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  1. Arti says:

    A cat’s tongue is specially adapted to maintain proper hygiene by removing all the dirt that accumulates throughout the day. The researchers argue that allogrooming can be a way for cats to redirect pent-up anger and potential aggression into more acceptable behavior. The study mentioned above might also explain why pets that don’t particularly like each other might start allogrooming one another. Self-grooming for cats happens all day every day for cats. But any pet parent with multiple kitties at home will also occasionally notice their cats licking and grooming each other.

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