Cats' purring frequency has been proven to positively affect human health

Cats’ purring frequency has been proven to positively affect human health

Jul 18, 2013

Just in case you needed more evidence to support the fact that cats are pretty goddamn awesome, this infographic explains the amazing benefits of a cat’s purring.

From a decreased risk of heart attack to help in healing broken bones, the frequency of a cat’s purr has been proven to help improve the health of cat owners everywhere.

No word yet as to the effects of a cat’s claws and/or hissing, or even when a cat ignores you despite your every attempt to make it love you, but hopefully that infographic is forthcoming.

Main photo from lovemeow.com

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