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Usually that means that it's happy. My cat does that when he's happy. Also he will lick my hand and rub his head against me.
Don't rub my leg, it hurts. If you rub the cat around her back, she will begin to purr. You don't have to rub it in.
When cats scratch them self or rub on something they are leaving their scent to show that it is their property.
Yes, they rub their scent glands on you, which in cat lingo means " I own you". Yes, they rub their scent glands on you, which in cat lingo means " I own you".
They are either showing affection or trying to rub their scent on you to show "ownership"
rub the bird with bbq rub and let it cook for a littel then put bbq sause on it and eat
Take a dry cloth spray deodriant onto it , rub and dab the seat
A good way to relax a cat is to rub it. When the cat starts to lay down and is purrying you know it is relaxed. =)
Cats rub against things because they are spreading their scent to mark their territory. They also rub against you to mark you as "their" human!
"To rub one out", it means to masturbate.
you move your hand up and down you doe doe bird!
My cat likes to have me rub his belly and between his shoulder blades. He likes me to scratch his cheeks too.
You rub him/her along its back and give them kisses.
The cat is "marking" you with it's scent, especially if you were near another cat or dog.
You can rub its belly probably or you can give it a ball of yarn.