Why do cats bite playfully?

Answer

Cats can bite to assert dominance as well as to respond to threats. It can also be as a form of communication or to simply show direction to something or some action that they want to achieve.
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1 Additional Answer
Cats will bite playfully when they get excited especially if you are moving your fingers. Normally just training the cat that a firm no and then ignoring the cat for about ten minutes. You can find more information here: http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Cat_communication
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