it acts the way it does. Simply paying attention to your cat's behavior will help you better understand them than ever.