1. Cats greet each other by pressing their noses together.
Kitties are master communicators. They use 3 ways of communication i.e by using vocal signals, through body language and through scents.However, whether cats are meeting for the first time or longtime housemates are catching up after three-hour catnaps, they usually greet each other by touching and sniffing each others’ noses. The nose touch is an even social exchange that puts both cats in an equally vulnerable position. When a cat smells another cat who doesn’t have his scent on her, he marks her by rubbing his face and head on her. It’s partially friendly—a show of social acceptance—but it’s also territory marking.Your cat may also instigate a nose-touch greeting with you and there’s nothing wrong with letting your cat do this. Go ahead and say hello back the same way.