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15 days ago
Cats do indeed purr when they're contented, however they also do purr if wounded or anxious, as purring stimulates a response that mends their bones.
on January 25, 2016
on July 06, 2015
It is because they are happy, for attention. They don't car if it's you, the cat molester down the street, or the man who kills people for money.
on November 11, 2014
they usally purr if they are in great pain or if they are very comfortable or happy and they purr by rubbbing their vocol cords together
on December 21, 2013