Lazy Cat Relaxes On The Exercise Machine

NarniaTheMaineCoonPublished: November 14, 2017Updated: November 16, 20173,374 views
Published: November 14, 2017Updated: November 16, 2017

A heartwarming video has emerged of a lazy cat relaxing on the exercising machine and making “air biscuits” in the presence of her owner.

Meet, Narnia, the sweet little cat who loves to sit on her favorite place in the house, the multi-gym, and observe the traffic outside the street through the nearby French window. Watch as this lazy cat is relaxing on the exercising machine and making air biscuits, to show appreciation towards owner. Adorable!

The Maine Coon is one of the largest domesticated breeds of cat. It has a distinctive physical appearance and valuable hunting skills. It is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America, specifically "native" to the state of Maine where it is the official state cat, and it is how the cat got its name.

With regards to the phrase, "making biscuits" is the expression when cats knead, which actually looks as if they are kneading dough to make biscuits. Cats often will purr at the same time as kneading, and even drool in some cases.

Have you experienced that wonderful and yet painful sensation of a cat kneading on your lap, digging his claws unknowingly into your flesh? Even though it hurts, it's an honor that your cat feels comfortable enough to let you share in that special moment of contentment.

Kneading is when a cat flexes and relaxes his front paws over and over again for several minutes. It is a behavior that develops at birth that helps kittens obtain milk from their mother. They push on their mother's soft underside to make the milk flow better. But once a cat is grown, he will still likely perform the kneading process. At that point, it's safe to say that it happens when a cat is extremely content and relaxed, as if he is remembering his happy kittenhood.

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