My cat, Luna, would do that when agitated. Thank you so much for discussing this! Getting an accurate picture that explains why your cat bites and licks you needs to encompass multiple possible reasons as well. It took me time to put two and two together. As for ignoring it, I got a good chuckle out of that suggestion.
He is far too aggressive at six months old.
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If you're responding by waking up, she's probably doing a pretty good job of training you, as my cat has done with me. If you like the posts on KittyClysm, please take a moment to subscribe to our email newsletter! Tis the season for the Mefi Mall - shop fine products by Mefites! Figured I might as well blog about it. In a typical self-grooming session, a cat will sometimes gently bite his or her fur first, in order to remove something hard to get off or to untangle fur, then lick to finish off the cleaning process.