The Complicated Truth About a Cat’s Purr
No one is certain exactly why cats purr, although there are a number of good theories. The obvious conclusion is that they seem to make this noise when they’re feeling pleased and content with their circumstances. But that’s not always the case, as sometimes cats purr when they’re nervous, too. We may never really know what our cats are trying to tell us, but research from animal experts lets us make an informed guess. Stephen Dowling from the BBC explains further in his article, “The Complicated Truth About a Cat’s Purr”.
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Mark Shaver has owned Buckhead Paws since 2012, and is an active member of Pet Sitters International. Previously, he was a senior executive with three multinational corporations.