Even an aloof cat may occasionally lick a human's arm, leg, or face. 


Why do cats lick? Is it affectionate or simply hungry?


Anyone who's watched a cat knows they constantly lick themselves.


Domestic cats (Felis catus) spend up to a quarter of their waking hours grooming


Cats lick themselves to keep their coats clean and healthy


Cats comb their fur with backward-facing spines on their mouths.


These spines, called papillae, are formed of keratin, like hair and claws


Self-grooming is vital for cats' fur health.


Hooklike spines act like Velcro: According to research presented at the 2016 annual conference of the American Physical Society's Division

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