Why Do Cats Give Love Bites?

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According to animal psychiatrists, cats give love bites to initiate an emotional connection between it and a human. It can also give a love bite to a fellow cat for the purpose of grooming.
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Cats bite playfully because their play is like hunting practice. They try not to bite hard because they know it's just a game, but some cats can get aggressive.
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Yes, Cats give"love bites" to show that they are happy and playful.It's hard to break a
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This comes from when they are kittens and they do that to their mother to get milk from her.As they get older it is just a comforting motion for them when they try to settle down
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Various reasons! They will be playing, thinking they are hunting or practicing hunting. They will be hyperactive and just bite at any random moving object. They could be teething.
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