Why Does My Cat Softly Bite Me?

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A cat may softly bite someone as a show of affection or warning. Other reasons may include satisfaction as well as pleasure. Apart from softly biting, cats may also nip and knead blankets or laps.
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Cats softly bite to show you they love you! A cat that is upset or mad will bite hard or scratch. Cats that nibble or nip are just looking for attention and play. You can find more information here: http://www.cats.com/
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