Your cat may knead for several reasons.

According to the American Animal Hospital Organization, kneading may be a vestige of a kitten's breastfeeding behaviors.

cats' paws have scent glands that emit pheromones that signal other cats.

Neutering your cat can prevent unwanted pregnancies and extend its life.

If your cat's kneading destroys furniture or clothes or bothers other pets, take action.

Vet-approved pheromone sprays can help your cat knead elsewhere.

Use a kneading blanket on your lap and just let your cat knead you with it.

Never punish kneading. This is natural behavior that should be redirected or distracted.

Wired magazine reports cats may purr to self-soothe when hungry, injured, or afraid

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