Why do cats knead?
- August 12, 2020
- Ally Cohen
Cats need to knead because it feels good.
More accurately, they do it because they feel good. They did it to their mothers when they were tiny, adorable, nursing balls of fur in order to encourage the milk in the mammary glands to come into the teats. The theory is that as adults they continue this behaviour because they’re content.
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