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Animals, Family, and Fucking: mklutz tumbl Follow deedo2313 kittykat8311 What does my cat think when I kiss his little head? Does he know it's affection or does he think I'm trying to eat him valkurion-transverse These questions are totes why I follow you, top quality content right here kittykat8311 It's important! spideryspiderygoodness Well it depends. Do you try to put ketchup on him before kissing his head, that would change things :P kittykat8311 Yes. I put ketchup on my cat before I kiss his head steampunkette Fun bit of info! Kitties rub their heads against their chosen people as a method of scent marking, but not of ownership. Instead, they're getting their scent on you because they know that you're a family, but you smell "Funny" compared to them. They're trying to make you smell like their family If your cat allows you to kiss their little head, it's because they're accepting - your- scent, and being part of your family Ketchup included kittykat8311 This is a good note, thank you rutabegaville This why they boop you. :) mouseymoon Fact: In animals that have communal grooming as part of their behavior, sticking your face in their face for kisses/boops doesn't bother them at all because they know you're not going to eat them. But, with frogs (and other animals you shouldn't be putting your mouth on) that do not have communal grooming there's a high chance their first reaction will be "plz don't eat me" before realizing you do not mean them any harm Also; if you accidentally step on a cat or a dog, or accidentally pinch/hurt a smaller pet and after they squeak or yelp you start petting them and trying to reassure the animal that you weren't trying to hurt them they'll understand that. Puppies and kittens get a little too rough with their play, but when a litter-mate ends up squeaking because they got hurt the puppy or kitten will stop playing so roughly and switch to kisses/licks as a way to apologize before they go back to playing When humans act the same way, and do not hurt them again it registers as "oh that wasn't on purpose" and the animal quickly forgives you It's the animal equivalent of "Don't tell Mom!" kittykat8311 This is also good to know, thank you! laurlaurrdraws Thank fucking god a-magpie-witchling THANK FUCKING GOD Source:kittykat83 11 #1 am so relieved #animals 133,043 notes The science behind pet kisses
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Animals, Family, and Fucking: mklutz tumbl Follow deedo2313 kittykat8311 What does my cat think when I kiss his little head? Does he know it's affection or does he think I'm trying to eat him valkurion-transverse These questions are totes why I follow you, top quality content right here kittykat8311 It's important! spideryspiderygoodness Well it depends. Do you try to put ketchup on him before kissing his head, that would change things :P kittykat8311 Yes. I put ketchup on my cat before I kiss his head steampunkette Fun bit of info! Kitties rub their heads against their chosen people as a method of scent marking, but not of ownership. Instead, they're getting their scent on you because they know that you're a family, but you smell "Funny" compared to them. They're trying to make you smell like their family If your cat allows you to kiss their little head, it's because they're accepting - your- scent, and being part of your family Ketchup included kittykat8311 This is a good note, thank you rutabegaville This why they boop you. :) mouseymoon Fact: In animals that have communal grooming as part of their behavior, sticking your face in their face for kisses/boops doesn't bother them at all because they know you're not going to eat them. But, with frogs (and other animals you shouldn't be putting your mouth on) that do not have communal grooming there's a high chance their first reaction will be "plz don't eat me" before realizing you do not mean them any harm Also; if you accidentally step on a cat or a dog, or accidentally pinch/hurt a smaller pet and after they squeak or yelp you start petting them and trying to reassure the animal that you weren't trying to hurt them they'll understand that. Puppies and kittens get a little too rough with their play, but when a litter-mate ends up squeaking because they got hurt the puppy or kitten will stop playing so roughly and switch to kisses/licks as a way to apologize before they go back to playing When humans act the same way, and do not hurt them again it registers as "oh that wasn't on purpose" and the animal quickly forgives you It's the animal equivalent of "Don't tell Mom!" kittykat8311 This is also good to know, thank you! laurlaurrdraws Thank fucking god a-magpie-witchling THANK FUCKING GOD Source:kittykat83 11 #1 am so relieved #animals 133,043 notes The science behind pet kisses
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