Do yourself a favor: rev up your cat’s purr motor. You will both feel great.
It is already well-established fact that having cats or dogs (or bunnies, etc.) in the family is good for your health. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledges it. Many studies have found a variety of health benefits we derive from petting and interacting with companion animals.
But purring in particular? A new study has discovered that purrs aren’t just adorable, they are also therapeutic.
Read more here and check out the infographic.