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Dear Catster Member, March 23, 2010
Why Do Cats Purr? Why Do Cats Purr?

A meow may massage the heart, but a purr absolutely soothes the soul. The cat is the only creature that makes a musical humming sound when it's happy, and when it purrs, the entire animal just vibrates with joy. Purring is usually a sign of cat contentment, but you may be surprised to learn that there are other very different occasions on which a cat might purr.

Fast facts about purring ››

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How Does Your Cat Best Communicate With You?

How Does Your Cat Best Communicate With You?Does your cat frequently voice her joy or discontent out loud or use those expressive eyes, ears and tail to send a message?
Take the Catster Poll! ››

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