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Purring and your feline friend

Your cat is a big part of your life and you make an effort to spend as much time with her as you can. This means that you’ve gotten to see her in a variety of situations. You’ve noticed that she purrs rather often. Why is this?

Your pet tends to purr whenever she is feeling great and wants you to know that she is content. She used to do this as a kitten to communicate with her mother, and this has stemmed into her doing the same with you. Her association between purring and comfort may help her calm herself down. This is why you may notice her purring right before settling in for a nap or even if she is in a slightly stressful situation. Your local Savannah, GA vet clinic can help you care for your pet. Schedule an appointment today.

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