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Sunday, May 18, 2014

The Power Of Cat Purrs (Video)

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There is plenty of news to keep us ramped up much of the time.

We need a break, and cat purrs can reduce stress levels:

5 comments:

  1. Adorable pussycats! I've never met one I didn't like, but I admit to having liked some better than others. Aside from being adorable in so many and varied ways, I admire their independent spirit. People who don't fancy felines don't realize that each cat has its own unique personality.

    Yes a contented purring pussy is a most restful creature. Mine sometimes hold hands with me when we nap together. I hold out an index finger, and either will wrap a paw around it and gently squeeze my fingertip while they purr. Only one at a time, however. They never relax when we're all together -- too competitive! ;-)

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  2. Can't remember living without a cat.

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  3. My putty-tat enjoys when I pick him up, cuddle and scratch and talk to him.
    He's part Maine coon, so his purrs are very discreet, you need him next to your ear to hear them.

    tmw

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  4. I thought all I needed for good health was green tea and coconut oil. I will let all of you do the cat thing.

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  5. I purrr most of the time actually. - Mr Purr.

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