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  1. Arti says:

    Cats lick their owners’ hair for the same reasons they groom their owners. Aside from grooming each other on the neck and head, you may frequently observe cats licking each others’ privates. Despite the hypothesis that grooming is their way of redirecting aggression, it’s rare for cats to fight after grooming. You may notice your cat biting itself while grooming. It’s either their way of showing affection or their expression of stress and anxiety. This usually means that it’s trying to remove a fewthing from its fur. When you see cats fight after grooming, they may not actually be fighting.

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