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A purr is a tonal fluttering sound made by some species of felids, and two species of genets. ... Domestic cats purr at a frequency of 20 to 30 vibrations per second. Eklund, Peters & Duthie (2010), comparing purring in a cheetah (Acinonyx ...


Sep 26, 2014 ... The one humans are most familiar with is that a purring cat is content and happy but in reality, cats purr for a variety of reasons and not all of ...


But some research suggests that purring actually helps cats get better faster. The low frequency of purrs causes a series of related vibrations within their body ...


Everyone loves a purring cat? But what is your cat trying to say? Find out now.


May 8, 2015 ... Such reasons to purr are by no means exclusive. “All behavior depends on history, context and expectation,” says Tony Buffington, a cat expert ...


Mar 21, 2014 ... Cats are evolutionary masterpieces of design. They have evolved in such a way that many of their characteristics, including behaviors, are ...


Have you ever wondered why or how cats purr? Well it may not be the reason you're thinking of. Read this article to find out the real reason.


What is most surprising is that cats have no special apparatus in their body to enable them to ... Indeed, cats may purr while giving birth, so purring is more likely to be a ... Boredom can be the main reason that cats resort to negative behaviour.


Cats don't just purr when they're happy, so why do they do it? Research shows some surprising reasons answering why cats purr.


Feb 3, 2015 ... When your cat climbs into your lap, tucks in his paws and begins to purr, all is right with the world, and this is one thing we love about our cats: ...