Cat rolling on dirt what it indicates

All of us sometimes might have seen that the cats are rolling on the dirty, muddy places. This is because in summer days the cats are like to enjoy rolling on the dirt. This behavior of the cat known as "dust bathing". Actually cats feels better by the dust bathing it is like the massage to their body which can relax them, stretching their body in various positions is one kind of the exercise which they like to do while rolling. The rolling can also removes loose hair from their body. Generally cats are very sanitized to the heat in summer days as they feel their body temperature rises for maintaining their body temperatures also they might have roll on the dirt. After having dust bathing cats used to clean their body with the help of their palms and tongue. and remove the all dirt from their body as the cat is one of the very cleanliness loving pet. if we noticed our daily routine of the pet cats we noticed that after having abundant sleep they enjoys rolling in dust for some time stretching their four legs and body and then clean their soft hairs with the tongue. This is actually little bit similar to the human behavior like humans they start their day with dust bathing along with some exercise to the body parts to relax them and I think cats have pleasure on rolling in dust, like a humans before going to sleep they enjoys rolling on the bed and relaxing their body.

 

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