Why your cat purrs

You spend a lot of time with your cat and you can’t help but notice that she tends to purr a lot. Why does she do this?

Your little fur ball is able to communicate with you in a variety of ways, and this happens to be one of them. She used purring as a kitten to let her mother know she was happy and content. She is now doing the same with you in order to let you know she enjoys being by your side. There is also a chance that she has grown to associate purring with this feeling of contentedness, so she is taking the time to engage in the behavior as a way to help her sooth herself and bring on a feeling of comfort and fulfillment. For additional information, please contact your local experienced animal hospital Rochester NY.


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