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Purr and sleep

posted Jan 1, 2011, 10:57 AM by Hooi Ping Chee   [ updated Jan 1, 2011, 11:23 AM ]
30 Dec 2010

After Cookie went to bed, Creme has a rare moment of purring on a 'festive' Ikea oven glove. Tis' the season to be purry! Not sure how this glove was transported from the kitchen and ended up on top of my sofa...


I don't know how frequent a domesticated cat purrs but since Creme stayed with us in July, I can recount that she hasn't purred for more than 10 times. Not a very happy cat indeed, and it's very likely due to Cookie. Her purring moments were all without the presence of Cookie.

By the look of it, Creme may not enjoy a long life with us. I read that purring has healing benefits. If she doesn't purr as much and is constantly in fear of Cookie pounding on her, she is one stressed-out cat. Poor Creme. We got to train Cookie not to be jealous of Creme, which is the cause of her pounding on Creme.

Any advice from cat/dog owners are greatly appreciated.

 

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