Kittens are cute little animals but is your responsibility to learn how to decipher your kitten’s behavior & body language.
Why Do Kittens Purr?
Kittens purr when content although that doesn’t always equal happiness. A young cat that is anxious or ill may sometimes purr as comfort. But, many a time, your kitten will rub against you and purr loudly to express its affection to you or ask for something, such as food.
Why Does My Kitten Hiss and Growls?
Your kitten will hiss and growl when frightened. He or she is only trying to ward off a threat and in so doing protect herself/himself. You’ll typically hear them growl and hiss during tense encounters with other animals.
Why Does my Kitten Rub against Me?
If Your Kitten rubs its face up against you, it dhows that he or she is super comfortable and enjoys your company. That is their way of telling you ‘Hey, I like you!”.
Why Do Kittens Meow?
As your kitten grows up, you begin to hear distinctive “meows” from her. Low-sounding meows typically translates to an unhappy or uncomfortable cat.
On the other hand, high-pitched meows mean he or she is happier, and if she keeps repeating them, she’s wanting your attention. Perhaps, she feels it is time for her most loved kitten food? With little practice, you’ll soon master your cat’s body languages and their meaning.
Funny enough, meows are hardly ever directed at other cats, nearly always at humans. So, now, anytime your cat makes a sound, it literarily means something.
Listen up, your cat is speaking to you. Now, I hope we have been able to answer your question – Why do kittens purr? Do come back for more.