Cats have an extra scent organ called the vomeronasal gland in the roof of their mouth. This special pathway allows scents that are collected in the nose and mouth to be carried to the brain. Nepetalactone is the oil that’s …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Purring is the most common sound cats make yet we know less about it than meowing, hissing, chattering and growling. It is easy to assume that a cat only purrs when they are happy but there are in fact many reasons behind why they purr.