Many people assume that cats lick them as a sign of love which isn't really that far off. While it's hard to determine if cats feel complex emotions like love, licking is a sign of affection. Cats usually lick themselves in order to groom. However, cats will also lick each other as a sign of affection. In the same way that you show affection to your cat by petting it, your cat may attempt to return the favor by licking you. Kittens especially will use licking as a way to ease anxiety the way a human might use hugs.
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Our fondness for funny cats and their idolization in popular culture far precedes the internet - humans have been lovingly sharing cat drawings since the days of Ancient Egypt. Usually, we prefer to admire cats being cute, funny, or majestic. However, there appears to be one period in human history when we enjoyed creating images of them doing something else entirely - licking their butts.
Cats are colony animals. This doesn't mean they're against taxation without representation -- rather, it means they naturally form groups with complex communication between individuals. The most obvious reason your male cat is licking your female one is simply that they like one another. We often think of cats as aloof and solitary, but they're a bit more complicated than "Man's weird reclusive roommate who poops in a box. In zoologist-speak, cats form aggregations, meaning they come together for mutual protection.
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