Torso, therapy and communication


Torstorso, therapy and communication

The most pleasant and calming state of the cat is when she purr. If we ask ourselves what a cat is like purr, the answer is hard to give. An informed explanation of this subject has not yet found. But, there are some options proposed by those who have studied this phenomenon.

The latest discoveries are the torso, therapy and communication. For the happy cat, the torso are associated with sleep and general well-being. But when the animal is unhappy, the interpretation is different. Torso can be a desperate reaction of the body is trying to cope with an unpleasant situation or disease.

Let’s see what torsos, therapy and communication are all about.

About torsos

Torsos are the most common sound from a cat. Most cat owners believe that this is a clear sign that the cat is happy and satisfied.

  happy cat

But the meanings of this nonverbal language are much more complex. I’ll talk about these later.

A first aspect concerns the production of this sound. So how does the cat torso? It took researchers a long time to find out how the cat manages to make this sound.

Many have said that it occurs in the larynx when the cat is happy and satisfied. But this is not the case. The torso may also indicate a state of stress. But it is also used in breastfeeding, as a soothing sound.

When a cat is in a new room or when there are people in the house that it does not know, it begins to calm down, purring.

Recent studies have also shown that the frequency of cats’ torsos is between 25 and 50 Hz. Exposure to such a frequency stimulates bone healing and growth.

The torso affects not only cats but also the people who live with them. It has shown that at such a frequency of sound, human bone density improves significantly. Thus, theoretic considered to have a similar effect on ultrasound treatments.

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Relaxation or stress?

There are other cases in which the cat is cleaner. Hard nights should know them. That’s because he doesn’t misinterpret the cat’s condition and expression.

All cat lovers know that they turn when they are happy.

  relaxed cat

What many of them do not know, but, is that they resort to this mode of expression when they are seriously injured, when they die or when they give birth.

A mother cat takes care of her kittens, so they know she is close. In turn, the kittens twist in response to their mother’s tenderness. This forms a very strong emotional connection between them.

Older kittens also twist to attract adults to play with.

Instead, some cats may turn to an aggressor, showing that they have no intention of threatening him.

Cats can also purr in cases where they scared.

Healing vibrations

In a happy cat, the torso associated with sleep and general well-being. But the torso can also be a desperate reaction of the body is trying to cope with an unpleasant situation or disease. This phase of recovery, of consolidation, is under the control of the brain through the neuro-vegetative system.

You may have noticed that the sound during the torso is like that of a motorcycle.

Scientists at the Fauna Communications Research Institute in North Carolina, USA, have discovered that the torso of cats is a true natural healing mechanism for the body. So explain in a way the myth that cats have 9 lives.

So the injured cats turn because the torso helps them heal. To strengthen their bones and internal organs.

Also, according to the Organization for the Protection of Animals, Animal Voice, which studies the many ways of communication in the animal world, noted the action of the frequencies emitted by the torso in strengthening fractures and severe osteoarthritis. According to the published results, there was an acceleration of the healing process, the creation of new tissues.

In a word, it seems that these low frequencies have an anabolism action. So, the torso of cats could have a real therapeutic action.

Not coincidentally, researchers at Animal Voice have discovered some statistics from veterinary universities. They indicate that, in the case of injuries of equal severity and equivalent surgery, cats have five times fewer sequels than dogs and regain their full health three times faster.

The torso not only improves bone structure and density, but also muscle endurance. There is a theory that the human skeleton needs stimulation to prevent calcium loss. The ability of cats to spin is their way of acquiring this simulation.

Researchers believe that this discovery could help people a lot. The cat could also introduced in specialized therapy programs. His torso could thus help alleviate many human health problems.

cat vibrations

Cat’s bass

If we analyze the sound spectrum of a purer cat, we can distinguish mainly very low sounds, between 25 and 50 Hz. These are the “bass”, well-known by music composers because they allow them to provoke emotions.

For a long time, however, the torso thought to be a vibration of the larynx. It found that even cats that had a laryngectomy continue to flow. At one point, it hypothesized that this constant sound produced by the diaphragm.

Currently, scientists believe that the torso is the result of blood movements in the vena cava (paired vein, which carries unoxygenated blood from the other veins to the right atrium).

Electrical signals

The torso is a vibration of the blood vessels located in the cat’s chest, say some specialists.

Others claim that the torso formed when nerves send electrical signals that vibrate the vocal cords. The diaphragm acts as a valve, letting air pass over the tails during inspiration and exhalation, creating sound.

It seems that cats turn when they relaxed or when they want to calm down.

Experts say there is no clear reason why a cat is more purple, but it usually does so because it is happy.


