Why Cats are Scared

If there’s one thing all people know about cats, it’s that they gurgle but, why do cats gurgle? Many people believe that they do it when they are comfortable and happy.

However, cats also use grain to communicate other situations to other cats and to us.

Due to the great advances in animal welfare, society is more focused on understanding how animals convey their emotions. In fact, cats generate a lot of curiosity among the scientific community. Nothing surprising since they have been living with humans for over 10,000 years and are currently one of the most popular pets in the world.

Of all the carnivores they have the largest repertoire of vocals, this may be due to their social organization, nocturnal activity and the long period of contact the mother has with the young.

How do they produce the grain?
It is produced using neural impulses that act on the throat muscles and cause it to vibrate at 25 to 150 vibrations per second. Therefore when the cat inhales and exhales air, the glottis opens and closes, thus forming the grain.

Why are cats scared?

Kittens gargle after two days of life, usually when they are breastfeeding. This is the main form of communication with the mother. The cat before the young hatch, and after they are born, it is believed that the grain is used to guide the puppies to their position. This is a bit reciprocal, as the kittens are gurgling to indicate to the mother how they are doing.

In the case of adult cats, they usually gurgle when happy, regardless of whether they are alone or accompanied. If they are in a state of anxiety or in front of a dominant cat, they use it to try to appease him, they can gargle harder and in a more tense body position to calm the tension.

In fact, according to studies, they also use snoring to get owners to respond to your demand. In this specific case, it was found that together with the grain they emit a sound at a frequency similar to that of the crying of human babies. Suppose it activates the “maternal instinct” of the owner, who responds by giving him what he asks for, whether it is attention, food, play, etc.

Another strange fact is that they use the grain for healing purposes. Frequencies that are between 24 and 150 vibrations per minute trigger mechanical stimuli in writing, this affects the bone’s metabolism, creates new bone cells, which causes the bone tissue to regenerate and repair. This is a rather strange mechanism, since in the case of dogs they achieve the same benefits when walking or running. However, cats have adapted it to their “sitting” lifestyle.

Another use of gargling is to strengthen muscles and repair tendons, as well as relieve breathing and reduce pain or swelling.

Why are there cats that do not gnaw?
Some owners are shocked when their cat does not gurgle and the first thing that comes to mind is that their cat is not happy. It has nothing to do with it, it’s precisely because of a social factor of a cat, some cats are more “talkative” and gurgling more than others. If they are because they are more sociable and others more introverted. Therefore, you should not be alarmed that your cat does not gurgle if he does so very little. But if he tends to gargle frequently and stops doing so, it is advisable to pay attention to him.

My cat is gurgling, and a lion is gurgling?
Not all cats gargle. In the case of small cats like cats, blinks and cougars, the hyoid bone at the base of the tongue is heroic and stiff, so when the throat vibrates it allows them to itch. On the other hand, in large cats like lions, tigers and tigers, the hyoid bone is not completely fossilized and is attached to the skull via an elastic band. So they can not gargle but they can roar, which our little cat can not.

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Kittens gargle after two days of life, usually when they are breastfeeding. This is the main form of communication with the mother. The cat before the young hatch, and after they are born, it is believed that the grain is used to guide the puppies to their position. This is a bit reciprocal, as the kittens are gurgling to indicate to the mother how they are doing.

In the case of adult cats, they usually gurgle when happy, regardless of whether they are alone or accompanied. If they are in a state of anxiety or in front of a dominant cat, they use it to try to appease him, they can gargle harder and in a more tense body position to calm the tension.

In fact, according to studies, they also use snoring to get owners to respond to your demand. In this specific case, it was found that together with the grain they emit a sound at a frequency similar to that of the crying of human babies. Suppose it activates the “maternal instinct” of the owner, who responds by giving him what he asks for, whether it is attention, food, play, etc.

Another strange fact is that they use the grain for healing purposes. Frequencies that are between 24 and 150 vibrations per minute trigger mechanical stimuli in writing, this affects the bone’s metabolism, creates new bone cells, which causes the bone tissue to regenerate and repair. This is a rather strange mechanism, since in the case of dogs they achieve the same benefits when walking or running. However, cats have adapted it to their “sitting” lifestyle.

Another use of gargling is to strengthen muscles and repair tendons, as well as relieve breathing and reduce pain or swelling.

Why are there cats that do not gnaw?
Some owners are shocked when their cat does not gurgle and the first thing that comes to mind is that their cat is not happy. It has nothing to do with it, it’s precisely because of a social factor of a cat, some cats are more “talkative” and gurgling more than others. If they are because they are more sociable and others more introverted. Therefore, you should not be alarmed that your cat does not gurgle if he does so very little. But if he tends to gargle frequently and stops doing so, it is advisable to pay attention to him.

My cat is gurgling, and a lion is gurgling?
Not all cats gargle. In the case of small cats like cats, blinks and cougars, the hyoid bone at the base of the tongue is heroic and stiff, so when the throat vibrates it allows them to itch. On the other hand, in large cats like lions, tigers and tigers, the hyoid bone is not completely fossilized and is attached to the skull via an elastic band. So they can not gargle but they can roar, which our little cat can not.

 

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If there's one thing all people know about cats, it's that they gurgle but, why do cats gurgle? Many people believe that they do it when they are comfortable and happy.

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