If Your Cat Is Making Faces At You, Scientists Say You Should Take Notice

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April 21, 2017

Whether you're an avid cat lover or lean more towards their canine counterparts, you have to admit that cats can definitely make some weirdo faces.

If you've ever been around cats for a short amount of time, you definitely understand exactly what I'm talking about.

Some of the most common ones are the deep, wide-eyed stares, the obsessive nose-kicking, the half open tooth-bearing grins.

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What do all of these bizarre facial expressions mean? Should we be paying more attention to them?

Are they of any great significance?

These are all questions that wander in my mind from time to time. Thankfully, I'm not the only one who's had these thoughts.

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Scientists have actually done research on this and have discovered just why cats make some of these bizarre faces.

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