One of the best things about cats is how they purr with satisfaction, especially when nuzzled up against you. But what does a cat’s purring really mean? What’s it all about? If you have any cat care questions, check with your Myrtle Beach vet clinic.
Not Always What you Think
It isn’t always satisfaction. Sometimes, your cat will purr out of its amazing self-healing! Some research has shown that the frequency of a cat’s purr is at the same one as that of bones’ and muscles’ natural repair. For any questions, check with your Myrtle Beach vet clinic.
On occasion, cats will purr when they’re hungry. It can have a soothing effect on the body. For more, check with your Myrtle Beach vet clinic.
Sometimes, though, purring is just that – purring. So lay back and enjoy the cozy time you spend with your lovable feline.