Why Do Cats Purr?

Why Do Cats Purr?

There are 2 comments on the LiveScience story from Oct 11, 2013, titled Why Do Cats Purr?. In it, LiveScience reports that:

For cat lovers, there are few sounds as precious as a beloved feline's purr. The purr - which is produced through intermittent signaling of the laryngeal and diaphragmatic muscles - is often interpreted as a sign of contentment, but the real reasons for this vocalization are a bit more complicated.

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Saint Charles, IL

#1 Nov 3, 2013
It is a great article indeed..Very glad to note the healing power of cats purr. Thanks to this great source of information. There are lots of reasons why do cats purr so loud. One of the reason is cats purr when they are happy. A happy cat can cure human health issues !!

Since: Nov 11

Lalitpur, Nepal

#2 Jul 24, 2014
Though this apps game is designed for Cats only. Human also can play this game. Visit http://paw.me/

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