Why Do Cats like Bleach?

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Many theories have been put forward explaining the strange behaviour of cats liking bleach and other chemicals containing chlorine. This is because bleach has ingredients that mimic feline pheromones. Other people attribute the strange behaviour to these cats rubbing away smells that have been acquired from outdoor excursions.
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