Cats spend half their day grooming themselves and the other half of their time sleeping and doing nothing of significance, which makes them just as useless as most super models. However, you may have a cat that not only spends its time grooming itself, but may also try grooming you.

In most cases, this isn’t a reflection of your own grooming habits. Instead, cats tend to groom humans as a sign of affection, which goes further than most instances of total disdain towards humans that many cats exhibit. The next time your cat tries grooming you, you can accept this show of affection and enjoy an animal’s saliva in your hair, or you can kindly walk away and discourage this behavior. Whatever choice you make, your cat probably still loves you just as long as you keep feeding it everyday.

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