Why Do Cats Bite and Lick?

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Cats sometimes have some behavior that makes no sense. When a cat bites you and then licks you, it is actually a sign of affection. It is their way of giving you a kiss. When they bite, they don't bite down hard so that it breaks skin. It's actually a little nibble. If the cat does bite too hard, then firmly tell the cat no. Don't get angry with the cat. They don't understand that they are inflicting pain on you. A cat can be trained to not bite, but it takes a lot of time and patience.
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