YOUR CAT PURRS AT YOU
Cats purr to communicate a variety of feelings, but most often it's a signal that represents what people usually recognize it to mean: The cat is showing that it is friendly, content and affectionate. Mothers and their kittens purr to each other to communicate, so even if your cat is purring to communicate to you about an unpleasant feeling like hunger, stress or illness, it's still a demonstration that your cat sees you as an important person to “tell” that information to. You’re the one the cat goes to for help.
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