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  • Why does a cat purr?
    Why does a cat purr?
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    To think that cats purr for only one reason is a mistake, purring is a sign of characteristic joy in cats, we can hear it on several occasions, when you pet them, when they play with something they like, when they knead, even, sometimes, when you look at them, etc.

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  • Why are lasers not suitable toys for cats?
    Why are lasers not suitable toys for cats?
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    The cat is a natural predator like its closest relative, the tiger, whose natural instincts are to stalk, chase and hunt its prey. Toys that allow them to follow this sequence are the most suitable for them, but what about the famous lasers? Are they good toys for cats? The answer is: No, they're not suitable for our furry friends.

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  • What happens if we use aversive methods to educate cats?
    What happens if we use aversive methods to educate cats?
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    Cats are very sensitive animals, whose instinctive behaviour, when kept inside four walls (in case they don't go outside), needs to be released somehow.

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