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The Purr-fect Rub

Cats love to mark their territory, so they rub their scent on doors, table legs and corners. Multiple scent glands on their heads, around their mouths, chins, face, neck and ears enable them to leave their scent behind. This rubbing is called "bunting." It's also a way for cats to pick up other scents and display an affectionate gesture. So when your cat bunts you, he's saying "You're mine."