|Subject: Re: Cat (and Kat) stuff|
|From: firstname.lastname@example.org (DJ Clawson)|
|Date: 9/25/1996 7:43 PM|
I either read or heard somewhere that cats will purr when they want attention, meaning that a purring cat doesn't necessarily mean that it's contented (cats will sometimes purr if they're in extreme pain).
I imagine that the younger kats--toddler kittens, beneath speaking age--probably purr more often then adults, for no other reason than it seems to fit. Dr. Jake Clawson (email@example.com) (XXRJ13C@prodigy.com)