Ever wonder why your cat lays belly up when you walk through the door? It is an ideal position for you to rub their belly and greet them, but it also shows that they trust you deeply. A cat knows they don’t have to be on guard when around their owner, and exposing their belly is a way of proving their comfort with someone.
Just because your cat is laying on their back does not necessarily mean they want a belly rub. They might just be enjoying some time on the ground. Your cat communicates via their ears and tail so look for the right signs before disrupting your feline friend.