Cats don’t snore – why do cats always snore?

       Because the cat’s snoring can not only convey information, but also express feelings, so the owner can read it and communicate with it through observation and judgment.

       Families with cats will notice that cats often purr, and even owners say that they can understand what the cat is doing by snoring. In fact, when a cat asks for something, it purrs differently than when it doesn’t.

       When a cat asks for it, it has a special peak, similar to the frequency of human crying. During estrus, a cat makes a terrible sound at night, like crying. It’s hard to see that it comes from such a small animal.

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       Interpretation of Cat Behavior:

       1. Arrest

       The evolution of cats has always been in the direction of super hunters. All the organs on their bodies are designed to catch up with their prey and die quickly. Although they have been pets for thousands of years, these structures have not disappeared. For example, the intensity of fighting between cats is not good for humans, so let cats know that they will hurt you.

       Generally, cats will learn skills by chasing each other in the process of growth. After this stage, they will understand what strength will not hurt their partners, but this strength is not suitable for human beings. Therefore, in the process of cat growth, when the cat scratch and bite you, you should restrain it, such as yelling loudly and patting the place where it is forced, so as to gradually understand what to use You’re under attack.

       2. Body language

       Cats express their feelings and desires with their ears, tails, fur, mouth and body. If the cat is tired of people’s feet, side, with the head rub you, it is the expression of intimacy.

       If a cat rubs a smell from its mouth on you, it means it wants to take you for its own. If the cat’s throat is purring, it means that it is in a good mood. And if the cat is like a duck hatching eggs, its front feet are bent inward, which means that it is at ease and dependent. Cats show trust by opening their mouths in front of humans.

       Source: Baidu Encyclopedia – Cat

       When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate.

       From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity.

       In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats stand out, while kittens rarely snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people.

       In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       Do you understand the language of cats

       Some people think that cats communicate with each other only with purrs, meows, and growls. In fact, cats have many ways of communication. They can communicate by voice, action, ears, mouth and tail, and they also have a rich vocabulary of conversation. This is especially true of the mother cat, who needs to communicate with the kitten and teach and punish the kitten.

       Cats purr when they are happy or satisfied, and the purrs of different cats are quite different. It’s easy to distinguish a grunt from a piercing roar. And this kind of roar is made when resisting an invading cat or dog.

       Cats meow mainly to attract other people’s attention. If the meow is short and high pitched, it means that the cat is in the house looking for its owner. If the meow is persistent and loud, it means that the cat wants to open a door or to eat something. A cat that is kept in a travel basket or stepped on its tail will scream in anger.

       When a cat sits on the windowsill to watch the birds outside, it makes a kind of grunt between meow and purr.

       The body language of a cat is shown by its posture. Usually you can use your intuition to judge the cat’s feelings and needs. A cat’s posture when it is satisfied is the easiest to identify, because it will completely relax and squint its eyes. When the cat relaxes, it stretches its limbs and constantly waves its paws. At this time, you can go up and scratch it gently, and it will lie on the ground on all fours and let you continue to scratch it. Cats sometimes trample and purr when satisfied. This is because he used to have to trample the milk out when he was sucking.

       Cats can also express their feelings through their ears. When a cat is on alert, hunting outside, or hearing interesting sounds, it cocks up its ears. Cats twitch their ears when they are nervous. When the cat is afraid or angry, it will stick its ears to the back of its head.

       Cats sometimes hiss with their teeth bared and arched back, raising their fur to threaten intruders.

       A cat’s tongue has many functions. Together with the nose, it can transmit a lot of information about the environment to the cat. The tongue can also be used to comb the cat’s fur. Therefore, it is better not to let the cat lick you or your family members, and to warn your children.

       You can also judge the cat’s mood by its tail. When a cat runs to you to welcome you, it will raise its tail and swing back and forth. When a cat relaxes, if you scratch its tail gently, it will make it very happy. But if the cat’s tail twitches violently when you scratch it, it shows that you are irritating it, and if its tail swings back and forth, you should get away from it!

       Usually, all the above signs will appear at the same time. When the cat is very happy, it will stretch its claws, grunt loudly, shake the tip of its tail, and trample on things. When the cat is extremely angry, it will show its teeth, close its ears, hiss, erect its hair, rapidly swing its tail and arch back.

       1¡¢ Do cats purr when they are happy? Why?

       1. When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think it’s a cat snoring when it’s sleeping. In fact, it’s the sound of a cat’s false vocal cords vibrating. From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity. In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people. In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection, which should not be ignored.

