Why Do Cats Lick Their Owners?

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Cats lick their owners to show their affection towards them and as a way of communicating. Another likely reason for cats licking their owners is that it is also thought that cats tend to like the salty taste on our skin.
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1 Additional Answer
Cats lick their owners for various reasons. One reason a cat may lick its owner is to show affection and care for them. Also, cats do this to groom their owners as they are used to this with other cats and themselves.
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