The torso is the most common sound emitted by the cat. Most cat owners believe that this is a clear sign that the cat is happy and satisfied. But the meanings of this nonverbal language are much more complex.

In the happy cat, the torso associated with sleep and general well-being. But the torso can also be a desperate reaction of the body is trying to cope with an unpleasant situation or disease.

The cat is badly injured because it helps with healing. To strengthen their bones and internal organs.

If we analyze the sound spectrum of a purer cat, we distinguish especially very serious sounds, between 25 and 50 Hz. These are the “bass”, well-known by music composers because they allow them to provoke emotions.

Besides being a perfect companion for you, don’t forget that your cat helps you maintain your health through her torso.

Feel free to leave me a comment and tell me about your experience with your cat, in terms of the torso. Have you noticed that she has torso for various other reasons, not just when she is happy?

I’m a big cat loving, since the young baby.   My mother was great loving cats, grandmother as well.   My daughter is coming to the end. My daughter loves cats so much that she makes a second faculty: veterinary medicine.   Four generations, what do you think?

You can now learn to communicate directly with your cat.


12 Replies to “Torso, therapy and communication”

  1. Ahh,

    This is a lovely article about the cat’s Torso which I had never heard of it being spoken like this before. I know when I have had cats I just referred to it as purring but now I know better. Is there a direct correlation between cats Torso and looking after their owners if they are unwell? You mention in your article that their vibration changes depending on how they feel. 

    Thank you 

  2. Funny you should post about this. In March I got a kitten from a foster program and over the last month or so we’ve discussed around the house about the kitten purring. As you said, most people believe that purring is a sign of comfort and happiness. I’ve always thought so! In fact, we seem to listen for a purr to determine if our cat is happy. But it is interesting what you said in your article about cats also purring whenever they are distressed. That actually makes sense from things I’ve read. I’ve heard that a cat can be a calming agent for humans and that their purring can actually relax people. One article said that cats can even reduce the chance of heart attack in humans. Purring was one of the main reasons. And now realizing that it is the frequency, the low, low frequency that brings healing to the cat’s own bones, can also bring healing to humans. That’s an awesome thing. 

    Thanks for the article and the info!


  3. Hello there thanks for the review it was really helpful I must say. Cats are one complex and complicated animals that are somehow difficult to train for me. I am not a lover of this animal because they look somehow weird to me. I have once forced myself to actually own one but it turned out really bad. I could not understand it so I had to give it out. I envy those who train cats though

  4. Hey nice article you have there, your thoughts are indeed invaluable. I have learnt a whole lot from this article. I bought my cat few months back, having to know their signs and language has been a difficult task for me. I will be very pleased to learn about the nonverbal language of the cat. Hoping to see more about cats and their language from this page. Warm Regards

  5. Thanks Imelda for the comment. I have several cats. You may know that the cat does only what she wants and when she wants. My advantage is that whenever I need (I have a pain) at least one, but usually more, they sit on the painful place and start to purring. In a short time, my pain passes.

  6. Thank you for your comment Darrin. What you read about a heart attack is very true. It is also valid for stroke. And for many other diseases. Besides the fact that the cat is a wonderful company, it helps you to maintain your health. Take care of your cat.

  7. I remember having cats most of my life. They really are a comfort to life. I appreciated your expertise on their torso sounds and how they can be complex. It makes things more interesting. Also, I find it interesting that cats are used in different therapies to help people. And, I was intrigued on how affectionate cats are to their own. It’s endearing. Thank you for the article!

  8. Thank you for your comment. The cat cannot be trained. She does only what she wants and when she wants. But if you inform yourself and love she, it is a fascinating animal. But you also need a lot of patience to understand she. Her brain is 90% similar to ours. Draw your own conclusion.

  9. Thank you for your comment. You need a lot of patience and gentleness to raise a cat. But she will reward you. You will have unconditional love and many joys. Take care of your cat. On my blog you will find all the necessary information to apply in raising your cat.

  10. This is great information. I had a cat when I was young and I thought that the purring sound was a sound of wellness from the cat. But, I have for ceratin been wrong. The study you refer to, about the frequencies of the torso sounds and its health benefits were totally unknown to me. 

    The turning/twisting behavior and that could be a sign of injury was also new to me. This is important information. Further,  the torso function and the idea to use this in therapeutic treatment is a very good idea. When all these studies point to the health effect of torso it should be explored to the fullest.

    There is a lot of body language going on with animals. We have a dog which is 6 years old. She is just fantastic hoe she is communicating with us through her body language. But it has taken a lot of time for us to understand the body language.

  11. Thanks for the comment Roy. I’m glad you heard the news from my post. Body language says a lot about the animal, but it is completely different in cats and dogs. For example, when the tail moves, the cat expresses anger, the dog expresses joy.

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