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Cats display quirky and amusing behaviours that leave us puzzled. A feline may head press or bump against our face or crown to communicate reassurance and friendliness and deposit scent. Yet, it is abnormal when your cat presses its head against walls or inanimate objects for no apparent reason.

This article written for Cats.com discusses possible causes of cat head pressing and how carers should respond when their feline compulsively pushes their head on objects.

 

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