“Meowing a morning hello, snuggling, basking belly side up in a sunny spot and of course purring … these are a few of the unmistakable signs your cat is a happy critter!”
“José only relinquished Chaos to his friend because he didn’t have the stability to take care of him post-divorce – when his friend refused to give the pup back, however, José was heartbroken.
Two years later, an animal shelter in Wisconsin said that they had found a lost dog who they believed to be Chaos.”
Why do cats purr?
These comforting sounds are good for them and for us, too.
“It’s easy to assume that cats purr because they’re happy. After all, when your kitty contentedly curls up in your lap for some well-deserved scratches and rubs, she’s obviously one happy feline.
However, cats also purr when they’re frightened or feel threatened, such as during a visit to the vet.”