Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Estate Planning Purring Alert

Researchers in London have discovered that cats have what they call a "soliciting purr" to overpower their owners and get attention and food (and influence your will?). It's not regular purring; rather, it sort of incorporates a similar frequency to a human baby cry.

The team believes that cats have tapped into a human bias to respond to a sound they cannot ignore.

Is your cat plotting to kill you?


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