• Some do and some dont. Cats sense of smell is 40 times more sensitive than ours so they might not like the smell of our breath. Some cats are scared of a big head coming toward their face. Some cats ears are sensitive to the sounds of lips making squeaking kissing sounds and it scares them. Try making no sounds and kissing top of head or side of face or neck. Otherwise its loving hugs.
  • Cats mostly like to think they are still kittens, and maybe you can act the part of parent.
  • So are you a cat kisser? Lol
  • I've had (or been around) cats all my life. There are two sorts. Them that love you, and them that use you. The former think you can do no wrong, and can walk on water and fart perfume! These cats have no problem with being kissed, hugged, picked up, held, etc. Then there are the other sort. Them that use you are like many women...they want the maximum benefit from the least amount of effort. These cats want what they want, and nothing else. Mostly it's food. Some want a safe crashpad where they can sleep all day, then prowl outside all night, or vice versa. They don't care what you want. It's all about them, so no kisses and all that jive.
  • Every cat is different. Some cats enjoy being kissed, others will not.
  • Why are you going around trying to kiss cats? Do you know where they've been?! Anyway, dogs are highly social. Derived from wolves, who live almost every moment of their lives in groups, it makes them more intimately attached to their family groups. Cats in the wild live in a weird situation that's like social solitary lifestyle. They spend much of their time on their own, but still live in groups some of the time for various reasons, like to stay warm, to hunt larger prey, or sometimes just to do nothing whilst discouraging larger predators from approaching. So cats are far less social than dogs, but still can become reliant on their humans. They're just different.

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