We all love petting our cats and showering them with love. So why do our cats repay us with an unexpected nibble after a play session or brushing goes south? Is there such a thing as giving too much affection?
Whether you call it "baking biscuits," "kneading dough," or "smurgling," all cat owners have witnessed the adorable rhythmic pawing of their feline friends. Why do our cats exhibit this behavior well into adulthood?