       As for why the cat wags its tail, it seems that sometimes it will wag its tail when it is comfortable, and sometimes it will wag its tail when it is on alert or when it is going to be angry

       2. As for the cooing voice, there are two situations. One is when she is angry, but the cat will appear very nervous and keep shrinking. The second is when she is comfortable. If you touch her, she coo is comfortable, most of her will be comfortable to sleep.

       When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate.

       From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto. When it vibrates, it resonates through the throat.

       In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people.

       In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       Do you understand the language of cats

       Some people think that cats communicate with each other only with purrs, meows, and growls. In fact, cats have many ways of communication. They can communicate by voice, action, ears, mouth and tail, and they also have a rich vocabulary of conversation. This is especially true of the mother cat, who needs to communicate with the kitten and teach and punish the kitten.

       Cats purr when they are happy or satisfied, and the purrs of different cats are quite different. It’s easy to distinguish a grunt from a piercing roar. And this kind of roar is made when resisting an invading cat or dog.

       Cats meow mainly to attract other people’s attention. If the meow is short and high pitched, it means that the cat is in the house looking for its owner. If the meow is persistent and loud, it means that the cat wants to open a door or to eat something. A cat that is kept in a travel basket or stepped on its tail will scream in anger.

       When a cat sits on the windowsill to watch the birds outside, it makes a kind of grunt between meow and purr.

       The body language of a cat is shown by its posture. Usually you can use your intuition to judge the cat’s feelings and needs. A cat’s posture when it is satisfied is the easiest to identify, because it makes it completely relaxed and squints its eyes. When the cat relaxes, it stretches its limbs and constantly waves its paws. At this time, you can go up and scratch it gently, and it will lie on the ground on all fours and let you continue to scratch it. Cats sometimes trample and purr when satisfied. This is because he used to have to trample the milk out when he was sucking.

       Cats can also express their feelings through their ears. When a cat is on alert, hunting outside, or hearing interesting sounds, it cocks up its ears. Cats twitch their ears when they are nervous. Cats, on the other hand, put their ears completely behind their heads when they are afraid or angry.

       Cats sometimes hiss with their teeth bared and arched back, raising their fur to threaten intruders.

       A cat’s tongue has many functions. Together with the nose, it can transmit a lot of information about the environment to the cat. The tongue can also be used to comb cat hair. Therefore, it is better not to let the cat lick you or your family members, and to warn your children.

       You can also judge the cat’s mood by its tail. When the cat runs to you to welcome you, it will raise its tail and swing back and forth. When a cat relaxes, if you scratch its tail gently, it will make it very happy. But if the cat’s tail twitches violently when you scratch it, it shows that you are irritating it, and if its tail swings back and forth, you should get away from it!

       Usually, all the above signs will appear at the same time. When the cat is very happy, it will stretch its claws, grunt loudly, shake the tip of its tail, and trample on things. When the cat is extremely angry, it will show its teeth, close its ears, hiss, erect its hair, rapidly swing its tail and arch back.

       There are several kinds of cat’s purr

       1. It wants to play with you. It will make a grunt to attract your attention, and it will be very lively and loud.

       2. When you massage it, it means that it is very comfortable and likes your massage. Because the cat has a mouth when drinking the cat’s mother’s milk, it can’t tell its mother in words that it is healthy. Therefore, the cat will purr and purr to tell her that it is good and that everything is healthy. Therefore, the cat’s mother knows which kitten doesn’t make a sound comfortable.

       3. When the cat is sick and in a bad mood, it will make a purring sound, but the owner should distinguish it from the purring sound when it is comfortable! Don’t confuse

       Therefore, we should pay attention to observation. If the kitten has a cold, you can buy a cold granule for children to drink. But remember to give it the medicine for adults. The cat can’t stand it. Moreover, for such a small cat, a quarter of the pack should be enough!

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       The sound of a cat can not only convey information, but also express feelings. Therefore, the owner can read it and communicate with it through observation and judgment. There are many kinds of cats, some have poor mouths, some love silence, can not be generalized, if you want to get along with it for a long time, you can read every word of it.

       Families with cats will notice that cats often purr, and even owners say that they can understand what the cat is doing by snoring. In fact, when a cat asks for something, it doesn’t purr when it doesn’t.

       When a cat asks for it, it has a special peak, similar to the frequency of human crying. During estrus period, cats will make a terrible sound at night, which is usually like crying. It is hard to see that the sound is from such a small animal. Sometimes it is more frightening than crying, with a long sound, which makes people feel creepy in densely populated cities.

       body language

       The so-called “cat’s body language” is a cat’s ears, tail, hair, mouth, body to express their feelings and desires. If the cat is tired of people’s feet, side, with the head rub you, it is the expression of intimacy.

