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[Video] Why Your Cat Purrs

By Dr. Andrew Jones


Hello fellow viewers, listeners and readers..

Just WHY does your cat purr?

Yes there is the obvious..such as being especially happy, but then there is the less obvious, such as speeding up healing, and getting what she wants.


Then you should watch my latest video…stay tuned for the unedited clip at the end to see what *really* happens behind the camera 🙂

To keep your cat purring, and experience all those wonderful benefits, I suggest that you provide a daily supplement.

My supplement contains a wide array of beneficial nutrients shown to help the most common cat health problems.

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Topics: Cat Care | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “[Video] Why Your Cat Purrs”

  1. Avatar Gale Says:
    March 17th, 2015 at 9:28 am

    My Ragdoll Diva purrs very softly but frequently. She purrs as she does our daily routine with the dogs where everyone rings a bell, gives me 5, gives a paw (Diva gives both), goes down, stays and are released to get the treat in front of them.
    I don’t need cat grass as Diva prefers the Lima beans we use in the morning, the green beans in the afternoon and the turnip in the evening, and at night for the roll overs she gives me on the bed, she gets her peas.

    She will be 6 soon, and is a hilarious cat who knows she is a dog. In fact, she will smell dogs bums as they arrive for classes.

  2. Avatar Pam Tacoma Says:
    March 17th, 2015 at 10:07 am

    Odd you should mention Baby crying. – Whenever my cats hear a baby crying, on a TV show, or an internet vid, my cats react, as if they know something is amiss, or someone is in distress. – They were throwaways at 8 weeks on my doorstep, & I don’t have kids.

  3. Avatar Florence Baribeau Says:
    March 17th, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    Good day Dr.

    Thank you to sharing why cats purrs, that was quite interesting. Now I know which cats do purrs and the ones that don’t.

    At the end of your video you treated your cat with grass. I wonder if we can give grass to our dogs too in the winter? When I walk my dog in the summer she always eat grass. I’m very curious why and how it helps them. I hear so many different answers and to finally know why would be great.

    Please consider a video on the subject, I’m sure others would like to know too.

    Have a great night

  4. Dr. Andrew Jones Dr. Andrew Jones Says:
    March 22nd, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    Hi Florence,

    You can give grass to your cats and dogs year round. It’s a great fiber source, along with many vitamins and minerals they wouldn’t normally get. If you can grown it, then feel free to supplement them with it!

    Dr Andrew


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM