Five Reasons Why Your Cat Doesn’t Purr

Five Reasons Why Your Cat Doesn’t Purr

Reading Time: 2 minutes Did you know this? We don’t just purr when we’re happy. We also purr when we’re not feeling well or are in pain. And some cats purr when they want food.
 
Although I understand why your cat doesn’t purr, I hope you have another one who does because purring is as good for humans as it is for cats.
 
The power of the purr is really quite amazing when you think about it. For humans, being with a purring cat can relieve stress and lower blood pressure. The vibration frequency of purrs can also speed up healing, reduce swelling and provide relief from pain.
Speaking of humans, I have to stop writing and get on my way. Ours is feeling neglected, and I need to go rub around her legs. That’s one of the ways she knows how much I love her.