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Kitten Suckling — Is It a Bad Thing?
What Does It Mean When Your Cat Sucks & Kneads? | Pets - The Nest
Kneading also referred to as making biscuits or the cha cha  is an activity common to all domestic cats whereby, when in a state of ease, they push out and pull in their front paws , often alternating between right and left limbs. Multiple theories exist that explain why cats knead. Kneading may have an origin going back to cats' wild ancestors who had to tread down grass or foliage to make a temporary nest in which to rest. Alternatively, the behavior may be a remnant of a newborn's kneading of the mother's teat to stimulate milk secretion. Many cats purr while kneading. They also purr mostly when newborn, when feeding, or when trying to feed on their mother's teat. The common association between the two behaviors may indicate the origin of kneading as a remnant instinct.
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Whether you are a new or veteran cat parent to a young or old kitty, there is a good chance you have witnessed or experienced kneading. Some cat parents have also noticed their kitties sucking on soft fabrics. Both these behaviors are instinctive and have their roots in kittenhood. Kneading is the act of a cat pressing his paws into a soft surface in an alternating motion. While it is certainly common among cats, not all cats do it.
Feline paw sucking tends to perplex owners, but the activity does have an explanation. It's actually a common behavior among both kittens and adult cats. Cat owners may shake their heads and ask why my cat sucks his paw? There are a number of reasons behind this behavior.