       If a cat rubs a smell from its mouth on you, it means it wants to take you for its own. If a cat’s throat grunts, it shows that it is in a good mood, and if a cat, like a duck hatching eggs, bends its front feet inward, it means that it is at ease and dependent. Cats show trust by opening their mouths in front of humans.

       Source: Baidu Encyclopedia – Cat

       There are several kinds of cat’s purr

       1. It wants to want you to play with it, it will make a grunt sound to attract your attention, and it will be very lively and loud.

       2. When you massage it, it means that it is very comfortable and likes your massage. Because the kitten’s mouth is full of * * when drinking the cat’s mother’s milk, it can’t tell its mother in words that it is healthy. Therefore, the cat will purr and purr to tell her that it is fine and everything is healthy, so the cat’s mother knows which kitten doesn’t make any sound comfortless.

       3. When a cat is sick and in a bad mood, it will also purr, but the owner should distinguish it from that when he is comfortable! Don’t confuse.

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       When a cat sleeps and makes love with its owner, it is often heard that the cat’s voice sounds like snoring. In fact, this is the sound of a cat’s false vocal cords shaking. The skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The laryngeal cavity of cat is divided into three parts, the upper part is the vestibule of larynx, and the tail edge is the false vocal cord. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity.

       The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. When a cat is intimate with a human being, the false voice band vibrates, resonates through the throat and makes a sound, so we have a sound similar to snoring. In fact, kittens seldom snore. Only old cats and Persian cats like to snore.

       If the kitten does snore, it may be that the kitten has viral rhinitis. As for Persian cats, snoring is mainly due to the short nose of Persian cats.

       Reference: cat Baidu Encyclopedia

       There are several kinds of cat’s purr

       1. It wants to play with you. It will make a grunt to attract your attention, and it will be very lively and loud.

       2. When you massage it, it means that it is very comfortable and likes your massage. Because the kitten has a mouth when drinking the cat’s mother’s milk, it can’t tell its mother in words that it is healthy. Therefore, the cat will purr and purr to tell her that it is good and that everything is healthy. Therefore, the cat’s mother knows which kitten doesn’t make a sound comfortable.

       3. When the cat is sick and in a bad mood, it will make a purring sound, but the owner should distinguish it from the purring sound when it is comfortable! Don’t confuse

       Therefore, we should pay attention to observation. If the kitten has a cold, you can buy a cold granule for children to drink. But remember to give it the medicine for adults. The cat can’t stand it. Moreover, for such a small cat, a quarter of the pack should be enough!

       There are several kinds of cat’s purr

       1. It wants to want you to play with it, it will make a grunt sound to attract your attention, and it will be very lively and loud.

       2. When you massage it, it means that it is very comfortable and likes your massage. Because the kitten’s mouth is full of * * when drinking the cat’s mother’s milk, it can’t tell its mother in words that it is healthy. Therefore, the cat will purr and purr to tell her that it is good and everything is healthy, so the cat’s mother knows which kitten doesn’t make sound is uncomfortable Yes.

       3. When a cat is sick and in a bad mood, it will make a purr, but the owner should distinguish it from that when he is comfortable! Don’t confuse.

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       It’s better to see a doctor. If it is confirmed that it is nasal bronchitis, it can be treated with oral Maoan and interferon injection. Amoxicillin and other drugs should not be used easily for kittens. It is difficult to say the dosage of therapeutic drugs. If you use them, you should pay attention to reduce the weight according to the weight of the kitten, otherwise it will be harmful. Respiratory tract infection may cause the cat olfactory failure, resulting in loss of appetite, you can properly feed a little cat can or nutrition cream.

       The so-called infection usually has obvious inflammatory symptoms, such as runny nose and expectoration. Serious will present pus like yellow green, without these phenomena, generally not infection.

       1¡¢ Sleeping posture is not correct, some suffocation, respiratory tract vibration has sound, my cat is also often like this, you turn it over or directly put it to sleep again, there is no sound

       2¡¢ Fat cat, fat layer is thick, sleep may block the smooth airway, and people, appear “sleep breathing disorder”.

       When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate.

       From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity.

       In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat feels its feet, or when it lies in its owner’s arms and relaxed, can it purr briskly.

       At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally rarely snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people.

       In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       There are several reasons why cats purr. 1. They are in a good mood and feel happy. 2. They are very comfortable. 3. They like someone or something very much

       When a kitten is caressed, it makes this sound, indicating that it is happy

       According to a magazine, cats use this sound wave to relax and return to their best condition

       When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously. Most people mistakenly think that this is a cat snoring while sleeping. In fact, it is the sound made by a cat when its false vocal cords vibrate. From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity. In fact, cats do not snore when they snore. Cats do not snore when they are playing, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people. In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       Please accept it as a satisfactory answer.

