Purr sentence example

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  • It didn't purr like a cat but growled.
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  • There was no other purr aside from the constant, low hum similar to the hum surrounding electric wires.
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  • She liked to feel the cat purr; and if by chance she felt a dog in the act of barking, she showed great pleasure.
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  • His purr was husky.
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  • She packed a serious punch, despite the purr of a 1940s pinup model.
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  • When caressed pumas purr like domestic cats.
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  • The low purr was firm.
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  • I was pleased with anything that made a noise and liked to feel the cat purr and the dog bark.
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  • The quiet purr that only emerged when they were alone rumbled gently in his chest.
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  • The kitten pushed her head into Destiny's hand and began a loud purr.
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  • So where should the full-figured gal who likes to purr every now and then shop when she wants the latest animal print lingerie styles?
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  • Do cats purr because they are happy, to soothe themselves in a crisis or for some other reason?
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  • There are many theories about why cats purr.
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  • Studies have shown that cats purr under many different conditions, from a cat nursing her litter to cats that are near death.
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  • It is believed that they purr to communicate with their mother that all is well.
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  • This may explain why they still knead and purr at the same time when they are happy as older cats.
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  • Sometimes the cats may purr very loudly while other times they may purr softly.
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  • Occasionally, a content cat may even purr and make other noises at the same time, such as making trilling or snorting noises.
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  • Despite all of the research done by scientists and behaviorists, no one really knows why cats purr.
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  • One thing you can assume is that feline friends seem to purr a lot when they get what they need from their caregivers.
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  • They will usually purr when brushed, when held and petted them and even at the sight of a tuna can.
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  • Many cat owners find themselves wondering, "What makes cats purr?"
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  • It is not unusual for a cat to sit on her owner's lap and purr deeply when petted.
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  • For example, the exact mechanism of the purr is still difficult to isolate.
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  • A cat will purr as he inhales and exhales without any break in the purr.
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  • This means that cats actively choose when and where to purr.
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  • Cats tend to purr when they are in a relaxed environment where their security remains unquestioned.
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  • Cats may also purr vociferously when they are kneading a carpet or a play area.
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  • Most cats will not purr unless there is contact with an external source.
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  • Regardless of what makes cats purr, most pet owners find purring is a positive quality in their cat.
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  • The therapeutic effect of purring may be what allows a cat to purr.
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  • The question then becomes which features of feline biology allow cats to purr?
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  • The interaction between these three components causes a cat to purr.
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  • A look at the anatomy of a cat is the first step in discovering what allows a cat to purr.
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  • The interesting thing about purring is that different cats may purr the same in similar situations.
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  • Domestic cats are unique in their ability to purr.
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  • The hamsters purr, squeak and make other soft sounds as they are petted.
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  • "Our agreement was for helping you clean house," she reminded him in a calm purr.
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  • They are the only ones, Darkyn's growl was unusually soft, almost a purr.
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  • The growl faded to a purr.
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  • His growl turned to a purr.
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  • "Drink," he ordered in the low purr.
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  • If his sudden stillness wasn't a warning, his purr turned to a low, lethal growl.
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  • Cynthia reached over to stroke Mrs. Lincoln as the cat began adding a steady purr to the conversation.
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  • Her voice had lowered into a husky purr.
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  • The off-side was lined with large trees, the purr of the engine was the only sound, the twin headlights piercing the darkness.
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  • I longed to reach through the bars and sink my fingers into the fur and to hear a purr.
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  • The male has a high pitched whistle while the female has a lower purr.
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  • We will miss you scratching at the window to come in and your loud purr when held and stroked.
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  • Most animals make noises: cows go ' moo ', cats purr, etc. Ants make noises too.
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  • I 'm very good and keep my claws retracted and purr loudly when a fuss is made of me.
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  • If I'm sitting down, she will get up in my lap and purr.
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  • All cats purr, from the small domestic cat to the "King of the Jungle" lions, but despite all of the research, the question still remains: why do cats purr?
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  • One theory about cat purring sounds is that mother cats purr so that their blind and deaf kittens can find them to nurse.
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  • Content cats seem to purr especially when they are being petted by humans or groomed by another cat.
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  • An ill cat will purr when being examined by a vet even when they are getting shots or having blood drawn.
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  • However, other cats have been heard to purr as well including those of the Panthera genus that includes lions, tigers, leopards and jaguars.
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  • Many scientists assume that they purr for certain reasons, such as to communicate happiness with each other, to indicate pain and to let others know that they aren't a threat.
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  • It's generally accepted that cats create the purring noise through a series of vibrations in their throat, although there is no actual organ that has been singled out as the "thing that makes cats purr."
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  • No matter what the reason, a purr in most situations lets you know that your cat is happy, and that everything is all right in her little corner of the world.
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  • The kitten may begin to purr and be more playful.
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  • Hence, cats will usually purr when they are being stroked or are lost in some ineffable trance as they busily tear apart a bedspread.
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  • Although purring is most common when a cat is relaxed and stationary, some pet owners report that their cat will purr when walking.
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  • The fact that kittens can purr even when only a few days old suggests that purring is instinctive behavior and may provide other benefits for cats.
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  • A 2006 paper presented in the proceedings from the 12th International Conference on Low Frequency Noise and Vibration and its Control reported that cats purr as a natural healing mechanism.
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  • For example, cats meow when exhaling and will purr when both inhaling and exhaling, and this gives each vocalization its own unique sound.
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  • Written by David Gerrold, it introduces the impossibly cute, yet annoyingly voracious Tribbles, balls of fluff that purr, eat and reproduce.
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  • You don't have to attend a convention to show your respect for the Federation, although you're certainly welcome to do so, just try a tribble purr or some other alien critter speak.
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  • The low purr in his chest was audible.
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  • "Even has a sexy little purr," Kin said, lust crossing his features.
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  • Evelyn stood in the dark grey room of the spaceship with its cozy, dim lighting and the soft purr of hidden machines.
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  • She even commenced to purr, as if to say, Get on with it, you jerk.
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