Why Do Cats Lick Each Other?

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Cats lick each other mainly so that they can groom each other or so that they can bond. This is however done between cats that have been together for sometime and therefore know each other well.
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because that's how they greed each other.
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The reason that cats on friendly terms with each other lick the ears and head is just mutual grooming. They can't do it them self except by licking their paw and rubbing it across
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No one knows why, Claudia. Not scientists, not veterinarians, not even feline behaviorists. :-]. Theories abound, however. Everything from a nutritional deficiency (although this
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Cats lick each other as a way of bonding and to show affection for each other. They also do this as a way to groom each other. Many cats will lick another cats head and ears. This is because these are the hardest areas for a cat to clean themselves.
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