3# Communicating with your kitty kid:
Over the centuries, kitties learned through their relationship with human to make good use out of their sound,s to make people come to their needs.
In a study published in Current Biology in 2009, behaviorists discovered ‘the power of cats’; “make subtle use of one of their most characteristic vocalizations — purring — to solicit food from their human hosts, apparently exploiting sensory biases that humans have for providing care.”
Some could interpret this as kitties manipulating people. But the most logical explanation would be that kitties demanded care and because humans are naturally caregivers this whole situation made sense. However be careful, the key in this relationship is learning how to be a good listener to your lovely kitty kid.