Why Do Cats Purr ? - Is It Because They Are Happy? - Check Out Here

Why Do Cats Purr ? – Is It Because They Are Happy? – Check Out Here

The most common sound that a cat makes is purring and while a cat purr’s you need to understand one thing that do not assume that they are in good mood, as a cat purr is not a sign of good news always.

Keep watch at the soft, continuous, vibrating sounds of purring and try to interpret what your feline companion may be feeling.

Does purring mean your cat is happy?

Cats Purr?

In many cases, cats will purr when they are in a relaxed environment sending out waves of calmness and this may also be seen when you stroke them, if you hear the same purr sound this time then understand that your feline friend is feeling happy or sociable.

However, many a times cats purr to communicate other emotions and needs, too. For example, if you pick your cat in your arms or just pick them up they will either purr because they like it, or because they are nervous.

Why is your cat purring?

Why Do Cats Purr

The exact reason can never be known, but yes you guess by considering the following situation why your cat is purring.

Reasons why your cat may be purring include:

They are in a  happy mood – If your cat looks relaxed – eyes half closed and tail mostly still, this state is safe to assume your cat’s purring because they are in a pleasant mood.

Thinking about Food–  your Cats may purr when it’s their mealtime and they’re hungry. This time when they are hungry you will here a purr sound along with “mew” sound as well.

Kittens Purr for their mother– Kittens can purr at only a few days old, and it is their way to let their mother know that they are fine and safe. Purring also helps a kitten and mother bond, and mother cats use purring as a lullaby.

 Many cats purr when hurt or in pain. Purring is a way for a cat to soothe themselves, just like a human child human baby sucking their thumb to feel better.

Healing – Purring also helps cats get heal better and faster. The low frequency purrs cause vibrations within the body that can heal bones and wounds, build and repair tendons, ease breathing and decrease pain and swelling. This could explain why cats are able to endure high falls and have fewer complications after surgeries than dogs.

Whatever the reason for your cats purr, the sound is one that is often welcomed by cat parents. The purr is a sound that soothes the maker and listener as well.

Why Do Cats Purr ?

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