We were all content with the idea that a cat's purr means, "I'm happy." But a new study suggests that some purrs send cat owners the message that they're hungry. From CBS News:
Researchers found that purrs of hungry cats included a higher-pitched
sound, somewhat like a cry or meow. They played recordings of these
purrs from 10 cats to 50 human volunteers. Even people who'd never
owned a cat found them to be more urgent and less pleasant than
contented purrs from the same animals.
Apparently these food-seeking purrs could be exploiting the way humans naturally respond to a baby's cry, the researchers say.
Not all cats use this strategy. But apparently some learn to turn it on when they discover its effectiveness in getting a human to feed them.
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