Ears back (grey cat), cuff with paw (black cat) with grey cat ready to counteract with paw, eyes of grey cat tightly shut in protective stance, grey cat's body weight away from black cat
Thanks to Dr Sarah Ellis (feline behavioural specialist at International Cat Care) for her contributions
Ears back (both cats), staring at one another, keeping some distance to control the situation
Cat inside box, body withdrawn and crouched, tail held closely to the body, both cats staring at each other
Ears up, closed eyes with relaxed face (both cats), licking (allogrooming) with friendly paw contact (claws retracted)
FOE TOUCH is correct
The cat being blocked, on the left, has ears back, body lowered & tail lower than back shows discomfort with distance to cat blocking.
Tail up & rubbing flanks to deposit pheromones (grey tabby cat), ears up (both cats), ginger cat looking at tabby but not staring
GREETING is correct
Signs are grey cat's tail and ears are up and facing forwards, close contact, with lots of sniffing.
CHASING is correct
Tense body, ears erect and forward (tabby and white cat), high speed (can tell from curved back of black cat), tabby and white cat trying to reach and catch black cat.
FRIEND is correct
FRIENDLY TOUCH is correct
Tail up, soft paws (no claws out), ears up, all this corresponding to a relaxed attitude. Although left hand side cat standing over right hand side cat, right hand side cat shows no defensive body language
PLAYING is correct
You have great catty powers of observation.
Ears back (both cats), bodies intertwined as is often the case when fighting, using their claws on each others bodies
PLAY HIDING is correct
Head placed out of hiding place, ears forward and eyes open