       It is a common phenomenon for cats to purr. In daily life, we will find that when cats purr, they are often in a more comfortable environment. When a cat is touched or fed or milked by its owner, it is most likely to make this sound. About what kind of mentality cats are in when they snore, some researchers have found that when cats are in pain, childbirth, and even dying, they will also purr. Therefore, the reason why cats purr is that they are more relaxed physically and mentally, which is not absolute.

       The reason why cats purr varies from scene to scene. We divide the scene where cats often purr into the following two categories:

       1. Comfortable time

       (1) When the cat starts eating

       (2) When receiving the master’s gentle touch

       (3) When you step on the milk

       2. When cats ask for help

       (1) When the cat is hurt and suffering

       (2) Cats are in labor

       The study found that cats also purr when they are treated for serious injuries.

       Therefore, the purring sound of a cat should actually be a kind of social performance. Purring can transmit a signal to tell the other party about his current state. When he is suffering from pain, purring is a kind of signal to ask for help and let the other party know that he needs help.

       Snoring indicates that you are relaxed and in a stable environment when you are stroked or milked by your host.

       The mother cat and her cubs can also transmit their own state by snoring. When the kittens are one week old, they have already made a slight purring sound. The sound they make when sucking milk is to show the mother that they are drinking milk well and everything is going well.

       The mother cat also purrs to tell her children that she is all right and that she is in control. The kittens should eat well. The initial snoring is one of the manifestations of establishing parent-child relationship between the mother cat and her cubs.

       In fact, it’s not only cats that purr, but also tigers, close relatives of cats.

       However, there is an obvious difference between the cat’s snoring and the tiger’s. The Cat’s snoring is “two-way snoring”, while the tiger’s is “one-way snoring”.

       When a tiger greets its companion or breeder to convey a friendly signal, it is indicated by a “hum” sound,

       The sound is only made when you exhale, but not when you inhale.

       While the cat will snore when breathing, breathing will not affect the cat’s snoring. From this point of view, our meow master is better than the king of beasts.

       It’s the sound of a cat’s vocal cords shaking

       In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr.

       At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people.

       In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       When the cat lies beside its owner and sleeps or is intimate with you, you can often hear it purr continuously.

       Most people mistakenly think it’s a cat snoring when it’s sleeping. It’s actually purring. From a medical point of view, the skeleton of cat throat is composed of thyroid cartilage and cricoid cartilage. The upper part of the larynx is the vestibule. The cavity between the false and true vocal cords is the second part of the laryngeal cavity. The third part is the cavity between vocal cord and cartilage ring, which is very narrow. A cat’s purr is a kind of falsetto that vibrates and resonates through the throat cavity. In fact, cats do not sleep when they snore. Cats do not snore when they play, when they are nervous and when they are really asleep. Only when the cat is satisfied, or lies in the owner’s arms relaxed and happy spirit, will it emit a light purr. At this point, adult cats and Persian cats are more prominent, while kittens generally seldom snore. Persian cats snore because of their short nasal passages, while adult cats purr because they know how to enjoy feline life and how to care and be intimate with people. In addition, if the kitten or the big cat purrs incessantly under any circumstances, it may be respiratory tract infection virus, which must not be ignored.

       It is said that cats snore to show that they are close to people. I carefully observed the two cats in my family and the two cats in foster care. I found this conclusion very problematic.

       The meaning of a cat snoring is actually to eat milk, or step on milk.

       Evidence 1: cats who have the habit of stepping on milk do not snore alone. Once they snore, they immediately start to step on milk.

       My Dami is two and a half months old. Half a month later, I began to step on the milk. I like my legs. When he first came, he couldn’t step on his milk and snored when he touched it. Later, I used to step on the milk and snored when I stepped on the milk. At this point, touch it again, snore, and immediately rub against my legs, to step on the milk. Since the virgin stepped on it, it has not happened to snore and not step on milk.

       Conclusion 1: snoring and stepping on milk are the same thing for the cat who is used to stepping on milk.

       Evidence 2: cats who don’t have the habit of stepping on milk will snore alone.

       My Ermi is 40 days old. Maybe it’s because big cat is there. It never wants to step on my leg. It always goes under my stomach to find the feeling of a female cat. Dami is disgusted, so he kicks with his hind legs. After kicking several times, I found that Da Mi had been licked wet. When I touch Ermi, of course, it snores, but it doesn’t step on milk.

       Conclusion 2: Snoring means t

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