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    Does your kitten/cat knead you? Mine does. Is your cat/kitten pretty vocal all the time? Mine is. She follows me around, meowing and making some other type of noise at me.
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    mhm. one of my cats alwyas finds it necessary to knead everything in sight.lol. and you can literally hear him purring from across the room..
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    Mine does...my sister calls it "making biscuits"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chels View Post
    Mine does...my sister calls it "making biscuits"



    Seriously, this kitten is like ALL up in my bubble ALL the time wanting attention. Which is fine, usually, but when i'm SOSing, i'd like to have my bubble unpenetrated.
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    haha my cats do that too! one of them always kneads on me, the other usually does it to blankets.. she's a noisy one too, she's always talking if you talk to her she'll meow back at you


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    my cat is weird about that too, he also follows me around the house making this strange chattering/gurgle noise...I've heard it's something to do with when they were kittens and they did that to the momma to get milk from her nipples
    but I really don't know how much truth that holds

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    gigi kneads blankets. we call it "perving"
    gigi talks to us when she wants treats or when she gets confused (she's not the brightest, sometimes she gets lost in the house)
    charlie talks to us randomly. i think he's telling stories
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    We call it making muffins. And my cat LOVES this blankey we got for Xmas, and if she gets anywhere near it she starts kneading. And she talks all freaking day long. She yells at me too. Bish.
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    Mine kneads like crazy, especially my head, but she only mews a lot when she's trying to wake me up and demand something. The rest of the time, she's snoring 'cos she's sleepy.
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    It supposedly means they are content
    My old Maine Coon used to do it all the time. She was so precious, she would walk around the house talking too

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