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Synonyms for purr

a low vibrating sound typical of a contented cat

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make a soft swishing sound

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indicate pleasure by purring

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"Her purr is as loud as a vacuum cleaner or a hair dryer "A vet has checked her and there is no reason why she purrs so loud.
In the meantime, if you are lucky enough to have a cat or two curl up next to you and purr, they are sharing the feline brand of vibrational healing.
Auto insurance, for example, is a must-have for anyone with a car, while life insurance is more of an option that really needs to be sold to the customer, Purr says.
And the mystical sacred and artistic Babalu, watching from the memories of Edmundo's mind, was proud of him and started to purr and Edmundo's regret vanished.
Hospitals must engage in both retrospective approaches (PURR, physician profiles) and preventive and concurrent strategies (FIRM, WARR) in order to achieve optimal results.
Kitties are known to purr, meow, saunter with eclectic style.
Beneath the fleeting roar of outraged public opinion, the pro-porn, pro-pedophile propagandists purr that Sharpe's case is about basic freedom of expression, not the exploitation of children.
Why do cats purr? Purring may be one way cats communicate--with each other and their human friends.
Does the cat purr because it is being stroked or is it that the cat purrs as it is being stroked and it is being stroked because it is purring?
"Purr, purr, purr," said the smoky-gray cat, winding between everyone's feet.
'May he purr forever in your heart,' one Reddit user said.
She has a wonderful purr, loves to be petted and, in the right environment, has the potential to become a great lap cat for a very special person.
@carlmaxim: Call the Queen now on her premium Queen now on her premium rate number and she will rate number and she will purr down the line at you purr down the line at you too, then tell you all about too, then tell you all about her "royal prerogative".
This then causes the vocal cords to separate, causing the purr when the cat breathes in and out.
Cats can purr to express pain or fear in addition to expressing pleasure.