Take two cats at bedtime

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Take two cats at bedtime

Postby Ian Pegler » Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:23 am

from the blog of Lynne McTaggart...

Take two cats at bedtime

Every so often, I trip across yet more evidence about the extraordinarily holistic grand design of our world. Today that astounding little factoid had to do with why exactly cats purr.


CLICK HERE to read the blog.

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Re: Take two cats at bedtime

Postby Helen-Healing » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:12 pm

'Unable to connect' to that link, Ian.
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Re: Take two cats at bedtime

Postby Ian Pegler » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:20 pm

Looks like her website's down.

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Re: Take two cats at bedtime

Postby Helen-Healing » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:45 am

It's up again now!

Interesting stuff! When I had cats years ago, I also used to notice they purred at times when they didn't seem to be at all happy! Childbirth (or kittenbirth!) was one of those times.

Talking about animal acoustical sounds....I talk to my dog a lot (that's what happens when you live alone! :mrgreen: ) and he has started to 'talk' back at me! When he really needs to tell me something, he sits & looks at me intently, and makes the most curious continuous sounds that range from a grumble to - almost - recognisable words!! Now I just have to learn how to translate them! Sometimes it means he's hungry & other times he needs to go out for a walk (he won't poo in the garden, he does it while out & about.)
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