In most cases, cats will purr when they are in a relaxed environment, sending out waves of calmness. This may also occur when you stroke them, and if this is the case, your feline friend is feeling happy or sociable. However, cats purr to communicate other emotions and needs, too.
Purring is the most common sound cats make. Yet we know less about it than meowing, chirping, chattering, hissing, and growling.
Yes, cats purr when they’re content. When yours is curled up in the sun, you may hear a gentle rumble as they breathe in and out. Touch them, and you feel a little quiver. It’s almost as if they are sending out waves of calm.
But you shouldn’t assume that sound means your cat is in a good mood. Or that it’s the only time you’ll hear it. Cats purr to communicate other emotions and needs, too.
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