#6. Paws help them communicate
Your cat uses its paws to communicate. Cats scratch objects to mark their territories and give information about themselves to other cats or even other animals. Pheromones are deposited on these scratched surfaces form the scent glands located between the paw pads. It’s like their own personal calling card.
The paw pads on the back feet also have scent glands. You may have noticed that your cat scrapes their kitty litter or the ground after they’ve urinated.
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Awesome pawsome paws. Yes, I admit to having a paw fetish. I love to touch and sometimes et Mickey to open his paws so that I can see and feel inside. I looooove them little paws !!
I have a female orange tabby.. she has so much hair on her paws. And her paws are huge. I was told that she might be part coon. She’s only 6lb right now.. 1 1/2 old.