Cats purr because they are content, or ill, or while giving birth.
Scientists are still unsure as to WHY cats actually purr. We all now that cats seem to purr when they are happy and content. However, they also purr when they are in a traumatic or painful situation. Scientists believe that the pitch of a cats purr may actually have healing powers, which may be why they may purr when they are also in pain. Scientists are still also unsure of how cats purr.
It is theorized that cats purr to bond with their offspring. The kittens later purr when they are in a calm state. It is theorized that cats purr in times of stress and pain in an effort to calm down and remember times of calm.
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