Do cats purr when theyre stressed

06.09.2018 | by Rory
Kittens instinctively purr when they are nursing. Indications are that cats don't purr only when they are content and happy. Why do cats purr when they are injured. Yet another theory is that a sick or injured cat purrs to signal, to other cats or other predatory animals, that it is not a threat.

Again, some feel that a sick cat may use the vocal rumble to plead for care from humans.

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I also think it is there way of letting us know they are happy. I don't know if this is true or now, but it is one of the things about cats that I think we will never really know. I honestly hink they purr when they are content. They also purr during tense moments, or even through trauma. I'm just curious as I'd like to find out about cats moods.

When my cats want attentions and cuddle time they both purr when I pet them.

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When suddenly and violently injured, even near death, a cat will often purr. Lets look how this module blocks spam in a bit more detail. Most of the time, its a sign of joy.