Cats are a very love or hate animal. While half of society embraces their companionship with opened arms, the other half dismisses them as mere peeing and eating machines, spreading cat-hair and household dread. However, I’ve often found that, with the help of a cat with big enough eyes and devout affection, even the most stubborn cat-haters will change their perspective. Why is this? Probably because it’s impossible to deny the purring fuzz-ball of radiating joy in your lap. But deeper than this, on a vibrational level, this may be due to the surprising healing-effects that a cat’s purr has on humans—both physical and mental.
If you get close enough, a cat’s purr falls within a specific vibrational range that produces the following healing effects on humans: